With fall on the horizon, so too are beautiful changes in Port Credit. While the weather transitions from dense August heat to a crisp and cool autumn chill, the city returns to its daily buzz. The beginning of September sees an influx of residents who are back from summer holidays or local “stay-cations,” and children are back at school.

One of the most anticipated seasonal events is viewing the brightly coloured autumn foliage, which appears in abundance in Mississauga and makes for a magnificent sight — particularly from the vantage point of a lower penthouse suite at Edenshaw’s TANU Condominiums. Get cozy in one of these beautifully-appointed suites and watch the leaves of the sprawling treetops of Mineola change from verdant green to vibrant hues of red, orange, and golden yellow.


TANU is a 15-storey midrise condominium under construction at 21 Park Street East in Mississauga’s coveted waterfront gem community, Port Credit Village.

The development boasts a contemporary design that blends natural materials and modern architecture to create a warm and sophisticated community of condominiums and townhomes. Designed by IBI Group, the building is characterized by handsome, charcoal-coloured brick cladding, expansive windows and glass balconies accented by contrasting cedar-tone panels in a nod to Port Credit’s natural landscapes.

Interiors by TACT echo the natural materials and elegant colour palettes of the exteriors. Suites feature light-filled living spaces with exquisite features and finishes such as integrated, panelized appliances which lend a seamless cohesion to the kitchens, generously-sized islands and high ceilings.

Suite 2D-N

Although construction is well underway, prospective homebuyers still have the opportunity to purchase one of the few available lower penthouse suites. Suite 2D-N, for example, is a corner suite offering a gracious, open-concept layout with soaring 10-foot ceilings and sweeping views.

The layout consists of 1,705 square feet of interior space and 465 square feet of outdoor living space on its wraparound balcony. A spacious foyer with a walk-in closet welcomes you home with clear sightlines towards the balcony and picturesque views beyond. The hallway to the left leads to a convenient powder room, laundry room and a cozy den or office space.

The second bedroom is tucked away to the right and touts a private three-piece ensuite. Meanwhile, the primary bedroom is on the opposite end of the suite for additional privacy and comes complete with a generous walk-in closet and a spa-inspired ensuite with an oversized glass shower, freestanding soaker tub and dual vanities.


The expansive main living area is ideal for entertaining with its gourmet kitchen and island overlooking a large dining area and living room. The corner unit overlooks the surrounding treetops of Mineola and features stunning views of Mississauga City Centre’s burgeoning skyline, downtown Toronto, and Lake Ontario to the south.

Residents of TANU will have access to the building’s exclusive array of luxury amenities, from a 24-hour concierge to a professionally designed private dining room with a demonstration kitchen. The fitness centre is equipped with state-of-the-art cardio and weight-training equipment, while the movie screening and games lounge is great for weekend get-togethers.

TANU_Outdoor Terrace

The development also includes a sprawling landscaped terrace with barbecues, fire pit and plenty of seating, perfect for entertaining. Other onsite amenities include a pet spa, car wash stall, hotel-appointed guest suite and a business centre with Wi-Fi.

Local amenities are only minutes away from TANU. The residence is walking distance to the Port Credit waterfront, Credit River, countless parks, trails, shops and restaurants, and the Port Credit GO Mobility Hub and Hurontario LRT. Take the GO Train and arrive in downtown Toronto in just 20 minutes.

To learn more about TANU Condos, contact the sales team at 905 990 8268 to book a private appointment.

For more information, please email info@tanucondos.com.

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