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Would You Want to Live in a 10-Tower Mississauga Condo Complex Developed By Rogers?

Mississauga is seeing lots of shiny, exciting proposals. Hold your breath, Rogers is getting into the condo game. The Rogers Real Estate Development company, which is privately held, announced plans to build a 10-condo-tower complex billed as “M City” in Mississauga, with the tallest tower measuring in at 51 storeys. First reported by BuzzBuzzHome, the $1.5-billion, 6,000-unit, six-hectare project will be built in […] The post Would You Want to Live in a 10-Tower Mississauga Condo Complex Developed By Rogers? appeared first on Torontoist.
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