A Master-Planned Community in Mississauga
When Square One first opened, it forever changes Mississauga. People flocked to the city, and businesses quickly recognized Square One to be a vital hub. Before long, a strong and lively community had taken hold, making it Ontario’s largest retail, entertainment and fashion destination. Square One has come to define the energy and attitude of the city that has grown up around it.
Residents will enjoy:
- A well-connected and accessible central Mississauga location
- Convenient transit options (Square One Bus Terminal)
- Close proximity to a series of commuter highway networks
- Close to Square One Shopping Centre
- An array of shops, cafes, restaurants, entertainment, and more!
This spring, the vibrant and established lifestyle community will be elevated once again with the introduction of Square One District. This 130-acre master-planned, mixed-use community will offer condominium ownership and rental residences with every imaginable neighbourhood convenience nearby. Discover a new way of life in spaces made for urban living, led by the Condominiums at Square One District – offering you the opportunity to live, work, play, and of course, shop at the centre of it all!
The Square One District is a multi-decade long development plan to transform 130 acres around the Square One Shopping Centre into 18 million square foot master planned mixed-use neighbourhood of the future. Square One District is the largest mixed-use downtown development in Canadian history with approximately 37 towers in total.
Square District Condos Building Profile
Developer: Daniels Corporation & Oxford Properties
Year of Completion: Estimated in 2024
Number of Units approx: 575
Unit Types: Studios – Two Bedroom + Den Suites
Major Intersection: Confederation Pkwy & Rathburn Rd
Address:4220 Living Arts Dr Mississauga, ON L5B 0E6
Building Type: Condominiums
Expected Deposit Structure: $7000 on Signing, Balance to 5% in 30 Days, 5% in 120 Days, 5% in 365 Days & 5% upon Occupancy
35 YEARS & BUILDING STRONG
The Daniels Corporation builds with a passion for creating vibrant communities in every sense of the word.
Daniels looks beyond the bricks and mortar, including social, cultural and economic infrastructures that will create a unique sense of place.
This commitment has been an integral part of Daniels’ corporate philosophy for over 35 years.
Daniels has built more than 30,000 award-winning homes and apartments, within master-planned, mixed-use communities, commercial and retail spaces, and has earned its standing as one of Canada’s largest and pre-eminent builders/developers. Company founder John H. Daniels is a towering figure of the North American real estate industry. In a career that has spanned over 50 years, the former Chairman and CEO of Cadillac Fairview Development Corporation has left an indelible mark on the quality of the places in which people live, work, play, create and shop.
THE DANIELS APPROACH
Led by company President Mitchell Cohen and a creative team of visionary professionals, The Daniels Corporation’s integration of residential and commercial divisions results in a stable turnkey operation, which earns the company a high level of industry and public trust. Daniels plans, designs, develops, builds, and manages all residential and commercial properties inhouse, enabling the ultimate in quality control and streamlined service.
In essence, Daniels is an all-inclusive service provider – a company dedicated to seeing each project through to construction completion and beyond.
INNOVATION IN MASTER PLANNING
Daniels transforms underutilized land into sought-after master-planned communities that include residential, name-brand retail and commercial opportunities. Daniels’ land-use planning is based on the principle of integration into the existing urban fabric, creating neighbourhoods that fit seamlessly into their surroundings, providing a broad customer base of homebuyers, retailers and commercial businesses.
For example, Daniels is partnering with Toronto Community Housing to revitalize 53 of the 69-acre Regent Park in Toronto’s Downtown East, which is being looked at around the world as the gold standard by which challenged urban neighbourhoods can be re-imagined as healthy, sustainable communities.
Daniels also partnered with renowned filmmaker Ivan Reitman to build TIFF Bell Lightbox, an international destination for the world of film. In addition to the iconic home of the Toronto International Film Festival, this mixed-use development includes restaurants, ground floor retail, a commercial parking garage and the 44-storey Festival Tower Residence.
Daniels has also created iconic neighbourhoods throughout the GTA, providing residential, retail and commercial services within their Daniels Waterfront City of the Arts, NY Towers and HighPark Condominium communities in Toronto, as well as Daniels City Centre and Daniels Erin Mills communities in Mississauga.
BUILDING FOR EVERYONE
Dedicated to upholding a “people-first” philosophy, Daniels has long been a champion of affordable rental and ownership housing, and has built 3,600 affordable rental housing units under several government programs. Daniels was the first developer to offer purpose-built rental housing in the Greater Toronto Area in 25 years through its Gateway Rental portfolio.
In partnership with Sun Life Financial, Daniels is currently building a market rental building as part of its Daniels Erin Mills community in Mississauga. Daniels FirstHome™ communities across the GTA provide quality-built residences priced within the reach of first-time buyers, and at selected communities, Daniels is building seniors housing with Amica Mature Lifestyles Inc.
On the commercial end of the spectrum, Daniels creates outstanding business opportunities for national brand companies as well as grassroots not-for-profit organizations. Over the past 35 years, Daniels has embraced financial and hands-on generosity toward a number of charities and non-profit organizations, including Second Harvest, Eva’s Initiatives, Habitat for Humanity, and Covenant House Toronto..
WEAVING ARTS AND CULTURE
INTO THE COMMUNITY FABRIC
Square One District will become a seamless extension of the existing neighbourhood and build upon the sense of community which already thrives among its various local institutions. Living Arts Centre is perhaps the best known of these – a major arts and culture facility which welcomes visitors for theatre, music, craft, and a wide range of community events. Meanwhile, there’s just as much happening outdoors at Celebration Square – the City’s official public open space that hosts live music, festivals, and everything in between.
Long before “green” became an industry buzzword, The Daniels Corporation took a proactive approach to protecting the environment through innovation in its construction techniques. Daniels continues to build for efficiency and environmental sustainability through standards beyond the Ontario Building Code, and in some cases, to LEED Gold certification. Within the Canadian building industry, Daniels is also leading the urban food revolution through trailblazing urban agriculture initiatives that incorporate farmers’ markets and urban allotment gardens into its residential communities.