Red Diamond Corporate Centre in Mississauga to be area’s first LEED Gold office condominium tower


GTA Construction Report staff writer

A new office condominium tower is slated for construction in Mississauga. The Red Diamond Corporate Centre has been designed to be the first LEED Gold office condominium space in the area and the only condominium office tower.

Located on Export Blvd. and fronting Derry Rd., the tower is located in an employment area with a mix of commercial industrial and a large area of undeveloped land and offers easy access to both the 407 and 410 highways. Public transit already serves the area.

Listing broker Joe Giglio from JG Capital Realty Inc., Broker of Record, said the project developer has had great foresight, both in choosing the location and in the development process. “Many developers will try to sell units on spec with the approach that once they have enough sales they will build. In this case the owner has pre-paid all development charges and has permits in place ready to move forward and sales are just beginning.”


He says this model of development inspires greater confidence from financial institutions, an important consideration as the condo is attracting many smaller users/ investors who are interested in the opportunity to own space.

“The demand has been high already. Small businesses and independent service-type professionals have been attracted by the opportunity to buy a small suite, rather than continuing to pay into rent.”

Revised Monte Carlo Elevator Lobby & Corridor Oct 20th

Office spaces may be as small as 1,000 sq. ft. and up to full floors of 16,356 sq. ft.

The six-storey, Class A tower is being constructed on 2.29 acres of land and will include 92,506 sq. ft. of rentable space. One level of underground parking with 110 stalls plus surface parking will provide four stalls per 1,000 sq. ft. of rentable space.

The condominium’s ground floor is expected to house food services and health related services to serve both the building’s occupants and the neighbourhood. The second floor of the tower’s design overlooks the building’s lobby atrium.

Construction is expected to begin in the spring of 2015 with tenant retrofits and move- ins commencing by the summer of 2016.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

I accept the Privacy Policy

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.