Emerson House – A boutique condo, just off Mississauga Road
Take a look into you’re future living at Emerson House, a boutique condominium residence expertly crafted for you.
Emerson House – A collection of boutique condominium residences coming to one of Mississauga’s most exclusive neighbourhoods. Experience with fresh eyes the natural escapes of the Credit River, the richness of the Mississauga Road neighbourhood, the architectural heritage, and Emerson House’s expertly crafted suites and amenities.
Emerson House is a mid-rise condominium inspired by the rich heritage of Erindale Village and the iconic Mississauga Road neighbourhood, as well as the tranquil green spaces off the Credit River.
Life here is curated to suit an elegant, examined lifestyle. Country-club-inspired amenities, thoughtfully designed suites and commons, and classic conveniences are all seamlessly incorporated.
This is Erindale’s new landmark. It’s built for those who don’t just care where they live, but how they live.
Emerson House Features
- Balconies with Park & River Views
- In-Suite High Ceilings
- Stainless steel appliances
- Quartz or granite countertops
- Porcelain Flooring in Bathrooms
- Lounge area and Co-working stations
- Modern Fitness Studio
- Luxury Entertaining Spaces
Erindale Village was an early settlement area that eventually expanded to become the city of Mississauga. With urban amenities sprouting up around the lush river valley and spectacular historic homes of Mississauga Road, the village held onto its charismatic charm through the decades.
A unique community
Whether you’re a young professional, a university student, or a long-time area resident, Erindale has something to offer you.
Mississauga is home to Square One Shopping Centre, Canada’s second-largest mall. In addition, a huge selection of premier designer brand stores, home décor, technology, beauty, and health goods. Explore the local markets of Port Credit on the water, or try Dixie Outlet Mall. Moreover, On the weekends, search for your next rare and cherished treasure at the Mississauga Flea Market which hosts a diverse range of vendors from all over the city and beyond.
Wood-fired pizza, pubs, critically acclaimed fine dining, and a wonderfully wide assortment of locally run mom-and-pop shops — it’s just a sampling of the dining options you can enjoy around Mississauga. However, Most cuisines are represented in the city’s dining scene: from Indian to Japanese, to Italian, to Mexican, to Eastern European, and Vietnamese. Whatever your comfort, you’re sure to find it.
Mississauga has a transit system befitting a city of its size. You can get just about anywhere across the GTA with GO Transit’s regular service. The Lakeshore Line has three stations in Mississauga at Long Branch, Port Credit, and Clarkson, running from Union Station to Hamilton and occasionally Niagara. From those stations, you can access all local points of interest — healthcare, schools, shops, and more — with MiWay, which has over 75 routes through the area.
From the massive arcades and attractions of the REC Centre at Square One, to flight simulators, trampoline parks, movie theatres, rock climbing and pool halls, you have plenty of options for an evening or afternoon out. There’s also the area’s historic estates, galleries and gardens to visit, as well as huge swathes of conservation land, parks and trails for you to enjoy.
Top Tier Education
At Emerson House, the internationally renowned Mississauga campus at the University of Toronto is only a few minutes walk away. But the city is also home to dozens of trade colleges and training institutions. In addition, plenty of elementary and secondary schools for young and established families alike.
Treats & Boutiques
Indulge in simpler pleasures at the area’s sweet shops. Lounge in artisanal cafes, fill your belly with childhood comforts at one of the many down-home diners. Or sample some homemade delicacies like crepes or quiche at one of the area’s bakeries.