ROGERS REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT LIMITED
Rogers Real Estate Development Limited is the owner and developer of M City. The company is part of an affiliated group of companies, which together represent the Rogers family private holding companies. The Rogers family private holding companies are the majority and controlling shareholders of Rogers Communications Inc., a leading diversified public Canadian communications company created by one of Canada’s all-time business giants, Ted Rogers.
The development of M City will continue Rogers’ long history in Mississauga. In the 1960’s Ted Rogers purchased 43 hectares of farmland in Mississauga on which to locate transmitters for one of his first business ventures, radio station CHFI. CHFI remains Toronto’s number one rated radio station to this day. When the transmitters were relocated in the early 1990s, the site was retained by Ted and “we developed much of it and sold it to builders for new homes.” The current site was re-zoned in 2002 to allow for a wider possibility of land uses including increased residential development. Rogers Real Estate Development Limited has engaged the services of Urban Capital to manage the development of M City. “It is our intention for the launch of M City to be viewed as a catalyst for downtown Mississauga and we are honoured to have the opportunity to transform a long-held family asset into a new, lively community in the burgeoning downtown.”
Urban Capital is one of Canada’s leading developers with an award-winning reputation for architectural design, environmental sustainability, and a commitment to cities. Working in partnership with the best architects, designers and planners, the company is widely recognized for its pioneering role in bringing high-design urban living across Canada.
Consistently named among the top 5 condo developers in Toronto, Urban Capital has over 9,300 condominium units developed or under development since 1996. With a reputation as urban regenerators, the company has brought its high standards and visionary approach to neighbourhood-conscious developments in Toronto, Halifax, Ottawa, Montreal, Winnipeg and Saskatoon.