Tempo Condos by Greenpark Homes in Mississauga

Tempo / Burnhamthorpe Road West   Kariya Drive

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Tempo is a new condo building development by Greenpark Homes located at Burnhamthorpe Road West Kariya Drive, Mississauga.


Located in the heart of Mississauga, Tempo will be located along the new LRT planned for the City Centre. Live on the doorstep of Square One and also have convenient access to schools, parks and a host of other lifestyle amenities.

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Summary of this condo development:

Project Name: Tempo
Developer: Greenpark Homes
Location: Burnhamthorpe Road West Kariya Drive,Mississauga
Product: Condo building
Expected Opening Date: 2016-12
Density: High Density
*All dates are approximate.

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