By the time Mississauga was incorporated in 1974, the name “Applewood” had already been well-know and well regarded for decades.
It identified a significant collection of thriving neighbourhoods in the south-eastern part of the new and growing city.
The era of the 1950’s and 1960’s saw a great expansion of housing to the west of Toronto. The suburbs were marching this way.
The visionary builder, Harold G. Shipp, made an unmistakeable mark: Applewood Acres, Applewood Hills and Applewood Heights bear witness to his early foresight.
As larger multi-family residential projects emerged in the 1970’s, the Shipp-built Applewood Place at 1333 Bloor Street was instantly recognized as an outstanding example of quality living in an apartment-style setting.
In 1996, Applewood Place became incorporated as a condominium corporation, Peel Condominium Corporation #516.
Today, Applewood Place continues to offer a comprehensive set of amenities, simply unavailable in today’s construction projects. An exterior renewal is presently underway, ensuring the long term prospect for many years of gracious living now and in future.
In an era of downsized units, Applewood Place stands out as a rare combination of sweeping grounds, spacious suites, spectacular unobstructed vistas and a thriving community.
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