70 Absolute and 90 Absolute Condos:
70 Absolute and 90 Absolute Condos are the second and the first phase of Absolute condos community respectively. They were built in 2007 and 2006. 70 Absolute and 90 Absolute Condos are built by Fernbrook builder. The Absolute Condos community is located at Hurontario and Burnhamthorpe intersection in Mississauga and are made up of five towers: Absolute, A Square, Absolute Vision, Absolute World 1 and Absolute World 2.
Absolute is a gated community and condos come with high 9 ft ceiling, balcony and quality finishes. 90 Absolute backs onto the Cooksville Creek, providing beautiful nature trails for hiking lovers. Condos facing Burnhamthorpe Road provide some gorgeous views of the Lake Ontario. Residents find themselves surrounded by nature’s beauty and an executive lifestyle at 90 Absolute condos.
While 50 and 60 Absolute condos are also known as “Marilyn Monroe condos“, the other three towers at 80 Absolute, 70 and 90 Absolute Avenue are regular condo buildings.
70 Absolute and 90 Absolute Condos – Features & Reviews:
70 Absolute and 90 Absolute Condos share amenities with the five towers in the Absolute community but has its own party room. The amenities offered at Absolute condos are world-class. Sports enthusiasts find living at Absolute a delight. The Absolute Club provides 30,000 sq feet of amenities for all Absolute residents. Facilities include: indoor pool, whirlpool, spas, steam rooms, outdoor pool, patio, BBQ facilities, gym, courts for basketball, tennis etc., exercise rooms, sports complex, business centre, party rooms, cinema, furnished guest suites, a full time activity director and even a personal trainer.
70 Absolute and 90 Absolute Condos are pets friendly buildings. Monthly maintenance or condo fee 70 Absolute and 90 Absolute Condos includes hydro, heat, water, central air-conditioning, parking and common elements. Renters prefer these Absolute Condos because of the all inclusive hydro features. The condos at these two Absolute towers are well priced and preferred by buyers and renters when comparing with other similar buildings at Square One.