Introducing Lakeview Village
Truly one of the most exciting projects in Ontario, the Lakeview Village project is set to change Port Credit and Mississauga. This site was previously home to the "four-sisters" coal power plant that occupied the 177-acre parcel of land. A decade later, it will be home to an ambitious project that will be home to 8000 condo units.
The plans call for 15,000 to 17,000 to call this community home, also adding 3,500-4,500 long terms jobs, 100,000 square feet of retail space and 10 acres of city-owned land that will be used for parks and culture. The marina area will have high-rise condos with other side of the property having more mid-rise and townhomes. With a focus on green and sustainable living, the Lakeview Village project will have a mix of living spaces for just about everyone.
The amenities for the project are going to be world-class, as Lakeview will be one of the most prestigious projects in Canada. With the involvement of local government, there is an immense amount of thought and effort put into this project to cater to the 15,000+ new residents, as well as the surrounding Port Credit area.
Much the same as how the Absolute condos in Square One are iconic and define downtown Mississauga, the Lakeview Village will define Port Credit.
It has taken over 13 years to get to this point, from the closing of the power plant to its demolition in 2006, the project has involved the landowners - Ontario Power Generation, Ontario government, and the city of Mississauga to work together for a shared vision for Port Credit's waterfront. The sale of the land was officially approved to credible Toronto area developers, Greenpark Group and Branthaven, who have an exceptional track record of great developments.
About the Neighbourhood - Port Credit
This along with several other developments such as Brightwater Condos that are coming soon are going to make Port Credit the place to be. With access to major highways such as QEW (Queen Elizabeth Way)/ Gardiner, Hwy 427, and Hwy 401, getting around the Greater Toronto Area with a vehicle will be quick. Public transit in the area is also exceptional. The Port Credit GO station is just up the street, and GO is ramping up its service soon, so trains will come every 15 minutes, getting you to downtown Toronto in only 30 minutes. If you’re looking for world-class shopping, Hurontario’s LRT will connect you to Square One, where its 360 diverse stores will provide you with everything that you could need from a mall.
Port Credit has some of the best restaurants and events, if you'd like to stay local. In the summer Port Credit hosts the Mississauga Waterfront Festival and Buskerfest. All year long you can enjoy some of the great eateries such as Snug Harbour, Papa Giuseppe’s and Port Credit Social House, just to name a few.
Construction is set to start in the spring of 2020 and sales starting even sooner. If you’re looking for more information or early access to the project contact us.