As part of the Lakeview Village Master Plan, a former coal-burning power station will be transformed into an environmentally-sustainable neighborhood with pathways and meadows.
There will be between 5,000 and 7,000 new residences in this 177-acre Master-Planned Community, including townhouses and mid-rise projects in Mississauga. In Ontario, Canada, it will be situated at 800 Hydro Road in Mississauga.
A 26-hectare conservation area will be a green oasis in the middle of the metropolis as part of this massive project. Additionally, there will be nearly 600,000 square feet of employment and institutional usage and another 200,000 square feet of cultural space in this development. As a result, Waterway Common will serve as a connection between other parks in the area.
There will be seven districts in the community, each with its distinct roles and features. Lakeview Square will serve as the center of Lakeview Village, where residents may shop, dine, and socialize.
Visitors will also get access to an artificial pond from the square, where they may engage in various forms of paddle sports. Waterway Common is a unique community center located just outside the core of the neighborhood.
There is an artificial canal in the middle of the park, which spans the whole property. An all-year-round meeting place, the water will also be used as an outdoor skating rink in the winter months.
Future educational applications are possible in the Serson Innovation Corridor, which is a significant employment hub. This district’s anticipated employment space is 825,000 square feet.
In addition to The Marina, Ogden Village will act as a residential zone traversed by Ogden Main Street. High-rise condo buildings that are destined to change the skyline of Mississauga will be housed in the Marina. To a large extent, Ogden Green will be home to mid-rise and townhouse projects.
Pedestrian-friendly streets and walkways are planned for this region. Finally, Lakeshore Gateway will serve as Lakeview Village’s iconic entrance. As a world-class architectural standard, the landmark building will be developed as a mixed-use landmark. A grocery shop, pharmacy, bank, and other services will be available in this gateway area.
This along with several other developments such as Brightwater Condos that are coming soon are going to make Port Credit the place to be.
The current GO transit stations, Port Credit and Long Branch, will be accessible from the development, although neither will be within walking distance. MiWay will collaborate with the city to increase transportation alternatives for inhabitants in the area. The issue here is establishing public transportation that will enable folks to get to school or jobs without driving.
Lakeshore Rd and the QEW are close to the future neighborhood and will provide a speedy route from point A to point B for individuals who like to travel by car. The Dixie Outlet Mall and Square One, both only minutes apart, are great places to shop.
The golfing in this area is also excellent. Two main golf courses are located near this Mississauga master-planned neighborhood. For any golf enthusiast, the Toronto Golf Club and the Lakeview Golf Course are also excellent choices.
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