1110 Lakeshore Rd E, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Mississauga Waterfront LAKEVIEW Village Awarded Best New Community Lakeview Village will create a place where people can connect with Lake Ontario. Lakeview Village will breath new life into Mississauga’s waterfront. A large-scale recycling effort is underway with the last vestiges of the old Lakeview
coal-fired power plant – the large concrete generator footings – being broken up and donated to the Region of Peel and local conservation authorities.
The rubble is being reused to help construct the 64-acre Jim Tovey Lakeview Conservation Area next door. Lakeview Village, Canada’s next great waterfront community Lakeview Village will breathe new life in Mississauga’s waterfront, reconnecting the community through a diverse mix of residential offerings, as well as institutional, cultural, office and retail spaces. Sustainability is the key foundation of the new community, both through its design, as well as the mix of uses, public spaces and diverse programming that will be implemented at Lakeview Village. By The Numbers: 20,000 • The anticipated number of residents 8,000 • The number of units available, from townhouses to mid-rise and taller buildings 9,000 • Total long-term jobs (includes construction and employment) 1,800,000 • The number of square feet available for employment 200,000 • The number of square feet available for retail 10 - 12 •
The number of acres available for campus and cultural lands (city owned) Address: 1110 Lakeshore Rd E, Mississauga, Ontario Category: Hotel, Institutional, Office, Public Space, Residential, Retail Status: Pre-Construction Developer: Greenpark Homes Architect: Sasaki Associates Inc. Landscape Architect: NAK Design Strategies Planning: Urban Strategies
Lakeview Village Highlights:
*450+ acres of surrounding parkland are accessible, as well as a 64-acre conservation area, and there are over 45 acres of green space.
* Employment, research, and technological development on a 20+ acre Innovation District
* Built to the highest possible sustainability standards to improve human health
* Design for pedestrians and cyclists
* Festivals, live music, theatre, and artistic expression are examples of cultural events.
* The longest pier on the Canadian Great Lakes is now active and restored.
* Rooftop patios, breweries, and chef-driven restaurant curation.
* Boats, beaches, pubs, and boardwalks all provide good paddling and playing spots.