60 and 70 storey towers proposed to replace an office building in Mississauga
Published May 3, 2023 at 1:43 pm
A small office building in Mississauga’s city centre could be replaced with soaring 60- and 70-storey towers.
The four-storey office building at 4310 Sherwoodtowne Blvd., near Hurontario and Highway 403, has an application for development, a City of Mississauga spokesperson tells insauga.com.
Currently, the building is home to realtor offices, a dentist, two restaurants — Anjappar Chettinad Restaurant and Bao Bar Mississauga, and other offices.
The applicant is proposing to develop the site with two towers — 60- and 70-storey high, the city spokesperson says.
As the property is in the downtown core, it is pre-zoned to allow for unlimited height and density, as long as it meets other zoning by-law requirements such as minimum parking requirements and setbacks.
But there aren’t many details on the proposal yet. The city is in the process of removing a holding provision.
Two requirements must be satisfied to proceed with the application — a servicing and/or development agreement, and a conveyance/dedication of a right-of-way. An application was submitted to satisfy the requirements and is currently being processed, the spokesperson says.
Once those requirements are cleared, the developers will need site plan approval and the necessary building permits.
The project is likely years away from completion.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising