2 massive towers with 1,139 units proposed for GO station parking lot in Mississauga


Published February 14, 2023 at 3:09 pm

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Renderings via City of Mississauga submission

Residents can have their say on a proposal for two 40- and 42-storey condo buildings in Mississauga next month.

Last spring, Edenshaw Queen Developments Limited put forward a proposal to build 40- and 42-storey condos at 88 Park St. E., the Port Credit GO station parking lot. The development would include 1,139 units along with ground-floor and second-floor commercial and office space.

The current height maximum for this property is 22 storeys so official plan and zoning amendments are needed to proceed.

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Planning staff will present a report and committee members will vote on the project at the upcoming Planning and Development meeting on March 6 at 6 p.m., according to a public notice.

However, the developers have already taken the proposal to the Ontario Land Tribunal and a hearing is scheduled for March 30.

In the application submitted last April, the developer proposed the two towers — Tower A at 40 storeys and Tower B at 42 storeys.

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The development would include four levels of underground parking with 474 parking spaces including 360 residential spaces and 114 shared visitor and retail spaces.

A total of 740 bicycle spaces are proposed for residents, including 683 long-term parking spaces and 57 short-term spaces.

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An open area between the two buildings would be accessible to the public creating a connection between the LRT, GO Station and bus terminal.

The commercial space on the ground floor is planned for that space between the LRT Station and Ann Street, and facing Ann Street. Some commercial space is also partially located on the second floor of Tower B.

The public can watch the meeting online or attend in person at Mississauga Civic Centre, Council Chamber, 300 City Centre Dr. on Monday, March 6 at 6 p.m.

Residents can submit a written comment or make a delegation at the meeting —learn more here. Requests must be received by the Friday before March 6.

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