Four-tower condo could replace plaza at busy intersection in Mississauga

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Published June 25, 2024 at 4:58 pm

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A plaza could be redeveloped in Mississauga to feature a four-tower condo with over 900 units - rendering by Landeal

A large residential development with four towers and ample retail space has been proposed for the east end of Mississauga. 

Recently, Ward 3 Coun. Chris Fonseca hosted a community meeting to discuss a proposed development that, if approved, will take shape at 1995 Dundas St. E. As of now, the Dixie neighbourhood site is home to a plaza with a number of retailers, including Blinds To Go, Smart Furniture and Decor and 2001 Audio Video. 

The proposal, created by Landeal and designed by RAW Design, features four residential buildings of various heights. According to Fonseca’s website, the development currently consists of one 10-storey building on Dundas St. E, and 16-, 24-, and 25-storey buildings that will sit on top of a four-storey podium on the north part of the site. 

The development proposal also includes commercial space at the ground level and a new east-west public road that will be built along the site’s north property line. 

The proposal is currently in the pre-submission phase and was introduced to the community at a June 4 meeting. Following this phase, the development application will be formally submitted to the city for further review. 

According to the presentation document, the proposal consists of 908 residential units, including 14 townhouses, 319 one-bedroom suites, 522 two-bedroom suites, and 53 three-bedroom suites. The project also includes 662 parking spaces and an undetermined number of bicycle parking spots. 

Landeal’s website indicates that the site, which spans 2.9 acres and is close to the Toronto border, was acquired in 2023. If completed, the building will also offer quick access to the city’s BRT (bus rapid transit) route, which is planned for the Dundas corridor. 

The site is also close to the Mimico GO station in Etobicoke, Humber College, Sherway Gardens, highways, schools and the Markwood Golf Club. 

Landeal says the site was approved for commercial and mid-rise residential development in 2022. 

– Renderings from Landeal

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