Here’s what could replace City Centre Place in Mississauga’s Cooksville neighbourhood

Published January 8, 2022 at 5:52 pm

A big new development has been proposed in one of Mississauga’s oldest neighbourhoods.

The proposal is to demolish City Centre Place, the two-storey mall and office complex in Cooksville, and replace it with a new four-tower residential community.

The community would feature 1,081 housing units and 11,033 square feet of ground floor commercial uses within four apartment buildings: A nine-storey tower, a 30-storey tower with a seven-storey podium, and 33- and 35-storey towers connected by a nine-storey podium.

The new community has been proposed by Equity Three Holdings Inc, which owns the mall that is currently located at 3085 Hurontario Street.

Other proposed features include four levels of underground parking, bicycle parking, and a number of green initiatives including tri-sorter recycling, green roofs, and rainwater harvesting.

The application was submitted to the city’s planning committee last summer (August 25, 2021).

The planning committee will consider the new proposal during its next meeting on Monday, Jan. 10.

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