New condo development coming to Mississauga next to LRT
On Tuesday (July 20), Canadian Condominium Developer, Edenshaw Developments, announced it has acquired a plot of land next to the Metrolinx Port Credit Mobility Hub.
Edenshaw will be developing the land into a new condominium development--its fourth in the Port Credit area.
The development will be very transit-oriented--it is adjacent to the new Metrolinx Hurontario Light Rail Transit (HURLT) Station and Port Credit GO Mobility Hub.
The HURLT will connect riders to Brampton Gateway, with additional connections to the Lakeshore West and the Milton lines of GO Transit service--it will also be the only underground station for the HURLT
Additionally, the property will be designed to include a pedestrian-friendly, civic square component, to complement the multi-storey, mixed-use development, which will benefit both the residential and commercial elements of the property development and the surrounding community.
“The entire Edenshaw team is thrilled to be embarking on this very significant development, and as a long-time Port Credit resident, it’s particularly meaningful to me, and the many Edenshaw staff who grew up in the neighbourhood, to be participating in the positive growth of our community,” David McComb, president and CEO of Edenshaw, said in a news release.
“We look forward to working with our partners, Windsor Private Capital and Metrolinx in bringing this prominent, landmark site to fruition," he continued.
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