New housing complex slated to replace old-time Mississauga plaza


Published August 3, 2022 at 4:41 pm

The proposed apartment (on the left) will replace a plaza. This photo is an artists' rendition of the building

An apartment complex that will reach 14 stories is slated for Dundas St. W. in Mississauga and will replace a long-standing plaza in the Cooksville neighbourhood.

The complex is proposed for the north-west corner of Dundas and Parkerhill Rd.

The plan calls for a six-story podium that will be available for ground-floor commercial uses and will step up to four, then eight and ultimately 14 floors.

Initial design reports say the complex will contain 393 residential units.

The current land use is a plaza that was built in the late 1960s or early 1970s and contains a restaurant, hair salon, convenience store and a pharmacy, among other businesses.

The proposal for the building will be presented at an upcoming City of Mississauga planning meeting and will ultimately have to be approved by City council before it is built.



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