These two new developments are underway in Mississauga


Published June 1, 2023 at 11:25 am

A layout of what the Mattamy Homes community on Ninth Line will look like. (Image: Mattamy Homes)

Two new residential developments planned for west Mississauga are moving closer to completion.

The Nine, a Mattamy Homes community featuring three-storey townhomes and village homes, is expected to spring up on Ninth Line, between Derry and Britannia Rds.

The developer describes what will be the end result as a “lively new neighbourhood” on the western edge of an “energetic and multicultural city.”

The other development, which isn’t as far along in the process, is a Greenpark residential community planned for a vacant property on Lisgar Dr., to the east of Ninth Line and north of Doug Leavens Blvd.

City of Mississauga Ward 10 Councillor Sue McFadden, in whose ward the developments are located, is hosting two in-person community meetings to let residents know what’s happening with both projects.

The meetings are being held back-to-back on June 21 at 6:30 p.m. (Mattamy development) and 7:30 p.m. (Greenpark development) at Our Lady of Mount Carmel Secondary School.

“The developers and planners for both projects will present the draft site plan applications to the public for comments and questions,” McFadden said in her most-recent newsletter to residents.

It will be the second community meeting regarding the Mattamy Homes development.

“A lot of work and revision has taken place since the first plan was presented on Oct. 16, 2019. Public input has and continues to be an important part of this process,” McFadden said.

For the Greenpark development application on Lisgar Dr., this will be the first public session, “…although I have already met with them several times in order to ensure an appropriate site plan proposal was submitted that would fit the character and feel of the existing neighbourhood,” the councillor said.

Pre-registration is not required for the public meetings.

This plot of land on Lisgar Dr. in northwest Mississauga may eventually be the site of a new Greenpark residential development. (Photo: Ward 10 Councillor Sue McFadden newsletter)

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