Lakeview Village development has 177 acres and is transforming into a mixed-use community

The massive Lakeview Village development, which is now under construction, is going to transform Mississauga’s shoreline.

177 acres of abandoned industrial property will be transformed into a mixed-use community including housing, shopping, cultural amenities, and a 50-acre park as part of the project. The property, which was once home to the coal-burning Lakeview Generating Station, has been remedied and will eventually be home to 8,00 new residences.

Last week, Lakeview Community Partners Limited revealed that the Lakeview Innovation District, which will span 1.9 million square feet and include 200,000 square feet of restaurants and retail, will be able to support 9,000 long-term jobs.

The project’s renderings feature a variety of public meeting spots that can be used throughout the year. In the summer, splash pads will be available, and in the winter, outdoor ice skating will be available.

The Discovery Centre, a multi-story events and learning venue, is currently under construction, while other components of the complex are still awaiting approval from the city. The Discovery Centre is set to debut in the fall of this year.

“We believe that an investment in infrastructure is an investment in talent, industry and business,” said Vice President of Development at Argo Development Corporation and development lead for Lakeview Village Brian Sutherland. “With flexible office space, co-working space, and state-of-the-art facilities, the Innovation District is not only integral to our vision for the future of the community, but a critically important element that supports the growing City of Mississauga, the broader region and Canada at large.”

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