Feast your eyes on the future of Mississauga. The 130-acre Square One District in Mississauga will be anchored over the existing 2.2-million square-foot shopping centre. The Square One District is master-planned to include more than 18,000 residential units - more than half purpose-built rentals - and 37 towers.
Bound by Highway 403 to the north, Bunhamthorpe Road to the south, Condeeration Parkway to the west and City Centre Drive to the east, the project is master-planned by Hariri Pontarini Architects, a firm thats no stranger to this kind of work; currently working on similar projects like the Galleria Mall Redevelopment and the Choice REIT project at Dundas West Station.
At the centre of The Square One District is a space called 'The Strand', located along Rathburn Road just west of Hurontario Street, the strand is envisioned as the anchor of pedestrian activity within the city. The space would feature street level retail, walkable parks, public art, and a transit hub that would connect to the future Hurontario LRT and local MiWay bus service. The LRT itself is set to begin construction this year, with Prabmeet Sarkaria, Associate Minister of Small Business and Red Tape Reduction, name dropping the infrastructure project as a primary reason for why the development is happening now. The Square One District will be the final lynchpin in the creation of Mississauga’s downtown, which has been under-construction over the past several decades as high rise condominium towers have continually been added to the Toronto suburb’s skyline. With construction and sales well under way for mega projects like Roger’s M City and Camrost-Felcorp’s Exchange District, the time was ripe for Oxford to step in and complete the urbanization process.
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