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1580-1650 Dundas St E, Mississauga, Ontario, L4X 2Z3
Introducing Dundas & Mattawa, an upcoming mixed-use development that promises to transform Mississauga’s Dixie area. Designed by the renowned SvN firm, for Hazelview Investments, this proposed development will span across the southwest and southeast corners of Dundas Street East and Mattawa Avenue.
With its prime location in the Dixie area, Dundas & Mattawa offers the best of both worlds – a vibrant urban lifestyle and easy access to nature. It’s the perfect place for anyone who wants to be at the center of the action while still enjoying the tranquility of a park-like setting.
Investors and homeowners alike will appreciate the potential of this development. With a diverse range of housing options and commercial spaces, Dundas & Mattawa is poised to become one of the most sought-after addresses in Mississauga.
Residents at Dundas & Mattawa can expect to enjoy a variety of features and amenities within this new mixed-use, transit-oriented community.
The Dundas & Mattawa development will feature a total of 14 buildings ranging from 3 to 41 storeys, including a mix of condos, rentals, townhouses, and retail spaces.
The development aims to provide much-needed housing to the region while also fulfilling the aspirations set forth by the Dundas Connects Master Plan. Located at the intersection of the Dundas transit corridor and Etobicoke Creek, the site boasts a unique and underutilized location, previously occupied by low-rise commercial buildings and extensive surface parking. The proposed design of the development integrates landscape design into the architecture, creating naturalized areas and a continuous series of landscaped rooms that invite the creek into the community. This approach enhances the ecological relationship of the site to the creek while providing a naturalized amenity and beauty for residents to enjoy.
The master plan design focuses on the future Dundas BRT, Dixie GO Station, and the existing MiWay transit system, providing direct access to transit, parks, and community amenities. The development will feature a fine-grain block structure that can support a new mixed-use community with approximately 3,000 new residential units of various sizes, types, and tenures. The community will include three low-rises, stacked townhouse blocks, five mid-rise buildings, and five towers of varying heights, ensuring a diverse and vibrant community.
In addition to residential units, the development will also feature 2,500 square meters of commercial and retail uses and public amenities, including 450 square metres of community uses adjacent to a 1.03-hectare public park. The built form of the development is contextually responsive to its surroundings, with a conscious approach to environmental stewardship and biodiversity. The discrete landscapes throughout the development enhance the ecological relationship of the development to the creek while elevating the daily public life of residents with a naturalized landscape and amenities.
The neighbourhood of Dixie, Mississauga is conveniently located and offers endless opportunities for shopping and other activities. As far as getting around goes, commuting is a breeze with Union Station just a short 25-minute drive away and plenty of other public transit options available as well.
Residents in Dixie have access to many shopping amenities, including the Creekside Crossing outdoor mall and Dixie Outlet Mall, which features popular brands like Nike and Puma. When it comes to dining out, Dixie has a range of options to satisfy any craving, from Middle Eastern cuisine at Golden Dough Bakery & Grill to Greek eats at Astoria Shish Kebob House.
While the neighbourhood may be lacking in community-building amenities, there are still plenty of things to do in the area. Art and culture enthusiasts can enjoy events at Mississauga’s Celebration Square, while those looking for indoor recreation can visit CJ’s Skatepark or HUF Boxing Gym. The Mississauga also boasts two parks, Etobicoke Valley Park and Coram Park, and unique amenities like Captains Snooker Club and Up The Bloc rock-climbing gym.
All in all, Dixie offers a bustling and diverse neighbourhood that allows residents to find almost all their needs within a short distance from home. And with fast and easy access to major highways and public transit, getting around the Greater Toronto Area has never been easier.