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Wouldn’t it be nicer to Live Together
1110 Lakeshore Rd E, Mississauga, ON L5E 1E4, Canada
Tridel is coming to Mississauga’s most ambitious, mixed-use community of Waterfront Condos. Enjoy modern urban living connected to the land and the lake.
Upon 177-acres of land formerly occupied by a coal-factory, the vision of a transformed and dynamic waterfront village is becoming a reality. LCPL has partnered with five of Canada’s most established and trusted residential builders: Branthaven, Caivan, Greenpark Group, DECO and Opus Homes, and Tridel.
Lakeview Village will be an all-season destination that attracts global visitors while bringing the ultimate lakeside-living experience to residents. Found on 177 acres by the lake in Mississauga, townhomes, single-family residences and condos will adjoin retail promenades and restaurants, an Innovation District, education and office spaces.
With a diverse mix of residential, retail, arts and cultural spaces, eco-friendly mobility routes and public transportation, thoughtfully integrated public amenities, proximity to conservation areas, intricate park systems, walking trails and year-round recreational events will bring this neighbourhood community of lake condos together. People of all ages, lifestyles and cultures will enjoy this vibrant waterfront destination.
Lakeview Village will poise itself as a global model for sustainability with its lake to land and waterfront to woodland. Want to catch a glimpse of what condo living should look like? Lakeview Village is your go to.
Lakeview Village is set to breathe new life into Mississauga’s waterfront. Lakeview Village will draw people from near and far, with its dynamic destination to work, dine, and live. Look across the water from sunrise to sunset, and see the skyline of Toronto in the distance. To the north, the lights of downtown Mississauga are only a short ride away. Best of all, meet your daily desires without having to get into your car.
This is what life on the lake would look like:
Lakeview Square will be a place to connect, socialise and celebrate. The Square is a vibrant destination, humming with the life of people from Lakeview Village and afar. On weekends, families grab gelato, or fresh baked goods for a picnic by the lake.Year-round, the Square is ever-changing. As summertime music transitions to seasonal lights and winter skating, it is always buzzing with energy.
The waterfront wants to create a community of creativity, bringing people, art and culture together. Immersive yourself in cultural experiences; tour an art walk on a Sunday afternoon, see a concert by the water. Discover the greatest thinkers of our time at a literary festival. Lakeview Village has a rhythm that celebrates the magic of theatre and the spirit of dance.
Canada’s longest pier on the lakes, which was previously a coal plant, will become an iconic destination to celebrate local food and culture. The revitalized 600-metre pier, providing sunshine and breathtaking views of the lake, will be a vibrant hub involving music festivals, food markets and pop-ups. Paddle boards, kayaks, a marina and a beach will be accessible from the pier.
Over 45 acres of green space and four large park systems will merge recreation with tranquility. One can enjoy a sculptural footbridge, a boardwalk for your morning run, a bus loop, and walking and cycle paths to create a fully connected community. A new Waterfront Trail will seamlessly link from the east to the west – directly to the adjacent conservation area and the Serson Creek nature trail.
In the 20+acre Innovation Hub, a collaborative work ecosystem with access to flexible office space and a conference centre will be available. Architecture and infrastructure designed for cross-sector convergence and networking is what will create a place of open innovation and business incubation, driving towards economic prosperity.
The clever integrated and forward-looking design plan of Lakeview Village will be a live model for the future of sustainable communities.
Vacuum waste will take garbage from the buildings through underground pipes to a central collection point, disregarding the need for curbside bins as well as improving recycling rates. Buildings are powered from district energy, a low-carbon renewable energy system. Green roofs reduce demand for air conditioning, while rain gardens and stormwater systems optimize water reuse. Transit and autonomous shuttles enable car-free mobility and aging in place. All of this is anchored by the Centre for Sustainability, facilitating new environmental solutions to further improve the way we live.
Live next door to a 64-acre conservation area. The Jim Tovey Lakeview Conservation Area will transform Mississauga’s waterfront into a green urban oasis, providing over 64 acres of coastal wetlands, trails, and naturalized spaces for tranquil waterfront recreation and wildlife migration. Led by Credit Valley Conservation (CVC), the Region of Peel and Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), this new conservation area will reconnect residents with the lake for the first time in decades.
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