Lakeview - Mineola
welcome to Mississauga
thriving cosmopolitan city
Mississauga is an incredibly successful city neighbouring Toronto on Lake Ontario. A popular shopping destination, Mississauga has several marque destination malls including Square One, one of our largest malls in all of Canada. Mississauga is blessed with a magnificent waterfront on the shores of Lake Ontario. In the Mississauga’s City Centre downtown core you can find the Mississauga Civic Centre with its distinctive clock tower, the Living Arts Centre, and the massive Mississauga Central Library. Add to that pristine conservation lands abutting the Credit River, two hospitals (Credit Valley Hospital and Trillium Health Centre), the University Of Toronto’s sprawling Erindale College campus on Mississauga Road, and the Hershey Centre which hosts large sport and entertainment events and you have the nucleus of a great city.
Lakeview - mineola
Lakeside living with easy commute
Lakeview is an up and coming popular destination for people who like close access to lake Ontario and downtown Toronto. Whether you enjoy going out for a walk by the lake, a boat ride on Lake Ontario, or any other outdoor/water activities, Lakeview is the place for you. There are baseball parks, soccer fields and more down by the water and within minutes of anywhere you choose to settle in Lakeview. Lakeview, much like Clarkson and Port Credit, is going through a renaissance of redevelopment. Due to a growing population and rising property values close to the lake, Lakeview is in high demand for buyers looking to renovate homes or to simply invest early and take advantage of the future development.
lakeview Village Development Master Plan
Inspiration Lakeview is the City of Mississauga’s vision for its eastern waterfront. The Lakeview Village Development Master Plan sets a framework for the development of “Lakeview Village”, the Greater Toronto Area’s most innovative, unique and exciting waterfront community. The redevelopment of the Lakeview waterfront, aside from acres of green spaces, parks and trails, will add 6 new neighbourhoods, 7,000-10,000 new jobs and an artist block to create opportunity for local artisans to develop the area into a cultural hub.