Project | My Lakeview Village

YOUR WATERFRONT
TRANSFORMED
& CONNECTED

Canada's Most Transformative Mixed-Use Waterfront Community.

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Sustainability
Advancing Sustainable Solutions for Global Development

In 2020, Lakeview Community Partners Limited–in partnership with Business Sweden–hosted a sustainability summit to bring global leaders and change-makers together to discuss innovative city building strategies and advance smart, tech-forward solutions to support future readiness.

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PROJECT BY THE NUMBERS

Master-planned with a mix of uses to deliver economic, environmental and community resilience to Mississauga and beyond.

Lakeview Village will transform the former Ontario Power Generation (OPG) coal burning power plant into a vibrant waterfront destination that will become a model for sustainable mixed-use development.

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APPROXIMATELY 8,050

Units available from townhouses to mid-rise & taller buildings

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1,900,000

Square feet available for office uses & employment

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OVER 200,000

Square feet available for retail & restaurants

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16,000 - 20,000

The anticipated number of residents

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9,000

Long-term jobs

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10-12

Acres available for campus, cultural and innovation lands

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BEST SIGNAGE

ARTIST HOARDING - 2021

OUR STORIES
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THE DISCOVERY CENTRE: A PLACE FOR COMMUNITY


The Lakeview Village Discovery Centre is coming to Mississauga’s most anticipated waterfront development. Part community space, artist hub, and centre for sales, the Discovery Centre will be a central gathering place and community destination for residents and visitors set against a backdrop of walkable trails and the waterfront.

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HONOURING
THE LEGACY

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HISTORY
EARLY INDIGENOUS

9000 BC - 1820
Three distinct periods: Paleo-Indian, Archaic and the Woodland Period. Mississaugas of the New Credit Land Cessions Treaties in 1806 and 1820.

A VISIONARY PARTNERSHIP

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PLANNING & RESOURCES


Since acquiring the property in March 2018, LCPL has been committed to a rigorous community consultation and engagement process. There have been numerous forums for engagement facilitated with the community and various interest groups where the public could learn about the project and share feedback throughout the planning process, including four public consultation meetings with over 981 total guests in attendance, three community site tours and two charity bike tours, eight Lakeview Community Advisory panel focus groups, two sessions with Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, and six online surveys.

This is a complex project with an intensive planning history, which has been thoroughly guided and influenced by City Staff, community feedback, and technical studies to reach the final stages of the plan.

  • Development Master Plan Evolution 4.0

    The Development Master Plan (DMP) has been evolving since its 1.0 submission in October 2018. LCPL then submitted DMP 2.0 followed by DMP 3.0 as an update report to introduce new major framework elements. The latest evolution, DMP 4.0, is presented in this report and is a result of the ongoing community engagement process.

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  • Development Master Plan Evolution 3.0

    The Development Master Plan (DMP) has been evolving since its 1.0 submission in October 2018. LCPL then submitted DMP 2.0 as an update report to introduce new major framework elements. The latest evolution, DMP 3.0, is presented in this report and is a result of the ongoing community engagement process.

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  • Development Master Plan Evolution 2.0

    LCPL has been working hard to evolve the Development Master Plan (DMP) since its submission in October of 2018. Master Plan Architects and waterfront specialists, Sasaki Associates, have joined the team and helped steer the vision for the evolved version of the DMP.

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  • Development Master Plan Study 2018

    The Lakeview Village Development Master Plan applies to the lands formerly owned by Ontario Power Generation, which are now owned by Lakeview Community Partners Limited . This Plan is required by the City of Mississauga as a bridge between the policy planning framework in the City’s Mississauga Official Plan and the eventual detailed development applications to be submitted for review and approval by the City.

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