The West Village Port Credit, now called “Brightwater” has significant plans for the future. Redevelopment is on it’s way. It’s bright, bold and beautiful. We hope you would agree!
As life moves on, changes are inevitable. Imperial Oil land frontage from 181 Lakeshore Rd. West to 70 Mississauga Road South.
The city approved the Imperial Oil land redevelopment into a waterfront community. Redevelopment consist of residential, commercial, institutional parkland, apartments and open spaces.
The proposed multi-phase community includes 2,995 new residential units (townhomes, mid-rise and high-rise up to 29 storeys), retail, parkland and campus (employment, recreation and education) uses on the 72 acre property. Home to approximately 7,000 new residents, the waterfront will be a new city in the village.
Mayor Bonnie Crombie said, “As an important City-building initiative, this redevelopment will drive tourism, create jobs and boost economic growth, helping put Mississauga on the international map. We will continue to work together to ensure our vision to transform the waterfront becomes a reality.”
Ward 1 Councillor Stephen Dasko said, “Working collaboratively with the residents and key stakeholders has created a vision for this dynamic addition to our waterfront. I look forward to continuing open dialogue as this development evolves and we have a waterfront for the entire City of Mississauga second to none.”
You can contact Cynthia Ulba for more information:
Tel: 905-615-3200 ext. 5051