January 7, 2019
‘It’s opening up access to Lake Ontario that never existed for generations’
It’s aptly described as a ‘once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.’ The City of Mississauga had already began imagining how to redevelop a stretch of its waterfront that was once home to a coal-fired generating station when additional lands became available.
“The first step in the planning process was creating a vision of what the waterfront could be. When we were doing that, we had no idea the West Village lands were going to be sold and come onto the market so quickly,” says Andrew Whittemore, commissioner of planning and building.
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