The waterfront, a magnet that draws people from all over the city to come down and embrace the lake breeze, the open spaces and amazing views – all year round. At Lakeview Village, residents and visitors alike discover a brilliantly designed waterfront with bountiful space for water sports, hiking, relaxing, taking in a concert, watching fireworks, exploring outdoor markets, and learning about the natural habitats around them. Wouldn’t it be nice to play together.
A vibrant destination, Lakeview Square is the heart of the Village, flanked by a hotel, residences, restaurants, shops, an arts and culture centre, and an outdoor performance stage. Residents and visitors can gather to explore, enjoy and experience year-round events and activities — all within steps of trails, parks and the water.
The master plan for Lakeview Village took many years to come to fruition, from its inception in 2006 to its endorsement by Mississauga City Council in 2019. Based on input from a range of stakeholders, its ultimate purpose is to connect the people of Mississauga and beyond to the waterfront.
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The dynamic districts of Lakeview Village are planned as interconnected areas with their own distinct personalities, all enabling views of the lake deep into the site. This network of open spaces offers a wide variety of recreational and cultural opportunities.
1 . CULTURAL WATERFRONT
2. MARINA DISTRICT
3. LAKEVIEW GATE
4. HYDRO GATEWAY
5. OGDEN PARK
6. AVIATOR GREEN
7. WATERWAY COMMON
8. INNOVATION DISTRICT
On the Cultural Waterfront, residents and visitors alike discover a brilliantly designed waterfront with bountiful space for water sports, swimming, cycling, relaxing, taking in a concert, watching fireworks, exploring outdoor markets, and learning about the natural habitats around them.
Beginning at the intersection of Lakeshore Rd. and Hydro Rd., this stretch of mid-rise housing and green space is the entryway to the Village for pedestrians, cyclists and transit riders. Looking south, you can see the lake in all its sparkling glory, enticing you to continue down to the bustling Village heart.
Whatever activity you’re in the mood for, you’ll find it in the Marina District on the western edge of the Cultural Waterfront. Simply walk out your door and head down to the kayak launch for a paddle any time. Have a leisurely lunch at one of the many picnic spots, or go for a jog along The Waterfront Trail, which seamlessly links to the neighbouring conservation area and the Serson Creek nature trail.
This exceptional gathering space has two sides to its personality: In the winter, Waterway Common will be a skating rink. In the summer, a scenic water feature connected to the waterfront parks to the west and the Innovation Corridor to the east. There’s always something fun going on at the splash pads, the seasonal markets, outdoor cafés and more.
Ogden Park is a series of green spaces running through the centre of Lakeview Village, interconnected by pedestrian walkways, and bordered by midrise housing. There’s something for everyone: for playing, getting together, taking your dog for a walk, and more.
Located in the northwest area of Lakeview Village, Aviator Green is a landscaped Greenway that offers residents a pleasant way to travel on foot or bike east and west, from Lakefront Promenade to the Innovation Corridor. Conveniently, the Village’s school faces out onto Aviator Park, amid attractively designed low-rise housing.
The Innovation District is set to become the largest hub for innovation and research in Canada, attracting leading tech and multinational companies. This 20-acre campus will deliver up to 9,000 long-term jobs and provide access to flexible office space, a conference centre, an Innovation Hub, Sustainability Centre and hotel. Connected to Lakeview Square and the waterfront, the district will be close to recreation, nature, restaurants, housing and transit.
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