Parkside Village Residences
Parkside Village is redefining the city centre. With all the conveniences within Parkside Village, you'll discover the wonderful lifestyle that a true urban village offers. Inviting cafés, shops, restaurants and services are plentiful and are just steps away. Also you'll find vibrant street life, parks, landscaped promenades, arts and culture – truly a new standard and a new way to live in downtown Mississauga.
In 2001, we had a vision of an urban village. Since then, Parkside Village was born changing the way you live, work and play in Mississauga. As a resident, you will be at the heart of Mississauga’s thriving City Centre where you can leave the car at home and stroll to your favourite café or restaurant. It's truly a unique experience in Mississauga. At your doorstep, the Living Arts Centre, an array of shops and over 3 acres of parkland are all part of this new neighbourhood and your new home.
30 acres. 11 blocks. 3 parks. 15 high-rises. 12 mid-rise podiums and buildings. 10 low-rises. 600 metres from City Hall. 6,000 residential units. 7 commuter gates. 6 streetscapes. 6 commercial block-faces. 7 green roofs.
In 1805, Toronto city officials purchased 84,000 acres of land from the Mississauga Indians for 1,000 pounds. Since then, Mississauga has gone through many changes. In 1963, the visionary of CHIN radio purchased the land on which Parkside Village sits for $13,000/acre. 1974 saw the city's incorporation and four years later, Mayor Hazel McCallion was elected. In 2003 Amacon Developments purchases the land with grand plans. Five years later, Parkside Village was born and Mississauga's first urban village opens to the public.
Sustainability is an issue that affects us all. At Amacon, we’ve operated by the mantra “live well.” That includes raising quality of life for all our customers and future generations. That’s why Parkside Village is a shining example of communities to come where residents consume fewer resources. Where residents can embrace the vast expanse of green space. And where residents walk to services instead of getting into a car. We recognize that we’ve inherited the earth. And being a Canada Green Building Council Member and other programs, we can give a better planet to future generations. Find out more.