These days new lakefront property in the GTA usually comes in the form of high-rise condominiums, like those seen rising on the shores of Humber Bay or on Downtown's central waterfront. While the market for these high-density communities remains strong, the expansive views those units have over the lake is not the same as the intimate ambiance one gets with a home by the water. Enter ParkLane, a new townhome development offering from KobenHavn, coming soon to the Port Credit waterfront in Mississauga.

ParkLane, Turner Fleischer Architects, KobenHavn, MississaugaRendering of ParkLane, image courtesy of KobenHavn

ParkLane will bring 18 four-storey Turner Fleischer Architects-designed townhomes to the intersection of Lakeshore Road and Godfrey Lane, located beside the 17.78 acre Brueckner Rhododendron Gardens. Connected via the Waterfront Trail to virtually the entirety of the Lake Ontario shoreline, cyclists and those who like to stroll through parks and quiet neighbourhoods will find endless places to visit here. And, side you can't survive on scenery alone, less than a kilometre to the east Loblaws anchors a full service plaza, while less than a mile to the east is the vibrant shopping, eating, and recreation area of Port Credit Village, one of the Greater Toronto Area's most enticing districts.

ParkLane, Turner Fleischer Architects, KobenHavn, MississaugaRendering of ParkLane, image courtesy of KobenHavn

The towns at ParkLane have a lot to offer themselves. Available are modern, open, expansive, three and four-bedroom units ranging in size between 2,169 square-feet and 3,011 square-feet, and starting in the $900,000s. Elevators are available as an option in most suites. As of last week, half of the 18 Bryon Patton and Associates-designed units have been spoken for, so now is the time to check in on the homes still available.

ParkLane, Turner Fleischer Architects, KobenHavn, MississaugaInterior rendering of ParkLane, image courtesy of KobenHavn

Interested in additional information, including more renderings and floor plans? You will find that in our dataBase file for the project, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum threads, or leave a comment in the space provided at the bottom of this page.