Phase 1 of the Residences of Parkside Village is approaching the finish line in Mississauga, sparking a wave of shutterbugs in the area and subsequently our Forum. The low-rise component has topped off, with the two towers almost at their final heights. The third tower is just above ground level. Developed by Amacon, the project has been designed by E.I. Richmond Architects, with interiors by Union31.

Residences of Parkside Village, image courtesy of drum118

Residences of Parkside Village, image courtesy of jasonzed

The towers will reach 36, 45 and 36 storeys when finished, competing with Absolute World on the increasingly dense Mississauga skyline. The master planned community encompasses a staggering 30 acres or 11 blocks, within which 15 high-rises, 12 mid-rises and 10 low-rises will bring a definite urban feel to the city centre. Phase 1, or Residences, is located on block 8, the first of the 11 blocks to be developed. PSV is the latest development to be announced in the community, and will be built on block 7, on the corner of Burnhamthrope Road West and Confederation Parkway.

Residences of Parkside Village, image courtesy of drum118

Residences of Parkside Village, image courtesy of drum118

For more project renderings and information, check out the dataBase listing below, or head over to the associated thread to see what forum members have to say.

Related Companies:  Amacon, Burka Architects, Cityzen Development Group, Dominus Construction Group, ESQAPE Design, Fernbrook Homes, In2ition Realty, Live Patrol Inc., MAD architects, McIntosh Perry, NAK Design Group, Quest Window Systems, Richmond Architects, U31