Situated approximately six kilometres south of Mississauga's quickly growing high-rise City Centre around Square One, Port Credit has long been the walkable main street and waterfront playground for the city west of Toronto. With a retail-lined, pedestrian-friendly stretch of Lakeshore Road that predates the car-dominated arterials of Mississauga’s newer areas, Edenshaw Developments Limited has chosen Port Credit as the site of the IBI Group-designed Westport Condos, a 22-storey condominium that will rise at the intersection of Park and Ann streets. Just a brief walk from the intersection is the Port Credit GO Station and MiWay transit system, offering quick connections to Toronto's Downtown core and Mississauga.

Westport Condos, image courtesy of Edenshaw

The building is articulated into three distinct volumes; a podium with brick finishes that tie the building into the surrounding context, and a pair of towers above that feature wide expanses of glazing and crisp minimalist lines. Across the development a total of 360 condominium units are planned in a variety of sizes and layouts.

Residents will have access not just to the wealth of local amenities of Port Credit, but also on-site amenities appointed by interior designers Cecconi Simone. More details about these spaces are expected to be released as the rollout of marketing materials continues.

Outdoor amenity at Westport Condos, image courtesy of Edenshaw

Westport is projected to welcome its first residents as early as 2023.

Additional information and images can be found in our Database file for the project, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum thread, or leave a comment below.

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