Life.
Redefined.

Located in the heart of Mississauga's City Centre, Parkside Village will redefine the way you live, work and play. With all the conveniences, you'll discover the wonderful lifestyle that a true urban village has to offer. Inviting cafés, shops, restaurants and services are plentiful and are just steps away. You'll also find vibrant street life, parks, landscaped promenades, arts and culture - truly a new standard for Downtown Mississauga.

Playing.
Redefined.

It’s not hard being in a playful mood at Parkside Village. That’s because you’re literally surrounded by facilities and areas to make life that much more fun. Whether you’re going out to Coliseum, Playdium, the YMCA, or rollerblading or golfing, they’re all close by. For those who want to explore the outdoors, the Credit River system provides great biking and hiking trails. Even at Parkside Village, you get the best of everything with parks and trails within the village. But the best thing may be they’re simply at your front door.

Walking.
Redefined.

Years ago, Mississauga’s residents were connected by centres and institutions that provided many offerings. Today, downtown Mississauga provides a community to which Parkside Village residents can both enjoy and add. From schools and libraries, to Mississauga City Hall and the Living Arts Centre, Parkside Village is located conveniently close to everything. And with major streets so accessible and the major highways nearby, you’ll always be in touch with what’s going on.

Entertainment.
Redefined.

Mississauga’s city centre has quickly become an exciting area for entertainment. With many dining options like Earl’s Restaurant & Bar, Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse or the Host, you’ll always find something delicious in the area. After your meal, why not check out a movie, have a few drinks at My Apartment, or take in a live show at the Living Arts Centre. Even if you’re looking to unwind, grab a latte or a quiet drink within Parkside Village. With so much to do, you may decide to never leave Mississauga’s city centre.

Shopping.
Redefined.

Serious shoppers will be overjoyed with all the options. In fact, you just have to walk over to Square One to check out Nike, Wal-Mart, H&M, Aritzia, lululemon, Harry Rosen and Donato Salon & Spa to name a few. Nearby, Heartland Town Centre offers even more stores, regardless what you’re looking for. But don’t forget inside Parkside Village. With the many storefronts, shops and services, you can get virtually anything you’re looking for from fruit to fashion. Downtown Mississauga. It’s an exciting place to live and shop.

Vision
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.

History

  • 1805

    City officials from Toronto purchase 84,000 acres of land from the Mississauga Indians for 1,000 pounds. The area is renamed the Township of Toronto.
  • 1939

    Malton Airport opens serving as a British Commonwealth Air Training facility. In 1984, it is renamed Lester B. Pearson International Airport.
  • 1963

    A media entrepreneur purchases today’s Parkside Village site for $13,000/acre. It is to serve as the location for Mississauga’s first radio tower. The radio tower never comes to be due to by-laws. The entrepreneur later creates CHIN radio.
  • 1968

    The area is renamed the Town of Mississauga. Many surrounding townships are brought in including Lakeview, Cooksville, Lorne Park, Clarkson, Erindale, Sheridan, Dixie, Meadowvale Village and Malton.
  • 1973

    Square One Shopping Mall opens for business. Over the years, it expands many times over becoming one of Canada's largest shopping malls.
  • 1974

    Mississauga’s status changes to the City of Mississauga after it is incorporated. The towns of Streetsville and Port Credit become a part of Mississauga.
  • 1978

    Former Streetsville Mayor, Hazel McCallion, is elected as the third Mayor of Mississauga. She begins to serve the city for 30 years. In 2005, Mayor McCallion is made Member of the Order of Canada.
  • 1996

    Mississauga's population reaches 544,382 and steadily rises. Over one decade, the population increases to 720,000 to become Canada's 6th largest city.
  • 2003

    After four decades of successful commercial and residential developments, Amacon acquires 30 acres of land at Mississauga’s city centre. The Parkside Village vision begins.
  • 2003

    Amacon hires world-renowned urban planning firm Urban Strategies. Urban Strategies proposes a plan that integrates a greater number of mixed-use spaces, pedestrian-friendly walkways, parks and streets conducive to vibrant lifestyles – the first urban village in Mississauga.
  • 2005

    While plans begin for Parkside Village, Amacon successfully launches three stunning condominium towers at Central Parkway and Hurontario adding to Mississauga’s evolving skyline.
  • 2005

    Municipal planners and officials meet on the west coast to study the Vancouver model. The agenda, principles in architecture and urban planning.
  • 2008

    Parkside Village begins making headlines as Amacon sets to redefine living in downtown Mississauga.
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Life.
Redefined.

Located in the heart of Mississauga's City Centre, Parkside Village will redefine the way you live, work and play. With all the conveniences, you'll discover the wonderful lifestyle that a true urban village has to offer. Inviting cafés, shops, restaurants and services are plentiful and are just steps away. You'll also find vibrant street life, parks, landscaped promenades, arts and culture - truly a new standard for Downtown Mississauga.

Playing Redefined
Playing.
Redefined.

It’s not hard being in a playful mood at Parkside Village. That’s because you’re literally surrounded by facilities and areas to make life that much more fun. Whether you’re going out to Coliseum, Playdium, the YMCA, or rollerblading or golfing, they’re all close by. For those who want to explore the outdoors, the Credit River system provides great biking and hiking trails. Even at Parkside Village, you get the best of everything with parks and trails within the village. But the best thing may be they’re simply at your front door.

Walking Redefined
Walking.
Redefined.

Years ago, Mississauga’s residents were connected by centres and institutions that provided many offerings. Today, downtown Mississauga provides a community to which Parkside Village residents can both enjoy and add. From schools and libraries, to Mississauga City Hall and the Living Arts Centre, Parkside Village is located conveniently close to everything. And with major streets so accessible and the major highways nearby, you’ll always be in touch with what’s going on.

Entertainment Redefined
Entertainment.
Redefined.

Mississauga’s city centre has quickly become an exciting area for entertainment. With many dining options like Earl’s Restaurant & Bar, Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse or the Host, you’ll always find something delicious in the area. After your meal, why not check out a movie, have a few drinks at My Apartment, or take in a live show at the Living Arts Centre. Even if you’re looking to unwind, grab a latte or a quiet drink within Parkside Village. With so much to do, you may decide to never leave Mississauga’s city centre.

Shopping Redefined
Shopping.
Redefined.

Serious shoppers will be overjoyed with all the options. In fact, you just have to walk over to Square One to check out Nike, Wal-Mart, H&M, Aritzia, lululemon, Harry Rosen and Donato Salon & Spa to name a few. Nearby, Heartland Town Centre offers even more stores, regardless what you’re looking for. But don’t forget inside Parkside Village. With the many storefronts, shops and services, you can get virtually anything you’re looking for from fruit to fashion. Downtown Mississauga. It’s an exciting place to live and shop.

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