Metrolinx

Mixed-use plans for newly acquired Metrolinx site

Friday, July 30, 2021

Edenshaw Developments, along with Windsor Private Capital, recently acquired a 1.48-acre Metrolinx site adjacent to the Port Credit Mobility Hub.

The high-density, transit-oriented development infill site is located at 30 Queen Street East, Mississauga, with immediate access to the future Hurontario Light Rail Transit (HURLT) Station. The HURLT will connect riders to Brampton Gateway, and the Lakeshore West and Milton lines of GO Transit service. Union Station is an estimated 25-minute ride via the GO Train.

The Metrolinx site will be designed as the only underground station on the HULRT. A pedestrian-friendly, civic square component will complement the future multi-storey, mixed-use development that will include both residential and commercial elements.

“The entire Edenshaw team is thrilled to be embarking on this very significant development, and as a long-time Port Credit resident, it’s particularly meaningful to me, and the many Edenshaw staff who grew up in the neighbourhood, to be participating in the positive growth of our community,” said David McComb, president and CEO of Edenshaw. “We look forward to working with our partners, Windsor Private Capital and Metrolinx in bringing this prominent, landmark site to fruition.”

This development will mark Edenshaw’s fourth residential condominium in the waterfront community of Port Credit and the fifth condominium in the Mississauga Region.

We are excited to be a part of this landmark project in Port Credit and to be working again with Edenshaw, one of our trusted and experienced development partners. This project will be a tremendous addition to the community of Port Credit and the city of Mississauga,” said Rocco Marcello, chairman amd CEO of Windsor Private Capital.

Treasured for its protected port, marina, and abundant natural amenities, including the Waterfront Trail, Port Credit is a dynamic neighbourhood, with a walkable retail core, a vibrant arts scene, and numerous festivals and events year-round, making it a highly attractive and desirable place to live.

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