Proposal for 36-Storey Mixed-Use Residential Tower Submitted in Mississauga

1 Fairview
Development Rendering, Podium/City of Mississauga

In the coming years, Mississauga is going to undergo some massive changes with the addition of the 18-million square foot mixed-use neighbourhood, Square One District, and, if approved, a nearly 40-storey mixed-use residential tower.

A proposal recently submitted to the City of Mississauga for the structure, dubbed 1 Fairview, calls to change the official plan and zoning to permit a 36-storey condominium apartment building comprised of 460 apartment units, ground floor commercial retail, and six levels of underground parking.

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City of Mississauga

The site for the proposed building is located at the northeast corner of the intersection of Hurontario Street and Fairview Road on 1 Fairview Road East. It is within the Fairview neighbourhood and Ward 4 boundaries and is approximately 750-metres (or a 10-minute walk according to the application documents) north of the Cooksville GO Station.

Development Rendering

The proposed structure is as a 30-storey tower above a 6-storey podium that incorporates a 2,900-sq.ft retail space at grade level along Hurontario Street and four integrated townhouse units with direct access to the sidewalk along Fairview Road East.

Development Rendering, Lobby Entrance (on Fairview Rd E

The submitted plans also call for indoor and outdoor amenity space, a residential lobby, and two-storey residential town units.

1 Fairview
City of Mississauga

Designed by Core Architects, the building would include 460 residential units within the building, consisting of 315 one-bedroom and one-bedroom+den units, and 145 two-bedroom and two-bedroom+den units.

1 Fairview
Development Rendering, Townhouse Units and Vehicular Access (along Fairview Rd E)

A six-level underground garage is also proposed to contain 359 parking spaces (312 residential and 47 visitors/commercial) along with 359 bicycle parking spaces.

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