Allegra homes the mimico . It is proposed to build a mixed commercial and residential property. The 1.48 hectares of land adjacent to the port of Port Credit in Mississa will be developed into a commercial and residential project in the future.
The developer Edenshaw Developments and the financial institution Windsor Private Capital pointed out that they had acquired a 1.48 hectare land from Metrolinx for a multi-storey commercial and residential property at the Credit Port Light Rail Station. The statement said that the site was the interchange of the new Light Rail, GO train and Mississa bus.
The transaction is not expected to be completed until December 2021, so Metro Unicom will not disclose the sale price of the site.
The 1.48 hectares of land sold by Metro Unicom is located to the north of Park Street (Park St) and east of on Street (Ann St). It is currently a car park and will be built into a mixed commercial and residential property with offices and residential buildings in the future.
This is the fifth project developed by Edenshaw in Missouri Saga and the fourth project in the Port Cleridt area.
According to the website of Edenshaw, a 22-storey building to the south of on Street GO Station is under construction, but all the flats have been sold; a development on Park Street with a 15-storey Gopman and town house is also under construction; and there is also a development on Hurontario St Street, north of Queen Elizabeth Road (QEW).
The $4.6 billion LRT line, which is expected to be completed in 2024, will provide 28 LRT trains, with a train service every 7.5 minutes during peak hours and every 10 minutes during non-peak hours.
Anne Marie Aikins, a spokesman for Metro Unicom, said the construction of the Credit Port Light Rail Station is expected to be completed in the autumn of 2021.