Port Credit massive (and yet, human-scale) redevelopment project; more details at 7:00 pm, May 23, 2017 meeting at historic Clarke Memorial Hall
A TOPCA (Town of Port Credit) tweet of April 30, 2017 notes: TOWN HALL MTG: Tues May 23 @ 7-9pm, Clarke Hall. “On Our Watch” re: Waterfront plans at fmr Imperial Oil & Marina lands #PortCredit.
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Torontoist article highlights Port Credit redevelopment project
A May 1, 2017 Torontoist article is entitled: “Port Credit: 72-Acre Imperial Oil Site Slated for Development.”
The additional two images (below) at the current post are from the above-noted article. You can find additional images at the Torontoist article, the opening paragraph of which reads:
West of the Credit River, the marina, and the historic Port Credit village, the Mississauga street grid is broken up by an expanse of vacant land. From above, the former Imperial Oil Lands could—depending on the season—be mistaken for a park. The street level tells a different story. A 72-acre stretch of brownfield land remains fenced off to the public; a remnant of 20th century industry. In March of this year, however, the long-vacant site was officaly sold by Imperial Oil to the ‘West Village Partners’ (WWP) development consortium, who have now revealed a draft plan for the site’s mixed-use redevelopment.
Urban Toronto article
An Urban Toronto article regarding the project is entitled: West Village Port Credit
A May 1, 2017 CBC article is entitled: “Details of massive new development on Mississauga waterfront revealed: Community centre, waterfront park, commercial space all coming to former oil refinery site.”
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On May 2, 2017 Jim Tovey @JimTovey retweeted:
What is #LID? Learn why this technology makes us SO happy on rainy days… http://www.creditvalleyca.ca/low-impact-development/ … #TipTuesday
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