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Reimagining the Mall

Reimagining the Mall Logo - Google Location Symbols with symbolizing transit, banks, parks, libraries, cycling, houses, restaurants, parking, schools, grocery stores and of course, malls.

ABOUT THE PROJECT

Mississauga is growing and our communities are evolving. To ensure the healthy development of our City, we are creating policies to direct potential redevelopment and intensification at strategic areas. The Reimagining the Mall project will guide the long-term evolution of five* (5) areas anchored by the following indoor shopping malls:

The study will help to ensure that future intensification in these areas is done in a way that fosters healthy, mixed-use communities. The idea being that you can live, work, play and raise a family all within your own “complete community". The purpose of the project is to make sure that land use policy is proactively in place should a landowner choose to redevelop in the future.

Reimagining the Mall is being led by the City of Mississauga in partnership with the Region of Peel. A consultant team led by Gladki Planning Associates, and supported by DTAH and urbanMetrics, is providing specialized expertise in land use planning, policy development, urban design, and finance.


HAVE YOUR SAY

Have suggestions about how we can reimagine our malls and the areas around them? We want to hear from you! Each phase of the engagement process will have a variety of ways to participate. Check back often to learn about the ways you can get involved online and in-person.

ABOUT THE PROJECT

Mississauga is growing and our communities are evolving. To ensure the healthy development of our City, we are creating policies to direct potential redevelopment and intensification at strategic areas. The Reimagining the Mall project will guide the long-term evolution of five* (5) areas anchored by the following indoor shopping malls:

The study will help to ensure that future intensification in these areas is done in a way that fosters healthy, mixed-use communities. The idea being that you can live, work, play and raise a family all within your own “complete community". The purpose of the project is to make sure that land use policy is proactively in place should a landowner choose to redevelop in the future.

Reimagining the Mall is being led by the City of Mississauga in partnership with the Region of Peel. A consultant team led by Gladki Planning Associates, and supported by DTAH and urbanMetrics, is providing specialized expertise in land use planning, policy development, urban design, and finance.


HAVE YOUR SAY

Have suggestions about how we can reimagine our malls and the areas around them? We want to hear from you! Each phase of the engagement process will have a variety of ways to participate. Check back often to learn about the ways you can get involved online and in-person.

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Not related to subject at hand. Just wondering if there is a plan to install a traffic light at Ninth Line and Terragar. Traffic has built up, finding it scary to turn left from Terragar to Ninth Line. Also hope that earlier project to widen ninth line be funded and implemented. This will be a great benefit to your friends here. Thanks.

Francis 8 months ago

The north east corner of erin mills parkway and erin centre Blvd which is across the erin mills town centre could be developed into a walking parkette as it has a body of water and land around it.

MD 8 months ago

As a parent of young children it is cumbersome and time consuming to constantly take your children in and out of a car seats just to be able to visit more than one store. For example at Heart Land Town Centre ( I realize this location is not a focus of this study but I mention it as it's closest to my home) children clothing stores are very far apart from each other requiring to either load and unload kids in car seats then drive to each store creating more traffic or try to walk with small children in a non-pedestrian friendly area (forget about this when the weather is bad). Additionally places like this are washroom limited and have no nursing facilities. For the reasons I just mentioned and a few more I would drive out of my way to shop at Erin Mills Town Centre. And I did this even while the mall was under heavy construction as it was still more convenient to park, eat and shop. Additionally the size of the mall is manageable to be effective with my time. In addition I saw someone’s question about the conditions of Rockwood Mall I would like to remark that though the Food Court is a bit out of date it is clearly a well-used and enjoyed by the members of its community. I often see a large number of “regulars” meeting for coffee or lunch. It’s clearly not only a mall but a place to meet and socialize.

MD 8 months ago