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Port Credit is a vibrant waterfront community at the mouth of the Credit River west of Toronto.
Originally a native trading post and home to a group of Ojibway called, the Mississaugas, Port Credit was surveyed and a working harbour was established beginning in the early 1830’s. Late in the 1880’s Port Credit became home to the St. Lawrence Starch Company and the Port Credit brickyard. Village status soon followed.
The Mississauga Waterfront Trail passes through Port Credit and there are a number of waterfront parks from Hiawatha Park on the East end to St Lawrence, J.J. Plaus, Saddington, Port Credit Memorial to Ben Macree Park on the West end. On a sunny summer day, the Trail is usually packed with people walking, running and biking.
Port Credit is undergoing rejuvenation in its housing. The waterfront industrial sites are giving way to luxury condominiums. Century and pre-war style homes mixed in with custom build infill houses are typical in Port Credit Village (east of the Credit River), Olde Port Credit Village (west of the Credit River) while post-war homes and new builds are common in the Cranberry Cove area (just east of the Rhododendron Gardens). West Mineola, east of the Credit River is an exclusive, treed neighbourhood with a mix of houses (pre-war, cottages, post-war and, now, large custom houses.
Development in Port Credit
For residents of Port Credit, the draw is also due to the easy commute by Go Train into Toronto, the great schools and the proximity to parks and recreation facilities.
There are currently four new development projects in Port Credit. Tanu Condos is a highrise and townhouse complex near the GO Station. Westport is a highrise condo near the GO Station. Elmwood is a small luxury townhouse and detached project close to the Lake. Brightwater is part of a 70 Hectare master planned community of 3,000 residential units with a mix of retail/commercial and parks/greenspace as well.
For the latest market update for Southeast Mississauga, please download the pdf in the link below.
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