Phase 1 – Pre-leasing
Phase 1 – 2025
Phase 1 – 19 Floors
OFFICE/COMMERCIAL SQ. FT:
Phase 1 – 450,000 rentable sq. ft.
Phase 1 – Underground and Surface
The Offices by Square One District
Oxford Properties Group alongside Alberta Investment Management Corporation, have envisioned a plan to transform the 130-acres around the Square One Shopping Centre into an 18 million square foot master planned neighbourhood of the future. Square One District is a visionary mixed-use community driven by a clear purpose: to connect a future Mississauga and its people through human-centric design.
The masterplan includes over 3M SF of office development, and Phase 1 of The Offices by Square One District will deliver up to 450,000 SF of Class A office space to Mississauga’s growing downtown core. The Offices will play an important role in turning Square One District into a true, large-scale mixed-use project. The new office towers will be the first commercial development in downtown Mississauga in a generation. When combined with the tens of thousands of residences in walkable proximity, transit accessibility and existing large-scale retail and entertainment options, Square One District delivers a compelling proposition for employers looking to attract and retain talent.
This already lively community will be further transformed with a plan for ~18,000 residential units, a transit mobility hub connected to the Hurontario LRT, community buildings, parks and green spaces. Bounded by Burnhamthorpe, Confederation Parkway, Highway 403 and City Centre, Square One District is anticipated to be a multi-phase, multi-decade project that allows the community to grow in lockstep with the needs of the City of Mississauga and its residents. To deliver the first phase of housing, Oxford and AIMCo are partnering with The Daniels Corporation, one of Canada’s leading residential builders and developers, to construct two residential towers.
Square One District is anchored by the Square One Shopping Centre which attracts 25 million shopping visits annually and has seen more than $500 million in improvements over the past five years. A significant portion of this investment has elevated the customer offering, delivering a richer community experience by strengthening food, beverage and entertainment options. The most recent redevelopment includes the 34,000 square foot Food District, an artisanal food market featuring an array of specialty products, restaurants, tastings and cooking events.