Neither Brampton nor Mississauga belongs in N - Z section.
But Peel Region does though, so I think this one should stay in this one.
Downtown Brampton is pretty, but it is so underwhelming for 525,000 people, it even has less highrises than Port Credit has.
As for Mississauga...
Celebration Square is working like a magnet! Looks like the $40,000,000 renovation is tax dollars worth spent. That is good news for those who have hopes for a sense of urbanity in Mississauga.
And Main Street District will commence construction too! And that makes the Main Street District the first phase of the implementation of the Downtown21 Master Plan!
Let the Square One parking lot infill and slicing begin!!!
Originally Posted by stepper77
That twisty building is pretty cool, though, it feels out of place in Mississauga.
Well, it looks like it does feel a little out of place. But many key lands at intersections in the downtown area have been reserved for future international architectural competitions. There is a rumour that Parkside Village's tallest tower will be a product of international architectural competition. So, you'll see a lot of them by the next decade or so.