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Square One Shopping Centre’s inauguration in 1973 marked a transformational moment amidst surrounding farmlands and sporadic housing pockets. The establishment of the Mississauga Civic Centre in 1987, graced by the Duke and Duchess of York, solidified the city’s governance hub, commemorated by Duke of York Blvd. Recent residential development, notably the Mississauga City Centre by Daniels, has reshaped the area into a vibrant, multi-functional neighborhood.


As the quintessential neighborhood of Mississauga, City Centre stands as the bustling downtown core of Canada’s sixth-largest city, recognizable by its iconic skyline, dominated by the acclaimed Absolute World towers. This 23-acre master-planned district offers a diverse array of amenities, including the Living Arts Centre, Square One Shopping Centre, Sheridan College’s Hazel McCallion campus, YMCA, and Celebration Square, fostering a dynamic and pedestrian-friendly environment.



Celebration Square, adjacent to the Mississauga Civic Centre, serves as a vibrant outdoor venue for various events and concerts, featuring an amphitheater and interactive water features during summers, transforming into a sprawling outdoor skating rink in winters. Square One Shopping Centre, Ontario’s largest shopping destination, houses over 320 shops, dining, and entertainment options, catering to diverse tastes and preferences.



Reflecting the essence of a bustling urban center, Mississauga City Centre boasts the highest density of high-rise condominiums in the region. Architectural marvels such as the Absolute Towers, affectionately known as the Marilyn Monroe condos, complement the streetscape, alongside pockets of contemporary townhomes blending seamlessly into the urban fabric.



City Centre offers a plethora of recreational opportunities, from skating at Celebration Square to cultural pursuits at the Living Arts Centre. Square One Cineplex Theatres provide cinematic indulgence, while The Central Library offers a tranquil retreat for academic endeavors. Nearby, the Hershey Centre hosts exhilarating hockey matches featuring the Mississauga Steelheads of the Junior Ontario Hockey League.



The Living Arts Centre stands as a beacon of cultural enrichment, boasting premier arts and performance facilities at the heart of Mississauga. With three theatres, seven craft studios, an art gallery, and versatile event spaces, the Centre fosters creativity and community engagement. Serving as a performance venue for various local arts organizations, it epitomizes the city’s vibrant cultural landscape.