Properties in HURONTARIO
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Named after Hurontario Street, the main arterial roadway traversing the area, this neighborhood was developed in the late 1980s, transforming former farmland along Hurontario Street into a bustling urban community. Stretching from Port Credit’s Lakeshore Road to Collingwood in Simcoe County, Hurontario Street boasts a rich history, with its last rural vestiges preserved at Brittania Farm, a 200-acre green space owned by the Peel District School Board for educational purposes.


Characterized by ongoing new home construction and a high population density, Hurontario is a vibrant and dynamic neighborhood, dominated by condominium buildings and townhomes. Offering a hustle and bustle atmosphere, residents enjoy the convenience of proximity to Mississauga City Centre to the south and easy access to Highway 401, making it an ideal choice for commuters.


Heartland Town Centre, one of Canada’s largest outdoor shopping centers, offers 2,200,000 square feet of retail space with 180 stores, catering to diverse shopping needs. Additionally, smaller shopping plazas along major arterial streets reflect the neighborhood’s cultural diversity, offering convenience stores, restaurants, and food shops.


Hurontario features a range of typical subdivision-style homes, including detached, semi-detached, and two to three-story townhomes. Characterized by three to four bedrooms, decent-sized backyards, and brick veneers with front-facing gables, these homes offer comfortable living arrangements for residents.


Courtenay Park Living Arts Centre, located at 730 Courtneypark Dr. W, offers a multitude of recreational activities, including yoga, pilates, karate, volleyball, badminton, basketball, tennis, soccer, and track and field, catering to various interests and fitness levels


The Courtneypark Library and Active Living Centre, situated at 730 Courtneypark Dr. W, serves as both a community and school library for St. Marcellinus School, offering a multi-purpose facility for active living. For additional cultural pursuits, the Mississauga Living Arts Centre, located just minutes south in the City Centre neighborhood, provides a range of artistic and cultural experiences for residents to enjoy.