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Dixie Outlet Mall Redevelopment

Located at 1250 South Service Road in Mississauga

Mississauga, ON



Slate Asset Management



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About Dixie Outlet Mall Redevelopment

The Dixie Outlet Mall Redevelopment is a new preconstruction project located at 1250 South Service Road in Mississauga’s Lakeview community and developed by Slate Asset Management. This property will be redeveloped from Dixie Plaza, which opened in 1956 and was the area’s first mall. It is now known as Dixie Outlet Mall and offers residents daily necessities.

It is planned that a portion of the land adjacent to the northwest boundaries of Dixie Outlet Mall will be redeveloped. In addition to the existing vibrant retail node and a new park, the plan proposes three elegantly designed mixed-use buildings.  With Dixie Outlet Mall, it will be convenient for future residents who want to live close to the shopping and public transportation.

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Location & Neighbourhood

Dixie Outlet Mall redevelopment is located in the Lakeview community and close to Queen Elizabeth Way. Only a few minutes away from the Dixie GO Station and every 20 minutes, GO trains run to Union Station. In just 27 minutes, they can arrive at Union GO Station. For those who truly enjoy nature, the Lakeview community offers a golf club and the highest level of green spaces.

Located only a few minutes walk from Dixie Outlet Mall, this project is convenient for residents who want to balance life and work. In this area, residents will find everything they need, from famous fashion labels to delicious dining options.

  • Steps from Dixie Outlet Mall
  • 5 Minutes Drive to CF Sherway Gardens
  • 6 Minutes Drive to Long Branch Go Station
  • 8 Minutes Drive to Dixie Go Station
  • 17 Minutes Drive to Square One Shopping Centre
  • 22 Minutes Drive to Sheridan College Hazel McCallion Campus

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About the Builders

Slate Asset Management

About Slate Asset Management Slate was founded by Blair and Brady Welch in 2005 because they saw an opportunity to create a real estate-focused asset manager with a fresh perspective. From its initial portfolio of Canadian office properties, Slate has expanded its footprint across North America and Europe with exposure...