Port Credit is Mississauga’s prime neighbourhood for waterfront properties and lakeside residential communities. Since the land is scarce, Port Credit is now mainly a heritage conservation district and the lake is used for social activities such as boating, and public recreational enjoyment. You can also walk along Lakeshore and experience the charming shops, restaurants and amenities at every corner. Port Credit holds the title for being the real waterfront downtown of Mississauga, while the Square One area is a more prevalent area to many.
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If you love the beautiful scenery of Lake Ontario, Port Credit is a neighbourhood that you must look at. It is a charming neighbourhood located at the base of Credit River in Mississauga region of Ontario. It is surrounded by The CN Railway, Seneca Avenue, and Godfrey’s Lane on its north, east, and west respectively. Port Credit has a downtown that is included in heritage conservation list. You will get all the modern amenities in this picturesque neighbourhood and still get that small town feel you want desperately in a busy place like Mississauga.
Port Credit has a small population which is expected to grow to exponentially in the next 10 years. Nearly half of the homes in Port Credit are condos in high rise buildings. Interestingly, nearly 67% of the families are not homeowners but tenants. Median household income here is higher when compared with income in rest of Mississauga.
Families are attracted to this neighbourhood which has a GO station and can reach Union Station by train in just 30 minutes. Another plus point for residents is that most of the new developments are close to the Port Credit GO station which is also has a MiWay bus hub. If you like to use your own car, you can reach both Oakville and downtown Toronto using Lakeshore Boulevard easily. Once Hurontario the LRT gets complete, commuting to other destinations will become faster and more efficient. Therefore, investing in this neighbourhood now is a very good opportunity.
If you are a lover of music and art, Port Credit’s harbour brings to you several music and art festivals. The promenade contains beautiful parks, a playground, and many restaurants. As you walk on the marina, you reach a village that provides you with breathtaking natural scenery. There are more than 400 businesses establishments in Port Credit catering to the requirements of its residents. There are shops where you can buy anything from home décor items to foods and from music to books. There are also cafes and restaurants where you can enjoy live music while eating delicious international cuisine. Port Credit is a hidden treasure of Lake Ontario where many new residential projects are underway. This is a lively community where most of the households are made up of young professionals with small kids. This neighbourhood presents a wonderful investment opportunity which sees high returns once the proposed rapid transport system is completed. Make Port Credit your first choice if you happen to be a lover of arts and culture.