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Partners introduce Brightwater Towns to Port Credit development

Partners introduce Brightwater Towns to Port Credit development
PORT CREDIT WEST VILLAGE PARTNERS—The Brightwater Towns represent the second phase of the Brightwater development in Port Credit, Mississauga following the release of two mixed-use towers and two commercial buildings last year.

MISSISSAUGA, ONT.—Port Credit West Village Partners has announced the launch of the first phase of townhomes at Mississauga’s Brightwater development in Port Credit.

The Brightwater Towns include 106 three-storey townhomes with configurations of three or four bedrooms ranging from 1,900 to 2,600 square feet. Prices start from $1.4 million.

The broader Brightwater development will feature 3,145 new residences including 150 affordable housing units. The 72-acre development will also have 18 acres of green space including a nine-acre waterfront park, over 300,000 square feet of commercial space, a future elementary school and a proposed community centre. 

Two mixed-use towers were introduced last year along with two commercial buildings as part of Brightwater’s first phase.

The Port Credit West Village Partners consists of Kilmer Group, DiamondCorp, Dream Unlimited and FRAM + Slokker.

“We’re proud to offer elegant living and design options in the Port Credit community with the release of the Brightwater Towns. The Brightwater Towns honour the flavour of this wonderful neighbourhood while bringing it into the future,” said Ken Tanenbaum, vice-chairman of Kilmer Group and chair of the Port Credit West Village Partners, in a recent release.

The architect for the Brightwater Towns was Superkül and interiors are by Truong Ly Design.

“Inspired by Brightwater Towns’ coveted location, we wanted to create an intriguing variety in elevation and suite types that speak to themes of coastal and contemporary living. We took a holistic approach to the residences, blending timeless style with thoughtful, meaningful spaces to create a sense of awe,” said Andre D’Elia, owner and principal of Superkül. 

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