The City Centre neighbourhood is bordered to the east by Hurontario St, the west by Confederation Pkwy, the north by the 403 and the south by Burnamthorpe Rd.
The Living Arts Centre is a 225,000 square foot multi-use facility which opened in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada in 1997. The Centre is visited by over 300,000 visitors annually, who come to view performing and visual arts programs, attend corporate meetings/conventions, or participate in a variety of community events. The Living Arts Centre houses performance theatres (Hammerson Hall and The RBC Theatre), an exhibition gallery, seven professional art studios and corporate meeting facilities.
City Centre is mainly comprised of Condominiums, that range in price from 300 thousand to over 800 thousand depending on size and amenities.
|Medical Facilities||Places of Worship|
– Square One Medical
– Living Arts Medical Centre
– Kingsbridge Medical Centre
– Pediatrics Urgent Care
– Community of Christ
– The First Church of Jesus Christ
– Al Eman Mosque
|Parks & Community Centres||Shopping|
– Mississauga Celebration Square
– Kariya Park
– Community Common Park
– Living Arts Centre
– Square One Shopping Centre
Post Secondary Institutions
- Sheridan College – Hazel McCallion Campus
- CDI College – Mississauga
- triOS College
Mississauga Celebration Square is located in the heart of downtown Mississauga and considered one of the most unique outdoor event venues and public spaces in the Greater Toronto Area. The 6.6 acre public square has a capacity of 30,000 people and its inviting design features a permanent main stage, two 15’ x 28’ digital screens, a state-of-the-art sound and lighting system, an expansive lawn, a 300-seat amphitheatre and a water fountain that transforms into Mississauga’s largest outdoor skating rink each winter.
The program focus for Mississauga Celebration Square has been to include a variety of smaller, place-making events as well as large scale signature events like Canada Day and New Year’s Eve. These large events combine main stage entertainment, supported by the digital screens, with atmospheric entertainment to create memorable experiences for visitors. As the population in the City Centre continues to grow (projected downtown population for City Centre is 46,000 by 2031), Mississauga Celebration Square will continue to host a dynamic mix of interactive events‚ all for free.