The Art of New
Artform: 86 Dundas East
Artform is an emblem of style, design and poise. A graceful denial of conformity. It acknowledges that art leads any great revival, forcing us to look to the future for inspiration. Artform’s 17 storeys of bold, creative flair intersect with thoughtful, clean aesthetics to create the perfect marriage of art and design.
Brick, metal, stone and glass come together in an architectural masterpiece of geometry and creativity. Spearheading the revitalization of an historic area, Artform audaciously sets the standard for the new Mississauga Square One South. It is a vision of the future as invincible and inevitable.
“Artform’s 17 storeys of bold, creative flair intersect with thoughtful, clean aesthetics to create the perfect marriage of art and design.”
This master plan will beautify the Dundas corridor, transforming it into a vibrant, dynamic street that nourishes a growing population and encourages a healthy lifestyle.
Anchored by new medium and low-density residential buildings that incorporate lively and unique retail options at ground level, Dundas will flourish with more of what makes a city enticing for residents: More parks, green spaces, and public art to enjoy; more cycling lanes, crosswalks and wide sidewalks for safer transportation; better public transit; and even a state-of-the-art new Community Hub for every kind of gathering.
The Art of Connections
The Dundas Connects Future Transit
The City of Mississauga’s Official Plan pinpoints Hurontario and Dundas Streets as “Intensification Corridors” that will be developed with a greater concentration of homes, employment opportunities, transit and other services. Cooksville’s important status as a transportation hub for the GTA will be cemented with the improvement of public transit in the area.
Light Rapid Transit and Bus Rapid Transit
With the Dundas corridor set to grow by 52,000 new residents and 9,600 jobs, public transit is playing a big role in the plans. The new Hurontario Light Rapid Transit (LRT) line is now under construction by Metrolinx.
Commuters will be able to connect directly to the GO system via the Cooksville GO station. As well, the proposed Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) will provide direct connection to TTC subway stations, running along dedicated transit lanes. BRT service will be frequent, with the next train coming in two minutes.
ABOUT THE DEVELOPER
Design is in EMBLEM’s DNA. There is no substitute for great design. It is the single most important factor in how we feel about our home; it determines how we live our lives, how we interact with our loved ones, and how we rejuvenate. Great design creates a feeling of connection to one’s space — an intangible feeling that is the most significant achievement a developer can deliver to their buyer.