Per Sq 1 website:
Parking Advisories
  • P6 is closed for construction until early December.
  • Square One Drive is closed From Duke of York to Hammerson until late November. Valet and pedestrian access will continue.
P6 is the north east lot.
 
Here are the progress being made so far.
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Oct 30
The first new store for the Target Store is supposed to open today and will be some time before I get a look at it.
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At first I thought that Mississauga's city centre of towers around a mall was strange. But it's like the old European cities built around market squares where hundreds or thousands of vendors would engage in retail and trade.
 
At first I thought that Mississauga's city centre of towers around a mall was strange. But it's like the old European cities built around market squares where hundreds or thousands of vendors would engage in retail and trade.

Except here the market square is a bunker-like behemoth surrounded by parking lots
 
Except here the market square is a bunker-like behemoth surrounded by parking lots

It's a modern take on an ancient idea in city planning. While a "bunker-like behemoth" and parking lots aren't aesthetically pleasing like cobblestone market squares filled with patios, in past centuries many a market square was filled with utilitarian stalls for vendors, horses and trailers on market days, mud, manure, and perhaps even sewage.
 
It's a modern take on an ancient idea in city planning. While a "bunker-like behemoth" and parking lots aren't aesthetically pleasing like cobblestone market squares filled with patios, in past centuries many a market square was filled with utilitarian stalls for vendors, horses and trailers on market days, mud, manure, and perhaps even sewage.
Most cities didn't have their market squares controlled by a single owner.

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