Lakeview Wins 2020 Brownie Award

We are excited to share that our Lakeview Village site has won the 2020 Brownie Awards in the “Reinvest” Category. The Brownie Awards recognize the builders, innovators and visionaries who are dedicated to the rehabilitation of brownfield sites that were once contaminated, under-utilized and undeveloped into productive residential and commercial projects that contribute to the growth of healthy communities across Canada.

For over 50 years, Mississauga’s waterfront has been inaccessible by its residents; a coal burning power plant has stood on its shoreline, emitting smog across waters once treasured for trade, transport and life by the lake.

Together, Credit Valley Conservation (CVC), the Region of Peel and Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), are reconnecting Mississauga with the lake. This new coastal conservation area, a vision largely driven by the late Councillor Jim Tovey, will reinvigorate the waterfront with 64 acres of brand new, publicly accessible wetlands, streams, trails and beautiful naturalized areas.

The Lakeview Village site is in the process of transforming the brownfield lands formerly occupied by Ontario Power Generation’s (OPG) coal burning station – first developed on the site in the late 1950s. The site, with its eight boilers and four stacks known as “The Four Sisters”, ceased operations in 2005 and was demolished between 2006 and 2007.

The decommissioning of the power plant left thousands of tonnes of concrete rubble that needed to be extracted and removed. Lakeview Community Partners Limited, comprised of the Greater Toronto Area’s leading community builders that includes TACC Construction Limited, Greenpark Group, CCI Development Group, Branthaven Homes, and Argo Development Corporation, supports the building of this incredible green waterfront destination by extracting and donating over 200,000 tonnes of concrete to help fill and construct the foundation and breakwater for the conservation area, with an additional 5,000 tonnes of metal and rebar extracted and recycled. Lakeview Village will create a truly accessible waterfront for all with a restored Serson Creek and the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail for a continuous waterfront trail from west to east.

To learn more about this exciting land-mark project, visit

UltraStor’s State-of-the-Art Storage Solution Expands to Caledon

The inaugural location of UltraStor Self Storage was opened in Burlington in August 2016, and three years later we are humbled and proud to open a second facility in beautiful Caledon within the Southfields Village Community, conveniently located off highway 410 just east of Kennedy Road.  Mayor Allan Thompson and local Councillors Johanna Downey, Christina Early and Jennifer Innis were on hand to do the honours of the official ribbon cutting on September 14.

UltraStor is a family business, founded by Matt Buck, with a vision that goes beyond a traditional self-storage facility, with a modern, high-tech approach to storage. This brand-new facility includes climate-controlled units in multiple sizes, including charging outlets and drive-up units for large boats, R/V’s, and cars, and an 18-person, state of the art boardroom available for rent. Security and cleanliness are of top priority at UltraStor and all units are individually alarmed, with secure gate and key fob access for customers. With the highest standards of design and a team of dedicated self-storage specialists that strive to deliver value, satisfaction and peace of mind to customers, UltraStor is leading the gold standard in this fast-growing industry.

Visit for more info, and be sure to check out UltraStor on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Hello Sunshine!

Our Lakeview Village project in Mississauga has been making news with an estimated 1 million sunflowers in full bloom, attracting local residents from near and far. CTV’s Anwar Knight and Global News Minna Rea recently visited to report on the transformation of the lands from a polluting coal-fired power plant, to now home to fields of sunflowers attracting bee’s, butterflies and selfies, with the ultimate transformation yet to come with the creation of a spectacular mixed-use waterfront destination community. 


The planting of the sunflowers serves a far more important role as “phytoremediators” and can remove dangerous toxins and hazardous materials such as lead, arsenic, zinc, chromium, cadmium, copper, manganese and uranium. In addition to decontaminating the soil, sunflowers also attract bees because of their high-quality protein in their nectar, strengthening the bee population and enabling further pollination to help create a stronger local wildlife. 

The sunflowers are expected to last until just before the end of September. Hurry by and get your selfie – and don’t forget to tag #mylakeviewvillage. Prime viewing area is at Lakeshore Road and Hydro Road with parking available at 800 Hydro Road. 

To learn more about Lakeview Village, please visit

Global News at the Sunflower Fields
CTV Live at the Sunflower Fields

Lakeview Village wins “Best New Community” at BILD Awards

Argo is thrilled to be the recipient of “Best New Community Planned/Under Development” for Lakeview Village at this year’s 39th BILD Awards. We share this honour with our partners – TACC Construction, CCI Development Group, Greenpark Homes and Branthaven Homes, as well as our consultants Gerrard Design, NAK Design Group, and Glen Schnarr & Associates.

“On behalf of the entire Lakeview Community Partners team, we are extremely honoured to receive this recognition for the extensive and innovative work currently underway on Lakeview Village,” said Fabio Mazzocco, President, Lakeview Community Partners Limited. “Lakeview Village will be one of Canada’s most transformative mixed-used re-development projects, bringing new life to Mississauga’s waterfront.”

When complete, Lakeview Village will dedicate 67 acres back to the City of Mississauga for open waterfront space that includes a campus, a nearly 1km long pier and a continuous waterfront trail. Features like diverse housing, dedicated pedestrian and cycle pathways, connection to transit, and year-round recreational and multicultural programming will distinguish this complete community from some of the world’s most acclaimed waterfront developments.  

To learn more, visit our Lakeview Village page here and our dedicated website here.

Oakville Named Canada’s “Best Place to Live”

Selected as the “Best Place to Live in Canada” by MoneySense Magazine, Oakville’s first-place ranking is based on its economy, affordability, safety and culture, as well as its access to healthcare, transit and schools.  In addition to topping the list, the scores also position Oakville as the best place for new Canadians, the third best place to retire and the fifth best place to raise a family.  

For Argo, Oakville has long been viewed as an ideal location for families and professionals to lay roots, dating back to our first project 20 years ago. With new developments on the horizon – including two of our very own – the community that’s home to the famous Glen Abbey golf course, the prestigious Appleby College, and a beautiful downtown core of boutiques, shops and restaurants, is becoming accessible to a new generation of homeowners.

Our North Oakville builders recently launched their state-of-the-art sales office at 87 Dundas Street East. Featuring three leading builders under one roof – Primont Homes, Lindvest and Valery Homes –  will allow ease of one-stop shopping with an array of choices in lot selection, floor plans, design and finishes. Our fourth builder, Treasure Hill Homes, plan to unveil their sale office in Spring 2019.

Argo’s second project, Bronte Green, is located in the sought-after Glen Abbey neighbourhood and ideally situated on the edge of Bronte Creek Provincial Park and adjacent to over 350 acres of 14 Mile Creek’s protected valley lands and the Deerfield Golf Course. This enclave will offer a wide range of housing types within walking distance to the Halton Regional Centre, an exceptional trail network that connects to an enhanced regional natural heritage system, and a short drive to the Bronte GO station. Our sales office, which is currently under construction, is located at the southeast corner of Upper Middle Road and Bronte Road and set to open in 2019.

Argo’s North Oakville and Bronte Green communities will offer new homeowners a unique opportunity to call Oakville their home and experience all that the town has to offer!

Bringing Nature Back to the Waterfront

The heart of an old coal-fired power plant will be reused to form the foundation of a new conservation area thanks to the partnership between The Lakeview Community Partners (LCPL) and the Credit Valley Conservation, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), and Region of Peel. The power plant, long seen as a source of pollution by Lakeview residents, is now being radically transformed by two large-scale projects that are side-by-side; Lakeview Village, a vibrant, sustainable community with a mix of residential, commercial, and institutional properties on the site of the former power plant; and the Lakeview Waterfront Connection, a 26 hectare future conservation area just East of the former power plant site.

The conservation area is being built into the lake using clean fill to create a new land base and will boast a variety of natural habitats and opportunities for waterfront recreation. The LCPL is a partnership of the Greater Toronto Area’s leading community builders that includes TACC Construction Limited, Greenpark Group, CCI Development Group, Branthaven Homes, and Argo Development Corporation. LCPL took ownership of the former power plant site from OPG in the spring of 2018 and have generously donated the material, as well as the cost of breaking it up and transporting it to the conservation area site next door. In total, there will be an estimated 200,00 tons of concrete recycled!

Hallett Homes Launches Olde Town

Hallett Homes has opened the doors to its beautiful new sales center with overwhelming success! The day kicked off with eager home buyers and a gourmet food truck where future neighbours and happy new homeowners could mingle and enjoy the sunny spring day.

With standard luxury finishes, a variety of floor plan options, and a better built home, Hallett Homes Olde Town in southwest Brampton is setting the bar high. Stay tuned for their Phase 2 opening in the Fall! The presentation center is located on our Steele’s project located at 826 Steeles Avenue West in Brampton.

Lakeview Development Announcement

Lakeview Community Partners Limited (“Lakeview Community Partners”), a partnership of five of the Greater Toronto Area’s leading developers which include Argo Development Corporation, joined with the Honourable Charles Sousa, Ontario’s Minister of Finance and Bonnie Crombie, Mayor of the City of Mississauga, to introduce Lakeview Village, the GTA’s next great waterfront community.

Lakeview Village, which promises to breathe new life into Mississauga’s waterfront as it transforms an abandoned coal-fired power plant into a vibrant, sustainable and more connected community, will deliver a diverse mix of residential offerings, as well as institutional, cultural, office and retail spaces that will draw visitors from the region to the heart of this new community.

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Compass Landing – Life is good in Naples, Florida

Compass Landing is Argo’s newest community in Naples, Florida, offering a variety of single family homes with top notch amenities within close proximity to the beach, first class shopping, dining, entertainment, excellent schools and quick access to Hwy I-75. Check out our video and see why families are choosing Naples to call home.

UltraStor – Burlington’s Premier Storage Solution

Residents of Burlington now have a state-of-the-art, secure storage facility at Alton Business Park. Located on Palladium Way between Appleby and Walkers Line just north of Dundas with easy access from the 407, UltraStor opened 560 units by inviting the community to a grand opening with BBQ, prizes and a tour of the new facilities.

This modern, forward thinking facility puts a high emphasis on security incorporating unique design techniques, and individually alarmed storage units, to create a bright and safe environment which gives peace of mind for both businesses and individuals looking for extra space. UltraStor is also bringing a strong sense of community to the Alton Business Park with a weekend Pop-Up Market that runs every Saturday from April to August. It allows the public to mingle with their neighbours while shopping for an array of goods and services from local vendors.

“We wanted to foster the entrepreneurial spirit here in Burlington with UltraStor,” said Matt Buck, Co-Owner, UltraStor. “It’s not just a storage facility, but a platform for entrepreneurs to store their stock and build their dream into a booming business.” Alton Business Park is part of Argo Development Corporation’s Palladium development in Burlington.

This 17 acres development in Alton Village fits seamlessly into the overall community plan with a mix of employment, residential and school.

To find out more about UltraStor, visit their website at, and follow them on Twitter and Facebook where they regularly announce monthly promotions, contests and giveaways.