Sheridan just north of the QEW, bordering on coveted south Mississauga neighbourhoods – but don’t let its geographical position fool you: Sheridan is in high demand for many young and mature families looking for a safe friendly area to grow.
The main shopping available within Sheridan is The Sheridan Centre, that has its own grocery store, Service Ontario, library, recreation center and other small franchise and independent shops. It’s not the most diverse mall, but it does offer shopping options for area residents who prefer to stay local to complete their errands.
Sheridan is sandwiched between Erin Mills to the north and Clarkson to the south, which both provide amenities easily accessible by Sheridan residents. The Clarkson Go Station is just south down Erin Mills Parkway, and just to the north along Dundas going west there are a plethora of shops: Costco, Party City, The Mandarin, and Home Depot to name a few, in addition to an automall fitted with every car dealership imaginable. Heading east towards Erindale along Dundas there is easy access to more boutique type shops and restaurants: (most notably) Erin Mills Pump and Patio, Rogues Restaurant, and The Apricot Tree Cafe.
Sheridan borders the most western boundary of Mississauga, so it is easy for residents to take advantage of the closeby Oakville amenities as well. There is a large restaurant and entertainment complex just to the west of Sheridan called the Oakville Entertainment Centrum. This complex has a variety of chain restaurants (Dave and Busters, Scaddabush, Boston Pizza, 3 Brewers), Cineplex, and mini putt.