While many people decry the influx of condos and claim they’re ruining landscapes and obscuring the sun, highrise living is more popular than ever for a host of reasons.
Condos are, on average, significantly more affordable than low-rise town, semi and detached houses and they often come with on-site amenities that make communal living more attractive (most residents are happy to be able to swim or workout without having to pay a hefty fee for a gym membership. While condo residents must pay non-negotiable fees, they’re often spared monstrous home prices and for that reason alone, condos are becoming a popular housing alternative for young professionals, young families and older residents looking to downsize.
Here are a few up and coming buildings set to take shape in Brampton soon.
Condos Under Construction
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This 12-storey residential building will take shape at 45 Yorkland Blvd. It’s part of a three-phase high-rise development plan that will bring boutique living to the Brampton/Woodbridge area.
Clairington Condos Tower 2
Phase two of three, this 12-storey, 103 unit building will sit at 55 Yorkland Blvd. and boast resident underground parking and surface visitor parking.
Heart Lake Village
These executive townhouse condos will take shape at 10234 Heart Lake Road. The final phase of this development is now open and units start in the low 600s. Designed by Saberwood Homes, these homes could be pretty ideal for a family with a moderate budget. You can take a look at some of the finishings available in their decor centre below.
Brampton will soon to be home to 124 stacked townhouse condominium units with 192 parking spaces. This development will sit at 100 Dufay Road.
Two-Tower Mixed Use Development
One 27-storey and one 25-storey mixed use development totalling 387 total units has been proposed for 45 Railroad Street. The development has been approved in principle by council, but the city must still finalize zoning and site plan approval.
Possible Commercial/Residential Building
The city is looking into a proposal for either a 20 storey commercial residential building with a total gross floor area of 22,573 square metres or a 15 storey commercial building with a gross floor area of 16,504 square meters at 174, 178, 180 & 184 Queen Street East. The development has been approved in principle by council, but the city must still finalize zoning and site plan approval.
Two Condo Buildings
Two 25-storey condominium buildings with 740 parking spaces have been proposed for the Steeles and Malta Ave. area.