Major high-rise developments are on the agenda in Brampton


Published September 13, 2021 at 11:17 am

Humberwest Pkwy. and Queen. St. E. Brampton

Several major high-rise developments in Brampton are on the agenda at tonight’s Planning and Development Committee meeting.

First up is a three-building complex on the northeast corner of Humberwest Pkwy. and Queen. St. E.

It is made up of two 18-storey towers connected by a 10-storey podium tower. It would include 629 apartments as well as provide more than 11,000 sq.-ft. of ground-floor retail space.

Next up is a four-building complex on Palleschi Dr., near Queen St. E. and The Gore Rd.

The buildings would include more than 1,100 apartments in the buildings, which would vary in height from four to 25 storeys. The proposal also includes more than 125,000 sq.-ft. of retail space.

A significant proposal on the southwest corner of Mayfield Rd. and Torbram Rd. would bring more than 700 residential units to the city.

It would include 103 detached houses, 44 townhouses and two medium-density residential blocks with 558 units.

The plan also includes future development of several residential blocks, two school sites, a park, walkways, buffer blocks and a road network.

The final significant proposal would allow a development on the east side of Torbram Rd., between between Mayfield Rd. and Countryside Dr., that would bring a total of 77 townhouses and houses along with a park.

Currently zoned agriculture, the developer wants to rezone the 10-acre site.

These proposals are very early in the planning stages and this is the first step in a long process toward official city approval.


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