Two skyscraper condo towers coming to Brampton could be tallest in the city
Published June 29, 2023 at 9:56 am
Plans are underway for a pair of towering condo developments that could bring over 1,000 new units to Brampton, and one of them is in the running for the tallest building in Brampton.
Development applications have been filed for a new development at 137 Steeles Ave. W. in Brampton’s Fletcher’s Creek South area west of Hurontario Street. The project would include two condo towers at 45 and 50 storeys tall with 541 units in the southern tower and another 606 condos in the northern building for a total of 1,147 new residential units.
Underground parking would have space for up to 640 resident vehicles and another 192 spots for guests, and the project looks to use transit-oriented design elements like active streetscapes and high-density, mixed-use developments to meet future needs of the community.
The development also includes plans for an outdoor area and podium rooftop with recreational amenities, green spaces, and integrated green roofs.
The development would be well-served by public transit with the Brampton Gateway Terminal and the upcoming Hurontario LRT line and would include pedestrian and cycling infrastructure and integrated trails and sidewalks.
At 50 storeys tall, the northern building is a contender for one of the tallest buildings in Brampton. Other contenders include the proposed 48-storey twin towers of Bristol Place and a pair of proposed towers on Lisa Street that could stretch as tall as 65 stories.
The project is currently in the pre-construction phase and applications are in review with the city to rezone the land from agricultural to residential use.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising