5 Tallest Buildings in Brampton
While Brampton hasn't welcomed a ton of skyscraping office towers and condos to its skyline, it's gradually becoming more urbane and adding more high-rise structures that show that the city isn't afraid to grow up rather than out.
With condos becoming a more affordable housing option for many—and with them simply being a preferred housing choice for singles, young professionals (sometimes even families) and older residents looking to downsize—it makes sense that more (and taller) ones will hit the city soon.
That said, all the talk about condos in housing got us thinking: what are the tallest buildings/condos in Brampton?
We reached out to the city and they let us know a little more about Brampton's tallest structures.
5) 215 Queen Street East
The Rhythm Condos, built in 2010, stand at 22 storeys.
4) 188 Clark Boulevard
The Redwood at Clark Condo, built in 2016, stands at 25 storeys.
3) 1155 Queen Street East
The Norton Lake Residence, built in 2013, stands at 26 storeys.
2) 100 John Street
The Park Place Condo, built in 2011, stands at 27 storeys.
1) 9 George Street
The Alterra Condo, the tallest in the city, stands at 28 storeys
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