Another Commercial Development Is Coming To Brampton
Another commercial property is coming to Brampton.
Located at 10709 Creditview Road, Glen Schnarr & Associates Incorporated along with Gajjar Development Group Inc. is proposing to build a two-storey retail/commercial/office plaza. The new building will be replacing agricultural land.
The area will include 51 parking space including two barrier-free spaces and one loading space.
According to the City of Brampton’s documents, the building will be used for medical professional offices, pharmacies, medical dispensary, medical lab, a small pharmacy/dispensary and a radiology lab. A small amount of space could be allocated to uses of a more general local commercial nature, such as personal services and a convenience store.
The total space of the building is approximately 1,138 m2 (12,250 ft2).
The property, municipally known as 10709 Creditview Road, is located on the southeast corner of Creditview Road and El Camino Way. The subject site has frontage onto Creditview Road, a minor arterial roadway and El Camino Way, a local road that connects to the neighbourhoods east of the property. The site is adjacent to a Brampton Transit bus stop served by Chinguacousy Route 4/4A, which provides a connection to Mount Pleasant GO Station and the Brampton Gateway Terminal, via Chinguacousy Road.
The site is surrounded by a mix of single-detached, semi-detached, townhomes, and other medium-density residential uses. Tribune Public School is located across from the site on the northwest corner of Creditview Road and Tribune Drive
The proposed site aims to accommodate people in the area by providing new healthcare options as well as a convenience store.
What do you think about this proposed retail/commercial/office plaza?
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