Here's A Glimpse Into The Latest Residential Development Coming To Brampton
Some new townhomes are coming to Brampton, and they fit into a larger scheme of things for the city going forward.
The city is looking to approve a new townhouse development in the downtown core, specifically located at 17, 19, 21, 23, 25, 27 and 29 Clarence Street.
The development will consist of 4 blocks of back-to-back stacked townhouses with a total of 96 units, 146 parking spaces primarily located in an underground parking garage, an outdoor amenity space with a children's play area and a buffer area along the south property line.
Each building will have a height of three-storeys (approximately 36 feet) and a density of 56 units per hectare. There will also be one vehicular access point from Clarence Street and a 169 m2 outdoor amenity area.
However, much is still unknown about the specifics of the development.
Bilgeri Group Ltd and Landmark Clarence Inc have submitted proposals to construct the residential development; however, a company has not been selected yet.
Since 1994, Bilgeri Group Ltd has been building residential communities across the Greater Toronto Area, Ontario and beyond.
"We work closely with our clients from the beginning to define problems, conduct innovative research from technical and community-based perspectives, coordinate expert teams, and collaborate with all stakeholders. The results are high-quality plans, policies and solutions that are context-specific and cost-effective," says Bilgeri Group Ltd.
Here is a look at other residential developments they've built:
Landmark Clarence Inc is a new, local construction company.
The city will be holding a public meeting to review the development on October 7 from 6:15 to 6:45 at City Hall.
What do you think about this development coming to downtown Brampton?
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