New Affordable Condo And Townhouse Development Coming To Brampton Soon

 

We have officially reached the point where no one can reasonably deny that Brampton—as well as other major Canadian cities—is facing a housing affordability crisis.

In Brampton, the average detached home costs $836,385. Semi-detached homes are more affordable, coming in at $664,970 on average. Condo townhouses typically cost $488,711, while condo apartments cost $397,240. A row/townhouse costs about $625,679, which isn't that much less than a semi.

Luckily, a new condo and townhouse development will offer residents more affordable options.

Urban Towndominiums is a new condo and townhouse development by Rosehaven Homes currently in the preconstruction phase.

While townhomes will start from the high $400,000’s, they also have a lot to offer.

"Phase 2 will offer the best of both worlds: a place where you can indulge in a relaxed condominium lifestyle with a chic, modern and stylish urban townhome setting," says the developers.

Located at Sandalwood Parkway and Mississauga Road, the community will be located in a central spot close to major amenities. Not only are the homes close to the Mount Pleasant GO Station, but they are also near Zum and Brampton transit spots, major retailers, restaurants, and parks.

This would be the second phase of townhomes coming to the city by Rosehaven.

The first phase of Urban Towndominiums boasts 124 stylish single or two-level designs each with contemporary urban style condominium architecture. Located within the upscale master-planned community of Mount Pleasant, the homes feature modern black brick and stucco exterior finishes, soaring premium quality windows and gleaming glass balconies. Not to forget, the scenic community of Mount Pleasant is surrounded by woodland trails, acres of parkland, natural wetlands and wildlife.

According to Rosehaven, the Urban Towndominiums make great starter homes for young couples and singles who enjoy their independence while staying close to home and family.

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