Welcome to Brampton, a developing city in central peel region. The population of Brampton has increased to 600,000 and offers many employment opportunities. Brampton has an abundance of attractions such as the Humber River, Gage Park, and Wet'n'Wild Toronto a family water park.
The city of Brampton has dozens of condos available. Most of the condos are Low-Rise and High-Rise, located in the heart of the city. Brampton also has a few Mid-Rise and Luxury condos in the outer areas of this region.
Most of Brampton's condos for sale are located in the neighbourhoods of Queen Street Corridor, Northwest Brampton, Sandringham-Wellington, and Bram East. Brampton's city centre is within Queen Street Corridor resulting in the most densely populated neighbourhood for condos.
The city of Brampton sold 681 last year. Brampton saw a decrease in the number of condos sold of -21% year-over-year. The average days on market for condos for sale in Brampton is 17 days, and they have an average sale price of $495,870.
Brampton is slightly outside of Toronto near the 400 series highways. For this reason, many errands require a car giving it a walk score of 53, a bike score of 46, and a good transit score of 50. The city is trying to increase these scores by developing a walking and cycling culture.
Sugary Temptation is a great bakery near M Condos. Do you love to be outside? There are great parks in Northwest Brampton such as Hedgeline Parkette and Armagh Park. Schools in Northwest Brampton include St. Daniel Comboni Catholic Elementary School, Aylesbury Public School and Tribune Drive Public School.