It’s easy to live somewhere without really getting to know it. Sure, you know your way around and your favourite places, but it’s not often that we sit down and actually delve into the history of where we live. This is especially common when you’ve lived somewhere your whole life, but if you’re moving to a new place or starting a family somewhere, doing a little research is a great way to get to know your new home. If Brampton is where you call home, then you’re sure to realize what a special city it is, but you may not know how it came to be Canada’s 2nd fastest growing city! We’ll help get you started.
Big things are happening with CityTowns this spring!
We’re very excited to announce that we’re releasing 32 brand new Condominium Townhouses for this amazing community in Brampton. On April 2nd, you can visit our sales office starting at 11:00am sharp and get a first look at our new units.
We talk a lot about all the fun things Brampton has to offer, from family activities to great date-night spots, but this one’s just for the foodies – Taste Of Downtown Brampton! Similar to Toronto’s Winterlicious, Brampton’s downtown restaurants will be serving up special tasting menus at special prices. This is a great opportunity to explore Brampton’s amazing downtown core and support the local businesses that keep that community thriving – oh, and have a great meal at a great price! Find our picks below:
We recently compiled a list of places to take your family around the Whitby area – now it’s Brampton’s turn! When the temperature starts to drop, it can be difficult to pull yourself out of full hibernation mode and find interesting things to do. We’re here to help you beat the winter blues and get your family out of the house.
Welcome back to our Upper Mount Pleasant construction site! This community has made tons of progress in the last year, and we’re so excited to be sharing this instalment with you. When we started documenting this phase, there was still snow on the ground and a chill in the air. Things were looking pretty flat: