- Developer: Solmar Development Corp.
- Address: 199 Main St, Brampton
- Architects: Graziani & Corazza
- Interior Designer: Renato Iamonaco
- Community: Two 48-storey towers on a podium within a landscaped courtyard
- Number of suites: 1,146
- Types of Units: 1 BR, 1BR+D, 2BR
- Square footage: 472 – 654 sq. ft.
- Amenities: Gym, Party Room, Indoor Lounge, Green Rooftop Terrace, EV Charging Stations, Onsite Daycare (proposed)
Bristol Place is a new condo development by Solmar Development Corp currently in preconstruction at 199 Main Street North, Brampton. Bristol Place has a total of 1149 units. Sizes start at 442 square feet.
VIBRANT DOWNTOWN LOCATION
With a high transit and walk score, this prime downtown location means that residents have a ton of great amenities within walking distance. Brampton GO station is just a 3-minute walk from home. Walk to nearby Rosalie Park or drive for just 5 minutes to access several trails, including Bovaird Trail and Chinguacosy Trail. For commuters, ZUM Transit offers frequent services, while drivers will appreciate the proximity to Highways 401 and 410. The future Hurontario LRT will also expand transit options.
Shopping and dining choices abound in the neighbourhood. Head over to Bramalea City Centre or Shoppers World, or Brampton Corners for great shopping. A fantastic array of restaurants, cafes, pubs, bars, bistros, bakeries and coffee shops are within easy walking or driving distance.
This community is close to the state-of-the-art Peel Memorial Centre Hospital. Great public and private schools are nearby, and for post-secondary education, you have the renowned Sheridan College and Algoma College close to home.
Recreation & Local Amenities
Located in Brampton, a family-oriented neighbourhood that surrounds the historic district of downtown Brampton. Since the Etobicoke Creek Trail passes through the heart of the community, there is plenty of green space for people to enjoy.
Many malls and shopping centres can be found in Brampton. This includes the Bramalea City Centre, Trinity Common Mall, Brampton Corners, and Bramrose Square. Since its inception in 2006, the Rose Theatre Brampton has served as the city’s sole performing arts center and a vibrant part of the community. You can dine at various restaurants in Brampton that are appropriate for any occasion.
- One of the most ethnically mixed cities in the Greater Toronto Area
- The 3rd largest city in Canada
- Over 6,000 acres of parkland
- 14,000 new residents annually
- A population of over 500,000
- The downtown heritage district includes landmarks such as Brampton City Hall, Garden Square, Gage Park, The Rose Performing Arts Centre, and the Peel Art Gallery Museum and Archives
- Shoppers World Brampton is prominently situated in the centre of the neighbourhood off Main Street
- Sheridan College
- Carabram, an annual multicultural festival held in Brampton, brings people together through food, entertainment, and education.
- Gage Park, Humber Valley River Trail, Donald M. Chinguacousy Park, Heart Lake & Albion Hills Conservation Area
- Shopping & Dining along Main St., Bramalea City Centre
- Peel Art Gallery and Museum (PAMA), The Rose Theatre, Garden Square
- Brampton Grow Green Environmental Master Plan,
- Gage Park Outdoor Skating Trail
- 2-min walk to Brampton GO Station
- 8 mins to Highway 407
- 9 minutes to Highway 410
- 10 mins to Highway 401
- ZUM Transit and Mount Pleasant GO Station is easily accessible
- The future Hurontario LRT
- 5 minutes to Bovaird Trail, Chinguacosy Trail and many more
- 4 mins to Innovation District
Why should you invest at Bristol Place !
A Talent Ecosystem of the Future
- Bristol Place is located at the hub of Brampton’s High-Tech Innovation District
Education & Training
- 21 Post-Secondary Institutions are located within an hour’s drive of Brampton
Location and Connectivity
- Brampton is located in the middle of the Toronto Waterloo Innovation Corridor, with easy access to all 400 series transcontinental highways
Steps to Brampton’s New Innovation District
- The new engine for high-tech growth and development in Brampton.