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MOUNT PLEASANT SOUTH

ABOUT

Mount Pleasant is a progressive, liveable, walkable neighbourhood in northwest Brampton. It was planned and designed so that residents can easily access the GO station, ZUM bus rapid transit, and local shops, schools, library, civic square, and recreation centre. This transit-oriented community features an innovative urban structure with a series of mixed-use nodes along a strong transit spine, a variety of transit supportive built forms and the Mount Pleasant Village as its centre. The Mount Pleasant Community features extensive environmental restoration, in addition to doubling of the existing natural features, the associated improvements to East Huttonville Creek form one of the largest habitat creation projects in Ontario for the Endangered Redside Dace. The adjacent open space system and pathways connect people to parks, schools, commercial areas, transit and nearby neighbourhoods. The accessibility of these amenities help to encourage an active lifestyle and they’re all within walking distance for members of the community.

AMENITIES

Mount Pleasant Go Station - Train and Bus Station


ZUM bus rapid transit mobility hub


Civic Square incorporating a reflection pool/outdoor skating rink, public art, canopy structures, play area and landscaping features


Brampton Library - Mount Pleasant Village Branch


Mount Pleasant Village School - Peel District School Board


Future high school – Peel District School Board


Creditview Sandalwood Citywide Park


Natural heritage system and trails with access to the TransCanada Pipeline Trail and the Huttonville Creek Trail

LAND DETAILS

Status:

Completed


Acres:

92


Units:

483

MOUNT PLEASANT NORTH
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