Mount Pleasant Village, located in Northwest Brampton, is lovingly known referred to as an “urban transit village” because it was developed around an existing transit system and an active transportation plan. The Village, as it’s known, has lots of amenities and services close by, making it a highly walkable area that is south after to live in.
It’s also a very pedestrian-friendly community with convenient public transit close by, with both GO trains and buses that can bring it’s residents to nearby Toronto in under 40 minutes, with Waterloo, Guelph and Niagara close by as well. The new Brampton ZUM transit system also provides fast and efficient service all across the GTA. And those who drive love the convenience of nearby Highways 407, 410 and the 401.
The village is urban, sustainable, and innovative in many aspects, including its focus on public transit and walkability. And because its situated within a beautiful natural environment, residents here also enjoy access to woodland trails, acres of parkland, natural wetlands, and wildlife.
Mount Pleasant Village is a transit-oriented development (TOD) located in the northwest area of Brampton, around the new Mount Pleasant GO commuter train station on the inter-city rail line connecting Toronto with Georgetown, Guelph and Kitchener. Mount Pleasant acts as a mobility hub connecting inter-regional GO service (rail and bus) with Brampton local transit, including the upcoming Zum bus rapid service along Bovaird and the new bus service to the communities being developed to the north.
Northwest Brampton is booming! In Mount Pleasant everything you need is close by - restaurants, banks, places of worship, pharmacies, shops - including Fortino's Grocery, the Mount Pleasant Library, Community and Civic Centre and Theatre.
Here is a link to more information on amenities:
Mount Pleasant GO Station
Mount Pleasant Village Library
Brampton School Locator
The Village is centred around a landmark public amenity complex - a cultural and education centre including a community centre located within a reconstructed Brampton train station (the former downtown CPR station), a library and a two-story elementary school sharing facilities with the library and community centre. At the heart of the Village is the public square framed by a three-story row of live-work units that are accommodating commercial and service space.