Mount Pleasant South

March 2021

Mount Pleasant South

Brampton, Ontario

Brampton's modern urban transit village.


Brampton, Ontario




90 acres


475 units

Mount Pleasant is a progressive, liveable, and walkable neighbourhood in northwest Brampton. It was planned and designed with an active lifestyle in mind, 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.

Site plan

Community plan

Area context map

  • Parks

  • Creditview Sandalwood Citywide Park
  • Natural heritage system and trails with access to the TransCanada Pipeline Trail and the Huttonville Creek Trail
  • Recreation

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

  • Mount Pleasant Village School Public School – Peel District School Board
  • Future high school – Peel District School Board

Mount Pleasant South in the News

JUNE 2013

The Globe and Mail

A new model of urbanity in a sprawling suburban city


Brampton Guardian

Landowners to pay city’s cost of project


City of Brampton

A New Transit-Oriented Neighbourhood in Brampton

JUNE 2012

Brampton Guardian

City wins national heritage award