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Brampton Apartments for Rent

Celebrating its sesquicentennial anniversary in 2003, Brampton is experiencing tremendous economic growth right now. Once thought of as quaint, the city of 350,000+ is expanding steadily and features many apartment rentals for those interested in living within its borders.

Located directly north of Mississauga, Canada's 13th largest city is adjacent to Canada's largest airport and Highways 401, 410, 427 and 407. Brampton salutes its heritage with the preservation and utilization of historical buildings such as the Heritage Complex, a former county jail, now home to a museum, art gallery and archives; Bovaird House, a 17th century farmhouse outfitted with original 17th century furnishings; a former vaudeville and silent movie house converted into a live theatre and concert venue; a designated heritage railway station; a 17th century county court house restored to the 1920-25 period; and the entire heritage village of Churchville.

As it continues to grow, Brampton remains focused on offering a healthy lifestyle to residents and visitors alike. Brampton has more parks per capita that any other municipality in Canada. The three most notable parks are: Chinguacousy Park, with its 100 acres housing its own animal farm and barn; a teahouse, formal gardens, greenhouse, two ponds, baseball diamonds, football and soccer fields, tennis courts, 400 metre running track and curling rink, not to mention the miniature golf course. In the winter there is a small downhill ski-hill with rope tow and t-bar; Professor's Lake, a 100-acre lake with sandy beach and docks.

The historic Gage Park is a 5-acres of green space steps from the downtown hub, providing the perfect venue for summer time music showcases and special events that attract many of the city's residents. In the winter months, a temperature-controlled, artificial ice surface winds in and about century old trees with the gazebo as its centrepiece.

Performing and cultural arts enthusiasts will enjoy the Heritage Theatre, Lester B. Pearson Theatre the Cyril Clark Library Theatre, several public art galleries, libraries, and multiplex movie theatres.

A year of festivals begins with the ringing in of the New Year at Gage Park, with activities for children, skating, bands performing in the gazebo, bonfires and fireworks. The opening and closing of the Farmers Market seasons is a festival of the beginning of the fresh fruits and vegetables being brought into the Main Street from local farmers, and the end of the season. On July 1st everyone celebrates Canada Day at Chinguacousy Park with entertainment, fishing, displays, and a fanfare of spectacular fireworks. Only one of many festivals, Carabram is a multicultural celebration with pavilions representing countries from around the world.

Rental accomodation in Brampton is still relatively inexpensive and offer an opportunity to live in this great community.  To view apartments for rent in Brampton, simply click on the links below.

11 Knightsbridge Road
3 Knightsbridge Road
5 Kings Cross Road
507 Balmoral Drive
75,80,85,90 Orenda Road
800-806 Clark Blvd.
92 Balmoral Drive