Gage Park Towns – Brampton

Gage Park named after Sir William J. Gage is Brampton’s oldest municipal park, originally opened in 1903. The park offers floral gardens, a gazebo, large trees, a fountain, trail for rollerblading and jogging, a children’s play area, a wading pool, summer evening concerts, and ice skating on the temperature-controlled skating trail.

Brampton is one of Canada’s largest and fastest growing cities. With a current population of over 600,000, Brampton’s young and diverse multicultural mosaic represents 209 distinct ethnic backgrounds mirrored with an eclectic mix of restaurants, boutiques, festivals, recreational and sport opportunities.

As Canada’s Flower City, Brampton showcases beautiful floral displays and natural retreats. Not just an award winning city of beauty, Brampton is one of only 11 cities in North America, to be designated as an International Safe Community by the World Health Organization.

The historical heart of modern Brampton has always been the intersection of Queen and Main Streets, later known as the “four corners”. This urban focal point has existed since the 1820s. Only a handful of people lived in the community at this time.

The City of Brampton is home to over 850 parks, 217 kilometres of City-owned trails and an excess of 3,600 hectares of parkland. Throughout Brampton’s parks there is something for everyone! Brampton offers playgrounds, picnic areas, natural areas, tennis courts, athletic fields, skateboard parks, cycling trails, rollerblading trails, running or walking trails, a ski hill and tons of open space.

Brampton Transit welcomes its community to a comfortable, friendly, reliable and frequent service with connections to surrounding transit systems. With over 35 routes to choose from, 29 of which are fully accessible, commuters can get where they need to go.

The new Peel Memorial Centre for Integrated Health and Wellness will provide the residents of Brampton and surrounding communities with a wonderful new health facility and easy access to a wide variety of traditional and alternative health care services. The hospital opening is scheduled for February 2017.


  • Rate – 8% annual fixed rate of return, paid quarterly.
  • Second mortgage financing – up
    to $2,500,000
  • Term: 18 months*
  • Payments are quarterly
  • $35,000 minimum
  • 33 Towns**
  • Deferred Lender Fee***- 2% annual fixed rate of  return, paid upon project completion
  • Eligibility- Cash, RRSP, TFSA, LIRA, LIF, RIF
  • Security- Principal secured via mortgage charge on property
  • Address: 17, 19 ,21 ,23 ,25 ,27 ,29 Clarence Street, Brampton, ON

*developer has option to extend term by 6 months
**units may very
***project completion: when units are sold and registered

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