Bramalea neighbordhood of Brampton spans between Highway 410, Bovaird Drive, Airport Road, and Steeles Avenue. It was developed as a separate community from the city and was named after its Developer i.e. Bramalea Ltd. In initial days, The downtown area's centrepiece was the Civic Centre and directly across Team Canada Drive from the Civic Centre, Bramalea Limited had built a shopping centre named Bramalea City Centre. The two centrepieces were connected by a short underground passageway under Team Canada Drive.
Each phase of Bramalea was built with progressing first letters of street names. Development started with the "A" section, with street names like Avondale, Argyle and Aloma. Manitou Crescent thereafter followed by "B" section i.e. Braemar, Balmoral, Brookland and so forth. There are no other neighbourhoods in Brampton or even Ontario that follow this letter section pattern.
This is a great neighbourhood for commuters as it Offers convenience of Bramalea GO station and Bramalea Bus Terminal, which includes Brampton Transit & Mississauga transit buses.
Average home prices in this neighborhood is 735,000, which is quite affordable when compared to other neighbourhoods of Brampton. Less expensive homes are condos for sale in bramalea, bungalows or semi-detached two-story splits are also on offer, while more expensive options give you standard two-storey, two-car garage detached homes for sale in Bramalea. Majority of construction in this area had been between 1970-1990.