Southwest Quadrant Renewal Plan

City Hall Campus On August 10, 2011, Brampton City Council approved the terms of agreement for the Southwest Quadrant Renewal Plan, which enabled the City to move forward with a creative solution to meet the City’s future administrative space needs and plans for revitalization of Brampton’s downtown.

The successful proposal, submitted by Dominus Construction Group, was a plan for a mixed-use development, with several new features including new administrative, parking and retail space, and a pedestrian-friendly cityscape.

Staff began moving in to the new building in November 2014, while minor finishing work continues. The building is expected to officially open to the public in June 2015.

The project includes a new nine-storey building at 41 George Street, called the West Tower, and a two-storey addition to the current City Hall. This addition is connected to the West Tower by a pedestrian bridge known as Heritage Way.

Together with the existing City Hall building, this project forms the new City Hall Campus. 


A strategic investment in Brampton’s downtown

This investment in the Southwest Quadrant Renewal Plan is another major building block in the ongoing evolution and revitalization of downtown Brampton, both in terms of contributing to the urban landscape as well as attracting private sector investment and opportunities.
 
Combined with other major projects like the Rose Theatre Brampton, Züm on Queen and Main Streets, restoration work at Alderlea and the Peel Art Gallery Museum and Archives, and several new condominium projects, Brampton’s downtown is experiencing an exciting resurgence.

We look forward to adding another signature building to our downtown core, further enhancing our reputation as a dynamic, world-class city.