Bramalea Townhouses

When: built circa 1970-1972.

Where: Craigleigh Boulevard, Dearbourne Crescent, Dearbourne Boulevard (parts), Fleetwood Crescent.

Who: Bramalea Consolidated Developments Limited.

What I Know: These townhouses were built in 3 separate complexes: Clark Square in the C-Section, Dearbourne Court in the D-Section, and Bramalea Park in the F-Section. The complex in the F-Section was later marketed as the California Townhouses – although the floor plans appear to be the same (although with new names). It is the only complex of the 3 with a swimming pool.

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Toronto Daily Star, April 14, 1969

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Toronto Daily Star, June 27, 1970

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Toronto Daily Star, August 8, 1970

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Toronto Daily Star, September 19, 1970.

These 1,000 townhouses being built  around this time included the 3 Bramalea Consolidated Development areas shown here, but also includes the Gates of Bramalea  in the F-Section and Darras Court in the D-Section, both by other builders.

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Toronto Daily Star, October 10, 1970

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Toronto Daily Star, December 5, 1970

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Toronto Daily Star, January 30, 1971

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Toronto Daily Star, May 29, 1971

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Toronto Daily Star, June 19, 1971

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Toronto Daily Star, January 15, 1972

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