Located to the west of the Bramalea City Centre is a cluster of high-rise towers mirroring the cluster in the K-Section on the east side. This particular area has some of the tallest buildings in Bramalea, but in general many of the towers are not as tall as those in the K-Section. Also, many of the towers in this area are rentals.
This section has more of a suburban atmosphere compared to the K-Section with four of the towers located on a cul-de-sac. The image below (from Bing Maps) shows how the land surrounding many of the buildings has been utilized as outdoor recreation space for the residents of the towers. Fences and gate-houses surround some of the towers with camera monitoring systems for more security.
Many of the units on the west side have spectacular views of Chassels Lake. On the other side of the lake is the 25-storey Norton Lake Residence a recent tall addition to the Bramalea skyline. Behind 190 Clark Boulevard it appears that a new 22-storey condo tower is in the works, called Indigo Bay, but I cannot find much information on the building.
The area has a mixture of older style buildings with a strong brick facade and newer buildings with more glass. Image below courtesy of Google Street View.
Early plans for Bramalea did suggest tall buildings near the City Centre, as seen in this image below from the 1958 Master Plan and below it an advertisement from a decade later.
Portion of an advertisement from the Toronto Star, March 9, 1968. Tall towers are highlighted in the yellow boxes.
The 1969 Master Plan does specify high-density housing (shown as the darkest shading) within and around the City Centre area, as shown below:
Portion of the 1969 Master Plan
The tallest building in Bramalea is the Ritz Tower condominium. According to an early newspaper article, both of the towers in the complex were built as rentals, but the taller tower was converted to condominiums not long after it was erected. It appears that they both have the same plans. I do not have the plans for the condominium units other than the ones shown in some of the advertisements. Below are some advertisements and articles about the condominium building:
Toronto Star, May 10, 1986
Toronto Star, October 18, 1986