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Storage Units in

Brampton, ON

Looking for clean and secure storage units in Brampton, ON? SmartStop Self Storage has convenient locations and storage options near Bramalea, Downtown Brampton, Heart Lake, and Peel Village.

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Storage Locations in Brampton

Moving to Brampton, ON

Living in Brampton, ON

Brampton is a city in the Toronto Metro Area, located about 75 minutes northwest of Toronto. With a population of more than 650,000, it is Canada’s ninth-largest city, and a popular destination for newcomers to Ontario. It is also the fifth-most diverse urban area in the nation, boasting an array of global cultures and a vibrant community of immigrants. Its comparatively affordable cost of living, abundance of parks, extensive public transit system, and wide selection of restaurants and retailers make it one of the best places to live in Ontario and an attractive location for families and young professionals looking for a tight-knit, community-focused home.

What’s the Cost of Living in Brampton? 

The cost of living in Brampton is about 8% lower than the Ontario average, but about 7% higher than the Toronto average.

  • Median Salary in Brampton: $61,000
  • Median Home Sale Price: $940,000
  • Average Rent (monthly): $1,880
  • Average Utilities (monthly): $287
  • Cost of Living in Brampton vs. Toronto: 7% lower
  • Cost of Living in Brampton vs. Vancouver: 9% lower

What Are the Best Neighbourhoods in Brampton? 

The city of Brampton comprises 12 neighbourhoods, with a range of options for residents of all ages and lifestyles. These are among the most popular neighbourhoods in Brampton.

  • Bramalea. Located near Highway 410 and Airport Road, Bramalea is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Brampton, full of shopping malls, parks, and public transit lines that connect to the rest of the city.
  • Downtown Brampton. Renovated to include modern venues such as the Rose Theatre, the historic Downtown Brampton (also known as “Old Brampton”) boasts a range of urban activities spanning art galleries, farmers markets, Gage Park, and more.
  • Heart Lake. Home to a large swath of conservation areas and parks (with options for biking, hiking, fishing, swimming, and golfing), Heart Lake is a vibrant Brampton hub that’s popular among young couples and families. A nearby plaza and quick access to the 410 make it a convenient place to settle down.
  • Peel Village. Full of pretty tree-lined streets and recently modernized homes, Peel Village is a quiet, picturesque neighbourhood in the heart of Brampton. Located near Etobicoke Creek, it’s a great destination for retirees who enjoy golf, recreation, and a relaxed pace with close access to the rest of the city.

Regardless of which neighbourhood you decide to move to, SmartStop Self Storage offers storage units in Brampton within 10 kilometres of Bramalea, Downtown Brampton, Heart Lake, and Peel Village to suit all your storage needs, including an all-weather loading bay as well as climate-controlled units to protect your belongings throughout the year.

What Are Iconic Things to Do in Brampton? 

Brampton offers a variety of activities and experiences all year long. From parks and ranches to historic properties, these are some of the top things to do in Brampton.

  • Gage Park. As Brampton’s oldest park, this 28.80-hectare area features floral gardens, rollerblading and jogging trails, a wading pool, and seasonal activities such as summer concerts and winter ice-skating.
  • The Big ‘R Apple Farm. For over 40 years, this Brampton farm has opened its doors to locals on the weekend to pick fresh fruits and vegetables — including a wide selection of apple varieties and seasonal vegetables such as okra, squash, sweet corn, and more.
  • Claireville Conservation Area. The conservation area is home to a rich array of biodiversity, including dozens of bird species, white deer, and more. With options for overnight camping (perfect for stargazing) and horseback riding, Claireville is the perfect weekend escape from the city whether you’re a resident or visitor.
  • Historic Bovaird House. Purchased in 1929 by James Bovaird, a world-renowned horse breeder, this Brampton farmhouse is now open to the public and boasts an eclectic collection of 19th-century artifacts.

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Other Cities in the Toronto Metropolitan Area

SmartStop Self Storage has more than 157 facilities across 118 cities in the U.S. and Canada combined. If you live outside of the Brampton area, take a look at all our storage facilities in the Toronto Metropolitan Area to see if there’s a location closer to your neighbourhood.

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