Brampton Neighbourhoods
Queen Street Corridor

In this Neighbourhood Guide, you'll find out more about the people who live here as well as the schools, parks and recreation facilities, homes, and more.

Neighbourhood Vibe

A dynamic neighbourhood with a vibrant atmosphere and a strong sense of community.

Property Pulse

Mostly condos and apartments, with a mix of older and newer homes. Spacious and bright units.

Community Canvas

A diverse and welcoming community, popular with families, recent immigrants, and young professionals.

What You'll Love

Proximity to Bramalea City Centre, parks, and schools. Great amenities and convenient transportation options.

Have a look around Queen Street Corridor.

Queen Street Corridor has a dynamic population, and is popular with recent immigrants, families with kids under 5, families with kids aged 5 to 9, people in their 20s, people in their 30s, and people in their 40s. The Queen Street Corridor is in south central Brampton, a corridor straddling Queen St from roughly Centre St in the west to Bramalea Rd in the east. This area is an extension of the downtown core to the west, and includes commercial areas, and an area of townhomes and single-detached homes in the west end, with high-rises in the west end. The Corridor has seen extensive redevelopment and revitalization since approximately 2010. This neighbourhood includes the Bramalea City Centre and Donald M. Chinguacousy Park, both of which also underwent redevelopment and revitalization, including a new transit terminal at Bramalea City Centre. Many changes and improvements were also made to the transportation system in this area, including new rapid transit. As well, six new condominium projects were completed, to bring more residents to the downtown and central area.

People & Families in Queen Street Corridor

Families with kids make up 48% of households in this neighbourhood, while couples without children make up 16% of households and 29% of households are one person living alone. People in Queen Street Corridor come from 148 different ethnic origins, and 55% are first-generation immigrants, while 28% are second-generation immigrants.

Neighbourhood Households

8,315

Neighbourhood Population

21,339

Household Size

  • 1 person - 28%
  • 2 persons - 28%
  • 3 persons - 19%
  • 4 persons - 14%
  • 5 or more persons - 9%

Household Types

  • One-person households - 28%
  • Non-family households - 4%
  • Families with children - 48%
  • Couples without children - 15%
  • Multiple families in household - 2%

Children Per Family

  • 1 child - 36%
  • 2 children - 25%
  • 3 or more children - 13%

Broad Age Ranges

  • 0 to 14 years - 20%
  • 15 to 64 years - 64%
  • 65 years and over - 14%

Most Common Ethnic Origins

  • East Indian - 21%
  • Canadian - 12%
  • Jamaican - 12%
  • English - 9%
  • Scottish - 6%

Age of Primary Household Maintainer

  • 15 to 24 years - 1%
  • 25 to 34 years - 15%
  • 35 to 44 years - 20%
  • 45 to 54 years - 20%
  • 55 to 64 years - 16%
  • 65 to 74 years - 12%
  • 75 to 84 years - 8%
  • 85 years and over - 3%

Specific Age Groups

  • 0 to 4 years - 7%
  • 5 to 9 years - 7%
  • 10 to 14 years - 6%
  • 15 to 19 years - 5%
  • 20 to 29 years - 13%
  • 30 to 39 years - 15%
  • 40 to 49 years - 12%
  • 50 to 59 years - 11%
  • 60 to 69 years - 8%
  • over 70 years - 7%

Having Fun in Queen Street Corridor

Fun is easy to find at the parks here. Parks in Queen Street Corridor feature playgrounds for kids, sports parks, and skating. There are 3 parks in Queen Street Corridor, with 50 recreational facilities in total. The average number of facilities per park is 16.

Number of Parks

3

Number of Recreation Facilities

50

Recreation Facilities in Neighbourhood Parks

  • Playgrounds - 3
  • Arena - 1
  • Rinks - 6
  • Tennis Courts - 8
  • Volleyball Courts - 13
  • Sports Fields - 3
  • Track - 1
  • Community Centres - 3
  • Splash Pad - 1
  • Skateboard Park - 1
  • Winter Sports Facility - 1
  • Outdoor Games Facilities - 2
  • BMX Track - 1
  • Botanical Garden - 1
  • Zoo - 1
  • Trails - 3
  • Arts/Performance Facility - 1
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Getting Around in Queen Street Corridor

There are 257 transit stops in this neighbourhood. Rail stations include Brampton. In this neighbourhood, there are mostly vehicle commuters and a mix of commuting within and outside the city.

Commute Destination for Residents

  • Commute within the city - 47%
  • Commute to another city - 52%

Commute Types

  • Vehicle - 68%
  • Transit - 23%
  • Walk/bike - 5%

Commute Times of Residents

  • 15 to 29 minutes - 34%
  • 30 to 44 minutes - 25%
  • 45 to 59 minutes - 10%
  • 60 minutes and over - 13%
  • Less than 15 minutes - 17%

Work and Education in Queen Street Corridor

In this neighbourhood, 27% of adult residents hold a bachelor's degree or higher and 58% have any postsecondary education. The manufacturing industry is the most common for residents.

Household Income

  • Under $30,000 - 19%
  • $30,000 to $39,999 - 11%
  • $40,000 to $49,999 - 10%
  • $50,000 to $59,999 - 11%
  • $60,000 to $69,999 - 9%
  • $70,000 to $79,999 - 8%
  • $80,000 to $89,999 - 6%
  • $90,000 to $99,999 - 4%
  • $100,000 to $124,999 - 7%
  • $125,000 to $149,999 - 3%
  • $150,000 to $199,999 - 2%
  • $200,000 and over - 0%

Most Common Occupations (Top 3)

  • Sales and service occupations - 25%
  • Trades, transport and equipment operators and related occupations - 18%
  • Business, finance and administration occupations - 17%

Most Common Industries (Top 3)

  • Manufacturing - 15%
  • Retail trade - 12%
  • Transportation and warehousing - 11%

Employment

  • Employed - 54% of people over age 15 are employed
  • Unemployed - 6% are unemployed
  • Not in the labour force - 39% are retired, students, homemakers, etc.

Queen Street Corridor Homes

In this neighbourhood, there are mostly condos and apartments. Queen Street Corridor has a dynamic population, with 55% of households having moved within the past 5 years and 18% having moved within the past year. It has a mix of older and newer homes and is mostly renter-occupied.

Home Types

  • Single-detached house - 4%
  • Semi-detached house - 0%
  • Duplex - 0%
  • Row house - 5%
  • Low-rise apartment/condo - 3%
  • High-rise apartment/condo - 85%

Condominium Status

  • Condominium - 43%
  • Not condominium - 57%

Number of Bedrooms in Homes

  • 1 bedroom - 23%
  • 2 bedrooms - 49%
  • 3 bedrooms - 23%
  • No bedrooms - 0%
  • 4 or more bedrooms - 3%

Period of Home Construction

  • 1961 to 1980 - 43%
  • 1981 to 1990 - 29%
  • 1991 to 2000 - 11%
  • 2001 to 2005 - 1%
  • 2006 to 2010 - 2%
  • 2011 to 2016 - 3%
  • 1960 or before - 7%

Renters & Owners

  • Owner - 36%
  • Renter - 63%

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