Yeah I always thought Mississauga Valleys was early 70s but they are actually late 70s and early 80s. Not just because the buildings themselves but also the massive open space around them. The buildings are Webb Dr. and Kariya Dr were only a few years later and they were built much closer together and closer to the sidewalk.I'm just offended that mississauga valley's were built in the 80's, they look like damn 60s buildings. it's not like the buildings back then were particularly interesting to begin with...
but something that I really like from brampton is the mount pleasant area by the GO station, areas like that should be the rule, not the exception. I wished that highrises on the city edges were like the 60s (except the towers in the park), because everyone likes a skyline
I like the way Creditview in Brampton is lined with townhouses but the GO station itself probably should have been surrounded with mid-rises or high-rises, something like what Markham is doing around Unionville GO.
The lack of new high-rises and mid-rises in Brampton is very strange. Even Oakville has their Uptown Core. And there was that whole anti-LRT debacle too. The anti-density and anti-transit attitudes in Brampton is not on the same level as in the US but it's closer to the US than anywhere else in the GTA.