Welcome to Amica Peel Village, the newest retirement residence in Brampton. Inviting and spacious, it combines a quiet, convenient location in an established neighbourhood with the nearby natural beauty of Flower City’s parks and scenic gardens.
What type of care is available at Amica Peel Village? Our nurses and wellness team are available 24/7. We offer exceptional hospitality, activities and amenities with personalized, professional care services. You can choose the option that best fits your needs:
What’s unique at Amica Peel Village
Enjoy the best of Brampton from your well-appointed home base in our safe, multi-storey building. Located on Main Street South between Elgin Drive and Charolais Boulevard, Amica Peel Village features relaxing common areas indoors and out, including the greenery-framed patio overlooking Etobicoke Creek—perfect for meeting neighbours for a cocktail or enjoying a coffee and newspaper. You can also take in the lush green space and springtime cherry blossoms of Kiwanis Memorial Park and Charles F. Watson and Family Park directly across the street. Residents enjoy strolling the paved walkways, people watching and even catching a glimpse of deer.
Exploring the neighbourhood
Amica Peel Village is on the doorstep of the Peel Village neighbourhood, known for its mature tree-lined streets and attractive homes. You’re close to urban amenities, including banks, health services, retail establishments, specialty grocery stores and the rolling green links of two golf courses, Peel Village Golf Course and Brampton Golf Course. Or, take advantage of scheduled shopping, errands and dining outings with transportation provided on our comfortable shuttle bus. Many seniors come to this sought-after area from neighbourhoods such as Rosedale Village and Mill Street.
Things to do around Amica Peel Village
it’s easy to explore Brampton and the surrounding area from our premium senior living residence. Take in a musical or theatrical show at The Rose Brampton or tour the latest exhibit at the Peel Art Gallery Museum & Archives. Our residents also enjoy memorable visits to the historical Four Corners neighbourhood, area festivals like the Winter Lights Festival, and annual events such as the Flower Parade and Fall Fair.