ERA Architects

Brampton Heritage Theatre

The Heritage Theatre, formally the Capital Theatre, has a long history within the city of Brampton. Built in 1923 to feature silent movies and then transformed into a performance theatre, it has a long legacy in being host to up-and-coming stars. The construction of the new Performing Arts Centre nearby marked the development of Brampton’s Heritage Theatre Block.

In anticipation of this development, ERA was engaged by the City of Brampton to develop a two-phase redevelopment strategy for the Heritage Theatre Block. Phase One of the work involved the development of a short-term improvement strategy consisting of exterior repairs and improvements. Phase Two involved the preparation of a Long Term Redevelopment Strategy and an Adaptive Re-use Business Strategy Report.

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2005 to the present (05-028-03)

Phase One:
Conservation Strategy

Phase Two:
Redevelopment and Adaptive Re-use Strategy