Angus Glen South Village will be a development in northern Markham near the intersection of Major Mackenzie Drive East, and Kennedy Road.
Angus Glen was originally a farm that bred Black Angus Cattle and thoroughbred horses, until it was turned into two 18-hole championship golf courses in 1995. This site has been the host of the Canadian Open in 2002, and in 2007. Then in 2015 it acted as a host of the 2015 Pan American Games.
Lush and green, Angus Glen is a fixture in the area, and a prime destination for golfers from all over Ontario. Unionville, a neighbourhood of Markham to the south, is a charming, and historic community that was first settled in 1794, and has remained a quaint town within the larger city ever since. Pre-war shops and pubs line idyllic streets, parks are laden with ornate bandstands, and many other historic buildings like churches and mills can be found around every corner.