High-Rise Condo in Markham
This new structure is located in the Unionville neighborhood, between Birchmount Road and Enterprise Boulevard. The building’s plan is for a structure consisting of sleek, contemporary lines that would bring a touch of urban elegance to this expanding neighbourhood.
Introducing the Remington Group‘s latest modern addition to their master-planned Downtown Markham neighborhood.
Expect a wide range of floorplans to accommodate everyone from students at the future York University campus to expanding families wishing to settle down.
When discussing established Markham neighborhoods, it is only logical to begin with the two around our home. On both sides of Main Street, with its many small stores and restaurants, you’ll discover a variety of magnificent residences from different ages, including some historic homes.
The Markham GO station is ideally placed on the northern side of Old Markham Village, while Highway 7 and the neighboring 407 ETR provide several commuting alternatives across Markham and to Toronto and other GTA cities.
The GO Transit system includes rail and bus transit. There is one main road in Markham that offers travellers with an easy, traffic-free path from Stouffville to downtown Toronto. In addition, four major GO stations are located in Markham: Milliken, Unionville, Centennial, Markham, and Mt. Joy in Greensborough. At addition, there is a secondary station in Stouffville.
Highway 7, Highway 48 (also known as Markham Road or Main Street South of Important Mackenzie), 16th Avenue, McCowan, and 9th Line are among the major roads in Markham. The HWY 404 is an important route to downtown, whereas the HWY 407 is a toll road that will transport you East/West.
A variety of schools are available in the town. Nearby schools include Coledale Public School, Lincoln Alexander Public School, St. Patrick Catholic Elementary School, and Markham Public School.
In addition, those who like outdoor activities will find a wealth of magnificent parks and leisure facilities such as Angus Glen Community Centre, Milliken Community Centre, and the Markham Pan Am Centre, all of which provide swimming opportunities.
Four of Markham’s nine golf courses are private, while the other five are open to the public. This implies that even the most avid golfer will be occupied for days at a time. The York Downs Golf & Country Club, a private club with a dress code for its members, is the most elite in the city. Additionally, Bayview Country Club, which was built by Robbie Robinson and Doug Carrick, is an excellent alternative.
The 243-acre mixed-use development in downtown Markham is one of the region’s biggest and most disruptive. Once completed, it will include 10,000 homes, 3.4 million square feet of upscale office space, and a brand-new New York University campus. 2 million square feet of retail and restaurant space will be built within a few blocks, converting the neighborhood into a busy place to live, work, and study.
A community leisure center, a 20,000-seat sports, music, and community event complex, and integrated public transportation give additional commute possibilities. This master-planned community will be both ecologically and visually beautiful, with 72 acres of natural and planted park space, as well as public art, to round out its appeal.