Welcome to Cathedraltown in Markham Ontario
Cathedraltown in the Town of Markham, Ontario, gets its name from the Cathedral of the Transfiguration which is a landmark in this area. The community is bounded by Highway 404 to the west, Major MacKenzie Drive to the south, Cachet River to the east, and Elgin Mills Road to the north where it wraps around the historical community of Victoria Square.
Woodbine Avenue runs through Cathedraltown and essentially divides it into two main parts. The residential area on the east side of Woodbine is well established (beginning in 2006) and is centered around Hazelton Avenue. This part of the community existed first before the newer part west of Woodbine Avenue. The community west of Woodbine Avenue is the heart of the community as it is centered around the Cathedral. Construction began in this area around 2007 and is still being completed in 2012. Monarch developers have built most of the homes in this neighbourhood.
If you'd like to learn more about this area, we'd be happy to show you around. Send us an email or call our direct line at (905) 472-7155 and we'll be in touch quickly! (We know of a great cafe in the area and the coffee is on us!)
Schools in Cathedraltown | North Markham
This newly developed community was built in classical European style and was given the name Cathedraltown from the Cathedral of the Transfiguration, which sits at the centre of this beautiful old world neighbourhood.