So you’re thinking about moving to Markham, Ontario and you have heard how great the city is. But you are still unsure if moving to Markham is the right move for you. You may have children and are unsure about schooling? How far is it from Toronto? Does Markham have public transportation? What is there to do? These are just some of the questions you may have, now let me help you answer them!
Markham is located about half and hour north of Toronto. York Region Transit & Viva serve the Markham community and are easily accessible throughout the city.
Viva is a rapid transit service. It runs through the busy parts of the city and throughout the York Region and connects with Toronto. Viva has buses arriving fifteen minutes or less seven days a week. If you drive the 407-toll highway runs through Markham as well as the 404. Residents of Markham have no trouble commuting in or out of the city.
There are approximately thirty elementary schools and fifteen high schools in Markham. They have both Catholic and public schools. Finding a school near your home for your children could not be easier. Markham is home to many shopping centers including Markville Shopping Center, the largest of all shopping malls in the city.
There is more than just shopping to do in Markham, there is something for everyone. There are about 10 arenas, more then five recreational centers, fifteen baseball diamonds, fifteen tennis courts, about ten public golf courses and about fifteen private courses. Markham also has its own theatre. You will definitely not run out of things to do.
If you are considering making Markham your home come see me, Martin MacFarlane. I know what Markham has to offer. Now let me show you!