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High-density, mixed-use places create fertile business environments and drive high sales and profitability for retailers and restaurants. At the heart of the future of Markham, Ontario – Canada’s “High Tech Capital” – is the groundbreaking 243-acre, high density achievement, developed and built by The Remington Group: DOWNTOWN MARKHAM.

Downtown Markham is positioned to become the epicentre of Markham – a world class community located a short distance from Canada’s economic engine, Toronto. With globally competitive companies, new infrastructure, attractive amenities, convenient transportation links, exploding population, and a highly educated workforce, Downtown Markham will be the leading shopping and entertainment address in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) by 2015.

Defined by the scenic, historic Rouge River Valley along its north border, Downtown Markham will feature 72 acres of parks and gardens. With a list of superlatives underscoring our downtown – it is the largest mixed-use, LEED (Leadership in Environmental and Energy Design) registered project in North America – Downtown Markham offers the best of urban sophistication with proximity to elegant, park side repose. Café culture amidst a desirable tenant mix awaits our affluent client base with a penchant for shopping.

Remington offers value add with shops, restaurants, cinemas, parking, transit access, location visibility, destination parks all in one vibrant location. In today’s competitive market place, Downtown Markham’s shoppers will return to your business over and over again, because in Downtown Markham, Retail comes to Life.

The Remington Group is implementing a retail plan that captures the magic every great city has – where everything you want and need is right at your fingertips. Today, Downtown Markham is a retail location where your clients can SETTLE FOR EVERYTHING.

Where Retailing Comes to Life

Retail will come to life through our commitment to create a sense of place architecturally and instinctively. Special event programming in a world-class town square designed by award-winning landscaping architects; technologically advanced convention facilities next to Landmark Park; luxury hotels; and world-class public art programming chosen in an international competition under the guidance of a New York arts and entertainment firm defines our point of difference. Downtown Markham will showcase the finest artworks from galleries and artists for display in public spaces throughout the community for residents, visitors, shoppers, employees and all to share.


Markham in the Greater Toronto Area

The Town of Markham is located in the centre of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) consisting of 29 municipalities and regions and is home to over 5 million people. Strategically located in the heart of the GTA and just north of the City of Toronto, the region is well served by a network of 400 series highways. Highways 404 and 400 provide north-south access and the toll Highway 407 provides east-west access through the region. The large supply of serviced commercial and residential development land will continue to allow York Region to grow long into the future.

High Tech Capital

Markham has become known as the ‘high tech capital’ of Canada. More than 400 corporate offices and over 900 high technology and life science companies have chosen to locate in Markham. The employment generated by the high tech and life science sectors account for over a quarter (31,000) of the current total employment of 137,000. The combination of high quality facilities, easy highway access, a highly educated workforce and a pro-business environment has made Markham home to many world-renowned corporations like IBM, American Express, Motorola, and Honeywell to name a few.

Markham has emerged from being a bedroom community to one of only five municipalities which were net importers of labor in the entire GTA. With over 137,000 jobs in Markham and a total labor force of 111,600 (2006 Census), 37,770 reported they worked locally. This means there is a large in-flow of workers from other areas of the GTA. This trend is supported by recent traffic studies that show the increase in the reverse commuting out of the City of Toronto to Markham. Based on a 2001 study, the outflow commute has reached a level of approximately 70% of the peak in-bound traffic flow.

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