New Detached Homes & Townhomes in Unionville


A new master-planned community by
Minto Communities and Metropia.


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Urban Living With Small Town Charm

Union Village delivers a modern lifestyle without compromise. The master-planned community sits next to the charming heritage village of Unionville, and within the thriving metropolis of Markham. Residents will join one of the fastest growing municipalities in Ontario and the most ethnically diverse community in Canada. This is one of the only places where historic fairs and thriving business centres overlap.

It’s a place where, in a population of 350,000+, you’ll still meet familiar faces when you walk down the street. It’s social connection and access to infrastructure in one amazing package. The best of all worlds.


Neighbourhood Map

Food & Dining
  1. Smash Kitchen and Bar
  2. Il Postino
  3. Next Door Restaurant
  4. Ambiyan
  5. Blacksmith’s Bistro
  6. JOEY Markville
  7. Phoenix Restaurant
  8. Loblaws
  9. The Village Grocer
  10. Peter’s Fine Dining
  11. Whole Foods Market
  12. Frankie Tomatto’s
  1. CF Markville
  2. Pacific Mall Gourmet Centre
  3. Main Street Unionville
  4. SmartCentre Markham Woodside
  5. Costco Wholesale
  1. Toogood Pond Park
  2. Milne Dam Conservation Park
  3. Bur Oak Park
  4. Angus Glen Golf Club
  5. Upper Unionville Golf Club
  1. Unionville Montessori Private School
  2. Stonebridge Public School
  3. Pierre Elliott Trudeau High School
  4. All Saints Catholic Elementary School
  5. St. Matthew Catholic Elementary School
  6. Beckett Farm Public School
  7. Unionville High School
  8. Bill Crothers Secondary School
Community Centres & Libraries
  1. Markham Village Community Centre
  2. Old Unionville Community Centre
  3. Unionville Library
  1. Downtown Markham
  2. Cineplex Cinemas Markham & VIP
  3. Markham Pan Am Centre
  4. Main Street Unionville
  5. Berczy Square
  6. Varley Art Gallery of Markham
  7. McKay Art Centre
  8. Flato Markham Theatre
  9. GoodLife Fitness Markham Birchmount
  10. Markville Fitness
  11. CrossFit Markham

Everything Within Reach

When you live at Union Village, everything is within easy reach. Travel across town, downtown, or out of town. Get to the office. Get to class. Get everywhere you need to go, thanks to a network of transit options and a location bursting with great neighbourhood amenities.

YRT / Viva Bus 1 minute
Unionville Montessori Private School 1 minute
Toogood Pond Park 2 minutes
Varley Art Gallery of Markham 3 minutes
Markville Mall 4 minutes
William Berczy Public School 4 minutes
Unionville High School 5 minutes
Markville Secondary School 5 minutes
T&T Supermarket 5 minutes
Main Street Unionville 6 minutes
Markham Pan Am Centre 6 minutes
Whole Foods 7 minutes
Flato Markham Theatre 7 minutes
Pacific Mall 10 minutes
Rouge Valley Park 11 minutes
Seneca College Markham Campus 11 minutes
Bruce’s Mill Conservation Park 12 minutes
York University 19 minutes
Highway 407 6 minutes
Highway 404 15 minutes
Highway 401 30 minutes

Downtown Toronto 45 minutes
Ryerson University 48 minutes
U of T 52 minutes

the thriving city of markham

Union Village sits within Markham, Canada’s 16th largest city, packed with an eclectic mix of old and new. Enjoy a vibrant downtown with urban amenities and cultural attractions that include award-winning community centres and libraries, top-performing schools, prestigious neighbourhoods, exciting events, and an array of retail, restaurants, and entertainment.

The Markham Museum tells the story of the city’s history and growth.

The Flato Markham Theatre hosts over 300 performances each season, everything from operas to odes to David Bowie.

This city is home to over 200 parks and Markham’s Green Spine, connecting Rouge Park, the Milne Dam Conservation area, Mount Joy Lake Park, and Toogood Pond Park.

Markham is one of a handful of “majority-minority” cities in the country, where a plethora of diverse ethnic groups combine to create an incredible tapestry of cultures. It’s no wonder that it’s the ideal place to welcome new experiences and find the things that feel like home.

The Charm of Historic Unionville

Dating back 225 years, the historic town of Unionville attracts thousands of visitors annually. People flock to Main Street to see the inviting storefronts, century homes, and charming streetscapes that create a postcard-perfect small town.

Village favourites include:

The Varley Art Gallery featuring original works by F.H. Varley and his fellow peers in the renowned Group of Seven.

Flavours of Unionville selling ice cream by the scoop from a walk-up window. The Old Firehall Confectionery a destination for artisanal chocolates and confections in the old community firehall from the early 1800s.

The Unionville Festival an annual summer event featuring dancing, concerts, a kids’ fun zone, a 5K race, local vendors and a grand parade.

A Solid Place To Grow

Markham’s economy is diverse and includes strong industry clusters in technology, life sciences, financial services, design, engineering, and more. Here, businesses find skilled workers from around the world who are drawn to Markham for its exceptional quality of life and solid opportunities for growth. This is where fortune, talent, and wellbeing intersect.

Canada’s 16th largest municipality.

One of the fastest growing and most culturally diverse cities in Canada.

The future home of a $253 Million York University campus.

Top 20 Employers include IBM Canada, Honda Canada, EnerCare, and more.

Home to more than 400 Canadian head offices and over 1,000 technology and life sciences companies.

Home to 214 parks, 163 kilometres of trails, 8 golf courses, and 36 community centres.

Highly skilled population with over 60% have completed post-secondary education.

A high tech capital: 1,500 technology companies generating over 37,000 jobs.

An innovation hot spot for exciting start-ups, established tech businesses, R&D networks, industry leaders.

A leader in foreign direct investment.


9492 Kennedy Road

Markham, Ontario, L6C-1N7

Hours of Operation

Temporarily closed.