THE AREA ROUGE PARK
MARGO brings chic, charm, and a touch of class to the ever-evolving Markham scene in constant motion. As Canada’s most multicultural city, it’s proudly home to an array of gems in nature, the arts, science, and history.
Among the city’s most compelling assets is Rouge Park, the lush, magnificent “green spine” connecting the broader Markham community to its city centre. Discover what the 365-acre Mine Dam Conservation Area, the distinctive Toogood Pond Park, and 16.6-acre Mount Joy Lake Park have to offer.
BUSTLING ART & CULTURE SCENE
MARGO is also beside a treasure cove of indoor pursuits to feed the mind. Set on a 25-acre site is the Markham Museum. Another key cultural asset is the Varley Art Gallery, which hosts rotating exhibitions and regular art classes for all.
RICH, COMPELLING HISTORY
Markham’s history isn’t limited to mere displays in museums. Join 100,000+ tourists each year to explore Unionville’s unique heritage district, or visit the historic Heintzman House, one of the oldest in the region.
SCHOOLS & EDUCATION
A family-friendly atmosphere awaits your loved ones, with esteemed schools and plenty of opportunities to seek continuing education. Join a community that values work and play; knowledge and creativity — and pave the path toward tomorrow.
With the proliferation of state-of-the-art enterprises calling it home, Markham is the poster child for the new Canadian economy. Hubs such as the IBM Innovation Incubator Project and the GM Canada Technical Centre are redefining the key pillars of Markham.