Markham, Ontario   

Markham

Markham provides numerous attractions to visitors and tourists, like for example Heintzman House, Frederick Horsman Varley Art Gallery, Reesor Farm Market, Markham Heritage Estates, Cathedral of the Transfiguration, Thornhill village, Main Street Markham, Main Street Unionville, First Markham Place and Market Village, Forsythe Farm, and Milne Dam Conservation Park. Main Street Unionville provides more than seventy fashion boutiques and stores, fine dining restaurants, heritage festivals, outdoor summer concerts, and art galleries. Main Street Markham offers heritage and cultural festivals, pubs, restaurants, and farmers' market to tourists and locals alike. First Markham Place and Market Village is situated at the corner of Steeles Avenue and Kennedy Road, and it has two shopping complexes: Market Village within Markham and the Pacific Mall. Forsythe Farm shows what it is like to live amidst a country home setting.

There are hundreds of malls within the city of Markham, and amongst the most recognized ones are Market Village, Pacific Mall, and Markville Shopping Centre. There are even various Asian-oriented shopping centres within the region due to the large number of Asians in the area, mainly Chinese Canadian. The First Markham Place has numerous shops and restaurants that cater to everyone, and the Pacific Mall is popular amongst the Chinese, as it is a Chinese mall located on Steeles Avenue East and Kennedy Road. Apart from this, there is likewise the Market Village Mall and Splendid China Tower, which is considered to be the second largest shopping area within North America. It is preceded by the Golden Village within Richmond, British Columbia. For those who want to shop at smaller stores, they can visit Thornhill Square, The Shops on Steeles and 404, New Kennedy Square, Peachtree Centre, and Metro Square.

Historically, the town of Markham was once more industrially-active as opposed to the city of Toronto during the 19th century. The community had created distilleries, breweries, and created products for worldwide exports. Nowadays, the area has lots of major businesses situated within its city limits. Businesses like for example Apple Inc., Genesis Microchip, Honeywell, Sun Microsystems, Lucent, Toshiba, IBM and Motorola are just amongst the corporations who have made Markham City their permanent base for their businesses.




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Markham provides numerous attractions to visitors and tourists, like for example Heintzman House, Frederick Horsman Varley Art Gallery, Reesor Farm Market, Markham Heritage Estates, Cathedral of the Transfiguration, Thornhill village, Main Street Markham, Main Street Unionville, First Markham Place and Market Village, Forsythe Farm, and Milne Dam Conservation Park. Main Street Unionville provides more than seventy fashion boutiques and stores, fine dining restaurants, heritage festivals, outdoor summer concerts, and art galleries. Main Street Markham offers heritage and cultural festivals, pubs, restaurants, and farmers' market to tourists and locals alike. First Markham Place and Market Village is situated at the corner of Steeles Avenue and Kennedy Road, and it has two shopping complexes: Market Village within Markham and the Pacific Mall...
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