Victoria Square is an unincorporated community in Markham, Ontario, Canada The community was formed in the early nineteenth century. The first church (Primitive Methodist) was built in 1830s on the east side of 4th Line, where the cemetery is still located. The Wesleyan Methodists built a wood-frame church south of the Victoria Square corner in 1845. This was replaced by a red brick edifice in 1880. Victoria Square had an inn which was granted a tavern licence in 1849. A post-office was opened in 1854.
Today's residential development of the area began in the 1990s. Today, most of the farmlands have disappeared in the area and replaced with newer executive homes in the Unionville Hamlet. Most homes in the area are single-family dwellings. The community is bounded by 19th Avenue, Warden Ave, Woodbine Ave, and Major Mackenize Drive.
The most recent project in the Bishop's Gate by LiVante Development. Bishop's Gate is offering a contemporary mix of semi-detached homes, semi-linked townhomes and single detached homes, it is truly one of the most desirable new neighbourhoods in Markham. Just a quick drive from Highway 404, the homeowners enjoy easy access to green space, parks, schools, and the best that Victoria Square has to offer.
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