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The Armitage neighbourhood, or Armitage Village, is in south central Newmarket. Armitage is a predominantly residential neighbourhood, but also has restaurant, retail and commercial areas in the west, along Yonge Street and along Mulock Drive. The neighbourhood offers plenty of green space and cycling and walking trails. An ecological park is located in the eastern region, and a golf course borders the neighbourhood in the southeast. Housing is a mix of larger detached homes, mainly from the 1980s, freehold and condo townhomes, and low-rise apartment buildings,


The Bristol-London neighbourhood is in north central Newmarket, and is a well-established, older neighbourhood than some of the more recent developments in Newmarket. Housing is mostly large single-detached homes on good-sized lots, as well as semi-detached homes, and bungalows. Along Yonge Street, the area's western border, lies a commercial area, including restaurants and a movie theatre, and Upper Canada Mall and other large retail stores are just on the other side of Yonge Street.


Central Newmarket is a historic area that was once a farming community and incorporated as a village in 1857. Today the area features residential areas in the centre, with commercial and service areas lining the thoroughfares that border the area: Yonge Street to the west, Davis Drive to the north, Bayview Drive to the east, and Mulock Drive to the south. Newmarket's Main Street runs through this neighbourhood. The area has a great variety of features; historic buildings, town hall, museum, offices, the Riverwalk Commons, trails, bike paths, parks, Fairy Lake, library, and pubs and cafés. Housing in the core is mostly single detached in a real mix of age and architectural styles, from century homes to bungalows. There are also townhomes and low-rise apartment buildings.

Central Newmarket

The Glenway Estates neighbourhood is in northwest Newmarket. The area features parklands, a recreation complex, and is just south of the Upper Canada Mall and Yonge Street's big box stores. Housing is newer single-detached homes on large lots, large semi-detached homes, as well as two-storey homes on narrower lots. The area's development is ongoing, with infill projects featuring single-detached homes and elegant townhomes

Glenway Estates

Gorham-College Manor is located just west of highway 404 and it bordered by Davis Drive to the north. The area contains primarily detached and semi-detached homes in addition to some townhomes. Most of the homes were built in the early 1990's.

Gorham-College Manor

Huron Heights is a residential neighbourhood in northeast Newmarket. It is a well-established family neighbourhood, with parks and trees, and with a mix of housing, including mostly single-detached homes built in the late 1980s and 1990s in a real range of styles, as well as townhomes and condos. The area is close to Highway 404, convenient for commuters. The western region of the neighbourhood features conservation areas and a multi-use trail system. The Leslie Valley neighbourhood is in northeast Newmarket, directly south of the Huron Heights neighbourhood. The neighbourhood is well-established, with a number of parks and schools, a health centre, seniors' residence, and amenities spread throughout the area. The area has easy access to Highway 404, for commuters. It is also close to the many stores and restaurants just on the other side of Yonge Street, which is the eastern boundary. Housing is mixed, with mostly single detached homes built in the 1980–90s, but also semi-detached, townhomes, and apartment buildings, as well as some estate homes on large properties.

Huron Heights-Leslie Valley

The Newmarket Industrial Park is a narrow strip between Leslie St and Highway 404, and from Mulock Dr in the south to Green Lane E in the north. It is an industrial and business park, with some eateries, retail stores, and a motel near Leslie St and Davis Dr.

Newmarket Industrial Park

The Stonehaven-Wyndham residential neighbourhood is in southeast Newmarket. This is an affluent neighbourhood that features an enclave of executive detached homes on large lots, large 2-storey detached homes on narrower lots, as well as areas of townhomes. The neighbourhood includes the Magna Centre, a community and recreation centre. The northwest corner has some light industry and retail. A golf course lies in the the southwest, and there is a trail system through the natural area bordering a conservation area in the west. The southeastern area has a large subdivision surrounding a park at its centre.


Summerhill Estates is a newer neighbourhood in Newmarket, located in the southwest corner. Development in this area began in the 1990s and is ongoing, but has established parks and schools. The western region borders a conservation area and is still wooded. Housing is a mix of large detached homes on large lots, large 2-storey homes on narrower lots, townhomes, and semi-detached homes. The area has good access to both Highway 400 and Highway 404.

Summerhill Estates

The Woodland Hill neighbourhood is in Newmarket's northwest corner and is bordered on the north and west sides by farmland. Upper Canada Mall is in the southeast corner of Woodland Hill, and a number of big-box stores, services, and restaurants are located along Yonge Street, which forms the area's eastern boundary. Built in the mid-2000s, Woodland Hill features a mix of large single detached homes, semi-detached homes and townhomes. Development is ongoing.

Woodland Hill