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Just west of Highway 404, Bayview Hill is an elegant master-planned community that began development in the 1990s and has attracted continued development. Homes in Bayview Hill are renowned for their expansive yards – lot frontage ranges from 50 to 120 feet – and a wide selection of high-end homes. In the neighbourhood of Bayview Hill, residents are treated to safe school walking routes, mature trees, a vibrant community centre, and a convenient selection of local amenities for shopping, dining, and recreation.

Bayview Hill

Beaver Creek Business Park is Richmond Hill’s largest and southernmost business park. Covering over 600 acres, Beaver Creek comprises a significant portion of Richmond Hill’s total employment land. Located near major transportation corridors including Highways 7, 407 and 404, the business park is home to a variety of businesses from a number of industry sectors.

Beaver Creek Business Park

The community of Crosby features homes that are generally more mature and include semi-detached two-storey homes and bungalows, detached two-storeys and bungalows, and the occasional rebuild. Many are large and flush in mature trees and bushes. There are multiple schools in the area, and various parks provide a range of recreational activities for resident families, including one of the largest playground structures in Ontario.


The Devonsleigh neighbourhood has spacious homes, well-established nearby schools, abundant park space, a shopping plaza with a good selection of stores and restaurants, a movie theatre, and even a furniture store and auto dealers.


Just north of Highway 7, Doncrest is an affluent neighbourhood of single-family detached and townhome properties with a number of nearby schools. The area has quick access to major transit options including Highway 407 and Highway 404/Don Valley Parkway, as well as local buses up and down Bayview Avenue.


Harding is a family-friendly neighbourhood that features an exceptionally diverse housing stock – from bungalows to large single-family homes, townhomes to apartment buildings – on large, wide lots, with a wealth of shopping and dining-out options close by, along with convenient proximity to local transit.


Along the west side of the Highway 404 corridor – and just north of the Beaver Creek Business Park – the Headford Business Park is an ever-expanding business park housing a variety of knowledge-based industries.

Headford Business Park

One of Richmond Hill's newer communities, Jefferson is largely surrounded by lush greenery and farmland, offering area residents the convenience of Yonge Street and the peace of small-town living. In its southeast corner, the more recent development of Jefferson Forest has proven especially attractive to many young families.


Just north of Highway 407, the community of Langstaff offers a wide range of residential properties, from luxurious townhouses and modern condominiums to newer single-family homes and semi-detached. In its south end, along Highway 7, is a cluster of big-box stores, as well as the Langstaff GO Transit station, offering easy access by commuter train to downtown Toronto's Union Station.


Mill Pond is a large neighbourhood in Richmond Hill that is host to many heritage homes on fairly large lots. The area is populated by two-storey homes and bungalows, with many backing onto walking trails or parkland. The Richmond Hill Performing Art Centre is within walking distance. The pond itself attracts many visitors and local residents alike, with its lush setting home to a variety of wildlife species including ducks, swans, racoons, and beavers. Each year, Mill Pond is home to the Richmond Hill Winter and Summer Carnivals.

Mill Pond