The townhouses of Beehive Lane are conveniently located off of McCowan Road just north of 16th Avenue in Markham. Close to highway 407 to the south and Major MacKenzie to the north these suites are ideally located in York region. The three bedroom suites in this new development features hardwood flooring on all three levels, ceramic tile and granite counter tops in the kitchen and many large windows. Extended stay guests will find shopping, restaurants and entertainment nearby at various neighbourhood plazas or at Markville Shopping Centre.
- 2100 sq. ft.
- Spacious Bedrooms with Queen Size Beds
- Private Balconies
- Laundry Facilities (In Suite)
- Dedicated Workspace
- Parking Available
- Bi-Weekly Housekeeping
- Fully Equipped Full Size Kitchens
- Complimentary Wireless Internet
- Free Local Calling with Voice Mail
- Free TV Cable Service
- Entertainment Centers with LCD TV & DVD
- Quality Bed and Bath Linens
Beehive is located in Wismer Commons, a residential neighbourhood in the city of Markham. Located north of 16th Avenue, west of Highway 48 and east of McCowan Road, it borders what is still rural Markham to the north.
Food / Grocers
The Garden Basket Food Market was voted #1 organic food stores by the readers of the Markham Economist & Sun. The family-owned grocery store has been in operation in Ontario since 1929.
You can buy local organically grown fruits and vegetables, as well as baked goods, preserves, flowers, and much more at Main Street Markham Farmers' Market at 132 Robinson Street from May to October, every Saturday, 8 am - 1 pm.
Shopping Markville Mall is a two-storey, 981,000 square foot retail centre with over 160 stores, including 6 anchor tenants: Hudson’s Bay, Best Buy Old Navy, Walmart Supercentre, Winners/Homesense, and Sporting Life.
Markham Museum (formerly The Markham District Historical Museum and later Markham Museum & Historic Village) is a 25-acre (10 ha) open-air museum dedicated to the preservation of old buildings and artefacts from Markham's past, especially as a rural village has become an urban centre. The site features nearly 30 buildings: houses, barns, sheds, a train station, a school, a general store, a church, a blacksmith, a harness shop, a saw mill, a cider mill, and many more.
Take advantage of your close proximity to Angus Glen Golf Club, home of the 2002, 2007 Canadian Open and the host golf venue for the 2015 Pan Am Games.
If you’re looking for a beautiful private golf course in the area, York Downs Golf & Country Club is a 27-hole premier golf club in Unionville.
Milne Dam Conservation Park is a 123-hectare park bound by thick forest on the southern and eastern edges, with the Rouge River through the middle. It offers 2.3 kilometres of trails suitable for walking, jogging and cycling. The significant wetlands, forests and open space provide opportunities for watching migratory birds like Blue Jays, chickadees, woodpeckers, Blue Herons, and Baltimore Orioles. The park also has picnic shelters that can accommodate up to 100 people. Fishing is allowed with a MNR permit
Travel / Transportation
The Mount Joy Go Station is conveniently located in Wismer Commons. The train and bus service travels to Union Station in downtown Toronto, York University and Uxbridge.