Discover a premium senior living experience at Amica Unionville, a welcoming retirement residence in Markham. Here, you can enjoy the best of both worlds: a historic community with heritage buildings and scenic riverside trails, and the convenient services of a thriving GTA city.
What type of care is available at Amica Unionville? Our nursing and wellness team is available 24/7. We combine exceptional hospitality, activities and amenities with professional care services. You can choose the option that best fits your needs:
What’s unique at Amica Unionville
Our prime location on Main Street Unionville puts us in the heart of the community, easily accessed by Highway 407 or Highway 7. Bright and modern, our well-appointed nine-storey building features inviting suites, some with 12-foot ceilings. The oversized aquarium at our main entrance, filled with graceful fish, is a favourite meeting spot. Relax and visit with friends and neighbours on the large sunny terrace, bordered by shade trees and colourful plantings. We are pleased to offer a town car service for our residents, for local errands or appointments. Many of our residents join us from Unionville and other communities in Markham, as well as Richmond Hill, north Scarborough and Thornhill.
Exploring the neighbourhood
The tranquil green space of Mildred Temple Park is just across the road from Amica Unionville. It offers benches, wildlife viewing opportunities and paved waking trails along the winding Rouge River. A neighbouring medical building includes a pharmacy, dental office, physiotherapy, physicians and other health services. Take a seat on the terrace to watch all the activity on the adjacent community sports fields. Nearby Enterprise Boulevard is a bustling destination for restaurants, cafes and shops.
Things to do around Amica Unionville
Come aboard our dedicated shuttle bus for scheduled outings to points of interest around the area. In historic Unionville, established in 1794, you’ll find a bandstand with living music, as well as an appealing variety of independent boutiques, galleries and restaurants, many of which are housed in beautiful heritage buildings. Downtown Markham offers attractions like a merry-go-round and outdoor skating rink in addition to eateries and shops. Markville Mall is a popular destination, as are the walkable trails and green spaces of Toogood Pond Park. Take in a live theatre performance at Flato Markham Theatre or in Toronto’s Theatre District. Other excursions include Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada in Toronto, Niagara-on-the-Lake, the Varley Art Gallery of Markham, and scenic drives.