The name Newmarket was derived from the fulltime market that saw in the downtown area, which grew substantially well into the 19th century. Newmarket lies north of the city of Toronto and within the Greater Toronto Area and is part of the Golden Horseshoe. Newmarket has been beautifully maintained the downtown heritage conservation district for over 100 years. The real estate market includes bungalows, detached and semi-detached houses, townhouses, and country homes.
Many lots are larger and make commercial investors or residential investors opportunities more attractive. With access to all necessary amenities, Newmarket has 15 elementary schools, 4 secondary schools, 6 Catholic schools and one Christian elementary school (private). Newmarket’s health care is given by Southlake Regional Health Centre. There are many modes of transportation to are available to people in Newmarket such as York Region Transit service, VIVA Blue service, VIVA Yellow Service and GO Transit that all connect with Toronto Transit at different locations in routes. When driving to Toronto, drivers can use Davis Drive or Vivian Road/Mulock Drive then proceed to Highway 404 to connect to Highway 400 by using Highway 9.