Cathedraltown is a planned 225-acre unincorporated town with an estimated population of in the City of Markham, just north of Toronto. Cathedraltown was named after the Cathedral of the Transfiguration, around which the town was built. The town began settlement in 2006 with the completion of homes north of the Cathedral. Since then, single- and multi-family housing and mixed-use condominiums have been built to the west and south of the Cathedral.
Cathedraltown is bordered on the north to Major Mackenzie Drive, on the south to Elgin Mills Road, on the west to Victoria Square Boulevard, and on the east to Highway 404. All roads form a natural border around the community. Woodbine Avenue serves as the main road that runs through the middle of the town.
The Cathedral of the Transfiguration is located at 10350 Victoria Square Boulevard. Sir John A. Macdonald Public School serves the town. Victoria Square Community Centre, Victoria Square Park, Victoria Square Playground/Splash-pad, and The Arboretum and Heritage Orchard occupy the northeast portion of the town and can be accessed by Prince Regent Street through Reflection Road. Park Square is only two blocks away. To the west is the Crescent Park on 36 Charity Crescent. Other parks include Frisby Park and Russell Dawson Park.
The following bus routes serving the community include YRT Route #4 / 4A – Major MacKenzie, YRT Route #24 – Woodbine, YRT Route #25 – Major MacKenzie, YRT Route #80 – Elgin Mills, YRT Route #452 – Richmond Green School Special, and YRT Route #418 – Pierre Elliott Trudeau School Special.
Cathedraltown Coordinates: 43°53′47″N 79°22′28″W