Concord Ontario

Concord, Ontario

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Welcome to Concord, Ontario

Concord is known as Vaughan’s suburban industrial area and has a current population of approximately 10,000. It can easily be accessed by highways 7, 400 and 407 and used to be an agricultural community before the 1950s when housing developments were launched.

The Don River, Black Creek, and several forests lie in the area, but Concord is basically known as an important industrial hub with numerous corporations being headquartered here. There are also residential and recreational areas as well as cycling trails. Several types of transportation systems can be accessed in Concord and there are also a number of highly-regarded schools in the local area.

Welcome to Concord!

While Concord is a primarily industrial area, there’s still plenty of exciting things happening! It has just been named a new district and is also home to the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, one of Canada’s largest master-planned communities.


Why You’ll Love It

Concord is a fantastic place for commuters to call home. With easy access to public transportation and highways, it’s extremely accessible which can add a lot of ease to your daily drives!

Concord Real Estate

What You’ll Find

While this area actually has more businesses than houses, you’ll still find a good selection of single-family homes. The biggest residential area is over at the Dufferin Hill subdivision just south of Rutherford Road, which has a lot of homes built in the 2000s.

How Concord is Changing

Concord is seeing a lot of growth right now, with many new condo buildings, townhouse communities, and luxury estates being developed both in and around the area.

Lisa’s Local Tip:

Living in Concord gives you easy access to some of my favourite nearby communities. It has Maple to the north, Woodbridge to the west, and Thornhill to the east, so go on – get out there and explore!

Neighbourhood Schools

Glen Shields Public School serves students from junior kindergarten to grade eight and holds an 8.3/10 rating from Fraser Institute. Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Elementary School is another highly-rated school and is also located on Glen Shields Avenue. At Forest Run Public School, students have a variety of programs they can attend before and after school, on P.A. days, and during breaks.

Community Centres

The Chancellor Community Centre is Concord’s nearest community centre and features a swimming pool, bocce court, outdoor skating pad, gym, and more! They also host tai chi classes, Zumba Gold classes, and Qigong, as well as a number of drop-in sports.

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What To Do & See

This neighbourhood is home to many large corporations such as Toys R Us and Tootsie Roll, as well as big-box stores including IKEA Vaughan. Ready to shop? The RioCan Colossus Centre, over at Highway 7 and the 400, has just about everything from clothing stores and restaurants to a Costco and a Cineplex!

Getting Around

Walk Score: 35

Transit Score: 51

While Concord does have the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre TTC Station at its core, getting around is easier with a vehicle – plus, Highway 7, the 407, and the 400 are just minutes away!

Senior Living

The nearby Chancellor Community Centre offers older adult drop-in recreation programs for seniors, along with art, fitness, and dance classes! The Concord branch of the Jewish Russian Community Centre provides free basic computer and internet training, seniors’ building services, and a Healthy at Home program.

Concord, Ontario


Lisa Sinopoli


Remax Hallmark Realty, Ltd


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