Places to go & people to see.
Enjoy a lifestyle that offers you every day amenities in an elevated setting. INDIGO places you in the heart of the Village of Maple, connecting you to a plethora of attractions, amenities, centres and conveniences.
Wander through lush greenery or the grand hallways of premium malls. Enroll your children in an exceptional local school and take them to Legoland or Wonderland on the weekend. Catch up with friends on the golf course and enjoy divine dining at an array of restaurants. With so much to do in the Village of Maple, your weekends will be filled with fun. Should you want to explore elsewhere, the Maple GO Station is conveniently located just steps from INDIGO.
The vibrant neighbourhood has all the conveniences of big city life, combined with the tranquil beauty of a quaint town. With an abundance of places to go and things to do, you’ll make the most of every day.
Get around comfortably and conveniently with your choice of transit. Located in the heart of the historic Village of Maple at Major Mackenzie Drive and Keele Street, the Maple GO Station is Ontario’s oldest operating railway station. INDIGO residents will be served by the GO Transit Barrie rail line, GO Transit buses, York Region Transit and the Toronto Transit Commission.
Visit the Reptilia Zoo for an educational thrill or take the whole family to Canada’s Wonderland for a day of excitement and activity. With so many ways to spend your day, how will you and your family choose to fill up your weekend?
Going out for a night on the town? You can choose between the live music at Sorrento North Ristorante or the romantic setting at the Stonefire Bar & Grill. Meeting up with friends? You can’t go wrong with Dub Linn Gate Irish Pub. If you’re looking for a quick coffee fix, Aroma Espresso Bar and Faema Caffè are nearby.
Shop the day away at Vaughan Mills Mall where you can grab a bite to eat and explore a superb selection of stores and services. From interior décor stores to specialty food markets, the Village of Maple offers you a plethora of ways to spend your days.
It’s said that the Village of Maple was named for the trees that lined Keele Street in the early 1900s. Today, the natural beauty of the area is showcased by the distinct parks that can be found locally. Closest is Mackenzie Glen District Park, with its native plantings and pond, sports facilities and children’s village, which is home to the City of Vaughan’s Concerts in the Park – an annual event now in its 21st year.
Live in a community that has your health and well-being at heart. With some of the area’s premier health and medical clinics at your doorstep, INDIGO puts you in close proximity to leading edge and innovative care.