TORONTO, Nov. 16, 2016 /CNW/ - Strolling by the elegant residences facing the tree-lined streets may evoke images of late 18 th century London, but you're actually in 21 st century Cathedraltown, Canada's most exquisite community, just north of modern-day Toronto. Cathedraltown, which surrounds the magnificent Cathedral of the Transfiguration, is in its last high-density phases, with ground soon to be broken on The Courtyards. Each of the two five-storey buildings of The Courtyards contains spacious one-bedroom, two-bedroom, three-bedroom and multi-level condominium suites (from $359,900) and ground-floor retail. The Courtyards are the first phase of what will become Cathedraltown's crowning achievement - a magnificent Piazza that will surround the Cathedral and highlight what is sure to become a heritage destination for future generations. Most of The Courtyards' suites have been redesigned to provide greater living space, more ensuite bathrooms and larger outdoor terraces. The Courtyards also feature a green roof and a landscaped and furnished courtyard for the exclusive use of residents and their guests. There will be a public reception to introduce these unique condominiums on Saturday, November 19, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Presentation Centre, 10350 Victoria Square Boulevard (formerly Woodbine Avenue) in Markham. Visit www.cathedraltown.com for more information. The architecture of The Courtyards follows the original Cathedraltown concept designed under the direction of Donald Buttress, Architect and 14 th Surveyor Emeritus of the Fabric of Westminster Abbey, in London, England, and based upon the classic Georgian and Regency styles that flourished in London during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Cathedraltown has now grown into a vibrant community, featuring single and multi-family dwellings, condominiums, stylish retail and commercial space.