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Concord is a suburban industrial neighbourhood in the City of Vaughan in York Region, located north of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. According to the 2001 Census, Concord has 8,255 residents, which includes the Carrville neighbourhood.
Prior to the 1950s, when Highway 400 was first opened, Concord was an agricultural community, covered mostly by farmlands. Housing developments also began in the 1950s, east of Keele Street, as well as construction of a Canadian National Railway bypass of Toronto with a 4 km freight yard, MacMillan Yard.
This decade also saw an industrial park added near Jane Street.
The draft Concord GO Centre secondary plan was presented in an open house for the public on 4 November 2013.
The plan is for a local centre with mixed uses and multimodal transportation access, including residential, commercial, and recreational areas, cycling trails, and connections to several transportation systems.
The site is bounded by Rivermede Road on the north, the electrical power corridor to the south and east, Bowes Road on the west north of Highway 7, and the Barrie line railway tracks on the west south of Highway 7.
The area to be developed consists of the land immediately adjacent to the intersection of Highway 7 and the Barrie line railway tracks.