The second day of May, 1973 is quite a memorable day for all the people living in Canada since in that very day, Scarborough Town Center was made open for public. This shopping mall was constructed by the Oxford Properties and is the sixth largest shopping mall in Canada. And fourth and third largest shopping mall in Ontario and Toronto consecutively.
Some other shopping malls, constructed by Oxford in Canada include Square One Mississauga with 1.7 million sq. ft. retail place, Yorkdale Toronto with the same retail space, Galeries de la Capitale Quebec City with 1.5 million sq. ft. retail place etc.
Major retailers present in the mall, in terms of the retail area are Hudson’s bay with 23,472 m2. Then there is Sears with 21,515 sq. m. of retail place. Though, between 2018 this mall may close if the lease is bought back by the mall owners. After that, there are Walmart Supercentre, Cineplex Cinemas, Dollarama, Old Navy and H & M. Some other popular retailer includes Jack Astor’s, Milestone’s, The GAP, American Eagle Outfitters.
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