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Place Vertu

Place Vertu is a Canadian shopping centre in the Montreal borough of Saint-Laurent in Quebec. It is located on Boul de la Côte-Vertu, corner of Cavendish Boulevard.Popular stores include Canadian Tire, Zellers, Uniprix, Sports Experts, Winners and Sears. Three of Canada's Big Five banks (Royal Bank, CIBC and TD Canada Trust) have branches in the mall. There is a food court, with restaurants such as A&W, and Subway. There is a McDonald's located outside of the food court, and a Scores located near Zellers. The mall is about 830,000 square feet (77,109.5 m2), and has a high-rise building between the former and the current locations of Zellers.Tenants in the 1970s were La Baie, Sears, Pascal, Kmart and Dominion. In 1983, Dominion became Provigo. In the 1990s Pascal became Zellers, Provigo became Maxi in 1994 (later closed in the early 2000s) and Kmart became Canadian Tire in 2000, two years later after Kmart withdrew from Canada (another former Kmart store that became a Canadian Tire was Burlington Mall in Burlington, Ontario). However, Sears is now the only original large store at Place Vertu since the closure of La Baie in May 2007; Zellers relocated to La Baie's vacated location the same year. Zellers' old space (formerly Pascal) has been revitalized as mall space. New tenants in the revitalized centre include Urban Planet, Dollarama (located near the food court), Uniprix, Laura/Laura+/Laura Petite Outlet, Winners (located next to the new Zellers), Browns Outlet, Starbucks Coffee and Adonis Supermarket (which occupies the former Maxi space ever since Maxi closed in 2001).Place Vertu was owned by Markborough Properties, the real estate company of the Hudson's Bay Company. Markborough was dissolved in 1996 and its assets were acquired by Cambridge Shopping Centres. Place Vertu was one of Cambridge's only shopping malls in the province of Quebec. In 2001, Cambridge merged with Ivanhoe to become Ivanhoe Cambridge . Place Vertu is now owned by this combined company.La Baie at Place Vertu was the last store on the island of Montreal that originally opened as a La Baie store. The remaining La Baie stores in this region are all former Henry Morgan or Simpson stores. The mall has many outlets, such as Browns, Le Château, Tristan, Laura, Blü, Aldo and Feet first, as well as several others.

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Address: 3131 Boulevard de La Côte-Vertu

Location: Montreal, Quebec

Official site: http://placevertu.shopping.ca

Owner: Ivanhoe Cambridge

Opened: 1975

Nb of stores: 155

Anchor tenants: 5

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Place Vertu is a Canadian shopping centre in the Montreal borough of Saint-Laurent in Quebec. It is located on Boul de la Côte-Vertu, corner of Cavendish Boulevard.Popular stores include Canadian Tire, Zellers, Uniprix, Sports Experts, Winners and Sears. Three of Canada's Big Five banks (Royal Bank, CIBC and TD Canada Trust) have branches in the mall. There is a food court, with restaurants such as A&W, and Subway. There is a McDonald's located outside of the food court, and a Scores located near Zellers. The mall is about 830,000 square feet (77,109.5 m2), and has a high-rise building between the former and the current locations of Zellers.Tenants in the 1970s were La Baie, Sears, Pascal, Kmart and Dominion. In 1983, Dominion became Provigo. In the 1990s Pascal became Zellers, Provigo became Maxi in 1994 (later closed in the early 2000s) and Kmart became Canadian Tire in 2000, two years later after Kmart withdrew from Canada (another former Kmart store that became a Canadian Tire was Burlington Mall in Burlington, Ontario). However, Sears is now the only original large store at Place Vertu since the closure of La Baie in May 2007; Zellers relocated to La Baie's vacated location the same year. Zellers' old space (formerly Pascal) has been revitalized as mall space. New tenants in the revitalized centre include Urban Planet, Dollarama (located near the food court), Uniprix, Laura/Laura+/Laura Petite Outlet, Winners (located next to the new Zellers), Browns Outlet, Starbucks Coffee and Adonis Supermarket (which occupies the former Maxi space ever since Maxi closed in 2001).Place Vertu was owned by Markborough Properties, the real estate company of the Hudson's Bay Company. Markborough was dissolved in 1996 and its assets were acquired by Cambridge Shopping Centres. Place Vertu was one of Cambridge's only shopping malls in the province of Quebec. In 2001, Cambridge merged with Ivanhoe to become Ivanhoe Cambridge . Place Vertu is now owned by this combined company.La Baie at Place Vertu was the last store on the island of Montreal that originally opened as a La Baie store. The remaining La Baie stores in this region are all former Henry Morgan or Simpson stores. The mall has many outlets, such as Browns, Le Château, Tristan, Laura, Blü, Aldo and Feet first, as well as several others.

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