Erin Mills Town Centre
|Location||Mississauga, Ontario, Canada|
|Management||20 VIC Management, Inc.|
|Owner||Ontario Pension Board|
|No. of stores and services||220|
|No. of anchor tenants||5|
|Total retail floor area||799,000 square feet (70,000 m2)|
|No. of floors||2|
Erin Mills Town Centre is a shopping mall located in Erin Mills, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, at the corner of Erin Mills Parkway and Eglinton Avenue West. It is the second largest mall in Mississauga, after Square One. The mall can be accessed from the 401, 403, and 407 series highways. Erin Mills Town Centre Bus Terminal is located directly in front of the main entrance of the mall. 
Erin Mills Town Centre was built on a land that had been accumulated by E. P. Taylor's Don Mills Developments in 1954. The mall opened in 1989 and was owned and managed by Cadillac Fairview until it was purchased by the Ontario Pension Board in 2010 for $370 million. There is a large clock tower at the centre of the mall. A Cineplex Odeon movie theatre was closed in 2000 and was replaced by Old Navy and Sport Chek stores. The mall also had a mini-golf course located near the centre court, but it was converted into retail space. The centre court's retail space has since been removed as part of the redevelopment project. In addition, there was a daycare which was converted to retail space in 2005.
On Thursday July 11, 2013, it was announced that the mall will be getting a $100 million renovation, in celebration of its upcoming 25th anniversary. This will include the replacement of the clock tower with "an iconic glass sphere 283 feet in circumference", as well as the current skylights being replaced with modern clerestory windows. The current food court is also planned to be "rethought, reworked and reborn". Renovations started Fall 2013, and are slated to be finished by Fall 2015. 
The construction project is being handled by Broccolini and mandated by 20Vic Management Inc., renovating the existing 130,000 sq ft. and adding an extra 25,000 sq ft. expansion for the food court and other shopping areas. The mall will continue to operate throughout the renovations, and every effort will be made to "preserve the shopping experience of customers coming to visit the mall". 
Anchors and majors
- Hudson's Bay (134,073 sq ft.)
- Gap (13,490 sq ft. total; Gap - 8508 sq ft., Gap Kids - 4,982 sq ft.)
- H & M (20,876 sq ft.)
- Indigo Books (20,000 sq. ft.)
- Old Navy (22,345 sq ft.)
- Sears (132,227 sq ft.)
- Sport Chek/Coast Mountain (26,642 sq ft.)
A variety of restaurants are located at Erin Mills Town Centre. The New Food Court addition for the mall's redevelopment is to open Spring 2015, and is to "become a unique destination for foodies seeking an elevated dining experience". Food court stores included KFC, A&W and Manchu Wok 
Films & TV
Erin Mills Town Centre has been used as a filming location for several films, including Noam Chomsky's Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media (1992), Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2001), and Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen (2004). The now-closed Erin Mills Cineplex Odeon theatre was also used as a set for the film Dirty Work (1998).
Erin Mills Town Centre has served as the scene for the Canadian game show Instant Cash.
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- Official website
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