Burlington Centre

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Burlington Centre
Burlington Centre logo
Burlington, Ontario Mall.jpg
The Burlington Centre entrance in 2007
Location 777 Guelph Line
Burlington, Ontario, Canada
Coordinates 43°20′51″N 79°47′42″W / 43.3475°N 79.7949°W / 43.3475; -79.7949Coordinates: 43°20′51″N 79°47′42″W / 43.3475°N 79.7949°W / 43.3475; -79.7949
Opening date 1968
Owner Primaris Reit
No. of stores and services 132
No. of anchor tenants 8
No. of floors 2
Parking 4,623
Website Official website

Burlington Centre (formerly known as Burlington Mall) is a 721,000 square feet (67,000 m2) shopping mall[1] located in Burlington, Ontario, Canada. It is one of the two enclosed malls in Burlington, Ontario, the other being the Mapleview Centre. It has two floors, the upper floor covers the wing leading to the food court, the floor above the food court area, and the second floor of Hudson's Bay. The mall opened its doors in 1968. The stores at Burlington Centre include Hudson's Bay, Homesense, Old Navy and Winners. Burlington Centre is located at the intersections of Guelph Line, Fairview and Prospect Streets, south of the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW). The mall is owned by RioCan Management Inc.[2], and was owned until mid-2011 by Ivanhoe Cambridge.

Services[edit]

On the first floor there are retail stores and on the second floor there are Medical, Dental, Professional offices. Just outside the mall to the south there is a farmers' market.The Burlington Centre Farmers' Market has been serving Burlington since 1959.[3]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Powell, Naomi. "$80M Package Right on Time; Headquarters complex for UPS is Burlington's biggest business site". Hamilton Spectator. May 7, 2005. Pg. A03.
  2. ^ [1]
  3. ^ Bunyan, Sandy. "Beat the summer; Cool treats from local produce are great for the entire family". Toronto Star. July 28, 2005. Pg. BL06.

References[edit]

  • Ladurantaye, Steve. "Primaris Retail REIT buys five shopping centres". Globe and Mail. May 24, 2011
  • Song, Vivian. "Bereaved mom: Docs should pay; Tracey Smith says more must be done to stop disabled drivers". Toronto Sun. September 29, 2005. Pg. 39.
  • Song, Vivian. "Too old for the road? Driver, 84, failed to stop; Some urge for drivers over 65, but seniors cry 'discrimination'". Edmonton Sun. March 20, 2006. Pg. 30.

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