Centerpoint Mall (Toronto)
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|Location||6464 Yonge Street
|No. of stores and services||113|
|No. of anchor tenants||4|
|Total retail floor area||625,000 sq ft (58,100 m2)|
|No. of floors||1 (2 floors in The Bay)|
Centerpoint Mall was known as Towne and Countrye Square at its grand opening in the 1960s. In 1966, the mall began with anchors Sayvette, Miracle Mart, and Super City Discount Foods. The Super City (later Loblaws) store was torn down and rebuilt as a Zellers. The Sayvette chain went defunct in 1975 and was converted to Woolco. Woolco closed and the store and was converted to Super Centre, then to Loblaws, then to No Frills. Miracle Mart was converted to Canadian Tire. The Zellers was closed in 2012 when Zellers was purchased by Target and the location was closed for about a year before reopening as Target on March 19, 2013. Since early 2015 when all Targets across Canada closed down that space has been vacant.
With 635,121 square feet (59,004.7 m2) of retail space, it is one of the largest malls in Toronto.
- Empress Walk - residential-retail complex south of Centerpoint and also along Yonge Street
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- "Centerpoint Mall - Store Listing". Centerpoint Mall. Retrieved 9 November 2014.
- "Centerpoint Mall - Home". Centerpoint Mall. Retrieved 9 November 2014.
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