Cloverdale Mall

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Cloverdale Mall
Location 250 The East Mall (Dundas Street & Highway 427), Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Coordinates 43°37′53″N 79°33′18″W / 43.63139°N 79.55500°W / 43.63139; -79.55500Coordinates: 43°37′53″N 79°33′18″W / 43.63139°N 79.55500°W / 43.63139; -79.55500
Opening date 1956
Developer Bentall Kennedy
Management Bentall Kennedy[1]
Owner Bentall Kennedy
No. of stores and services Over 105
No. of anchor tenants 4
Total retail floor area 46,000 m2 (500,000 sq ft)
No. of floors 1

Cloverdale Mall is a community shopping centre located in the Etobicoke area of Toronto, Canada, at 250 The East Mall (intersection of Dundas Street West and Highway 427). It opened in 1956 as an open-air shopping plaza on what was part of the Eatonville farm.


In the 1950s, Cloverdale Mall opened with two major anchors: Dominion and Morgan's. The centre of the plaza was an open-air concrete courtyard.

In the 1960s, following the purchase of Morgan's by the Hudson's Bay Company, the Morgan's store was converted into the Bay.

In the 1980s, Cloverdale Mall was converted into an enclosed mall and expanded.

In 2005, the Bay closed and Zellers moved into that space at the mall's north end. Zellers expanded the lower/main level retail floor space but did not continue using the upper level of the Bay's former space, and it has been closed ever since. Winners and Kitchen Stuff Plus opened where the old Zellers outlet was at the mall's southern end.

The mall underwent major renovations in 2006.

In 2008, the Dominion store was rebranded as Metro.

In September 2012 the Zellers store closed. Target opened on the bottom floor of the old store in March 2013.[2]

On January 15, 2015 Target announced it was withdrawing from the Canadian market and all its stores would be closed within 4-5 months. The Cloverdale store remains vacant.[3]

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