Coquitlam Centre

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Coquitlam Centre
Coquitlam Centre logo
Location 2929 Barnet Highway
Coquitlam, British Columbia
V3B 5R5
Opening date August 1979
Management Morguard Investments Limited
Owner Pensionfund Realty Limited
No. of stores and services 200
No. of anchor tenants 7
Total retail floor area 913,665 ft²
No. of floors 2

Coquitlam Centre is a shopping mall in Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada, built in 1979 and expanded in 2001. It is located at the southern edge of the Coquitlam Town Centre area, near Coquitlam Central Station and several other smaller shopping centres. Coquitlam Centre is the largest mall in the Tri-Cities area, with 913,665 ft² and 200 stores and services.[1]

Coquitlam Centre is a super-regional sized shopping centre anchored by Sears, Walmart, Hudson's Bay, Best Buy, London Drugs, T & T Supermarket, H&M, Sport Chek, Old Navy, Gap, Sephora, Apple, and Atmosphere.

Anchor tenants[edit]

Coquitlam Centre's original anchor tenants included The Bay, Eaton's, and Woodward's. As the mall expanded and Canada's retail climate changed, the current anchor tenants are:[2]

Former anchors[edit]

  • Zellers (116,273 ft² / 10,801.8 m²) - closed in 2012; was replaced by Target on May 6, 2013
  • Target (116,273 ft² / 10,801.8 m²) - opened May 6, 2013 in former Zellers space, closed April 2, 2015; replaced by Walmart on February 25, 2016.[3][4]
  • Future Shop (37,878 ft² / 3,519 m²) - closed March 28, 2015; due to consolidation as Best Buy, reopened as Best Buy in late 2015.


Coquitlam Centre's location was chosen because it is at the intersection of Lougheed Highway and Barnet Highway, two major regional thoroughfares which provide access to Highway 1. The mall is located across from Coquitlam Central Station, a major transportation hub for the area with a public bus interchange, West Coast Express commuter rail station, and a SkyTrain station on the Evergreen Extension.[5][6][7][8]

On July 19, 2012, the Federal Government, the City of Coquitlam, and Coquitlam Centre finalized a deal that added Lincoln station to the route of the Evergreen Extension, giving the mall its own SkyTrain station.[9]

Film and television[edit]

The interior of the mall has been featured in several film and television productions, including the Academy Award-winning movie Juno, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants and Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever.[10]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Coquitlam Centre infosite,; retrieved March 1, 2009.
  2. ^ Coquitlam Centre: Coquitlam Centre categories,; retrieved March 1, 2008.
  3. ^ Jeremy Deutsch. "Walmart to open in Coquitlam Centre". The Tri-Cities Now. 
  4. ^ Coquitlam Centre. "Walmart Now Open". Coquitlam Centre Blog. 
  5. ^ Coquitlam Centre: Location,; retrieved March 1, 2009.
  6. ^ Coquitlam Central Station,; retrieved March 1, 2009.
  7. ^ West Coast Express,; retrieved March 1, 2009.
  8. ^ Evergreen Line,; retrieved March 1, 2009.
  9. ^ Vancouver Sun: Coquitlam announces plans ...,; retrieved July 23, 2012.
  10. ^ Titles with locations including Coquitlam Centre,; retrieved March 1, 2008.

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Coordinates: 49°16′47″N 122°47′55″W / 49.279647°N 122.798544°W / 49.279647; -122.798544