Dixie Outlet Mall

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Dixie Outlet Mall
Dixie Outlet Mall logo as of 2017.png
Location Queen Elizabeth Way at Dixie Road
Coordinates 43°35′35″N 79°34′12″W / 43.59306°N 79.57000°W / 43.59306; -79.57000Coordinates: 43°35′35″N 79°34′12″W / 43.59306°N 79.57000°W / 43.59306; -79.57000
Address 1250 South Service Road, Mississauga, ON[1]
Opening date 1956
Owner Cominar[2]
No. of stores and services 130
No. of anchor tenants 7
Total retail floor area 576,722 square feet
No. of floors 1
Website www.dixieoutletmall.com

Dixie Outlet Mall, also referred to as Dixie Value Mall, is a shopping mall in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, located on the south side of the Queen Elizabeth Way highway. It is Canada's largest enclosed outlet mall. It has several brand name outlets including Guess, Puma, Tommy Hilfiger, Winners, Levis, Famous Footwear.[2] Dixie Outlet Mall is owned by Cominar, a Canadian firm.[1][2]


Former logo of Dixie Outlet Mall

It was opened in 1956 as Dixie Plaza, and was renamed Dixie Outlet Mall in the late 1980s after significant expansion and renovations took place. The name Dixie Plaza was adopted by another property in the 1980s. It was the first mall of its kind in Mississauga (then known as Toronto Township, or specifically, Lakeview) and is the oldest still in operation.

Established in 1976, the Fantastic Flea Market is the oldest flea market in Toronto.[3] Located in the basement of the Dixie Outlet Mall, the flea market offers a diverse collection of bargains and giveaways such as clothing, jewellery, video games, antiques and memorabilia, while also providing personal services like electronic and watch repairs.[4] Open year-round with over 125 vendors, the Fantastic Flea Market’s motto is: “A community that shares is a community that cares!” [3]

In 1978, the Sayvette store was converted into a Knob Hill Farms. A new Burger King was added that year, and was scheduled to be a training centre for the chain's employees.[5]

Dixie Outlet Mall is "100% Bullfrog Powered", meaning that it runs directly on clean and renewable electricity generated by wind and hydroelectric sources. Dixie Outlet Mall also provides many recycling stations throughout the mall. It was awarded the Gold Award by the Recycling Council of Ontario in 2010 for its efforts. [6]

Located near the Yellow Entrance, Dixie Outlet Mall’s Guest Services Kiosk includes several mall representatives to provide information and answer questions. Other services offered include ATMs, public telephones and wheel-chair accessible washrooms.[7]

Anchors and majors[edit]

Bus terminal[edit]

Dixie Mall Bus Terminal
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Location 1490 Dixie Road,
Mississauga ON
Coordinates 43°35′37.5″N 79°33′56″W / 43.593750°N 79.56556°W / 43.593750; -79.56556
Owned by City of Mississauga
Bus stands 2
Bus operators MiWay
Structure type bus shelters only
Bicycle facilities none

The Dixie Mall Bus Terminal is situated on the southeast end of the mall, next to a Burger King restaurant.[8]

The bus terminal, like most minor transit terminals in Mississauga, does not contain a building. Instead, it is composed of only two bus shelters and two benches. Also, it is not directly connected to the mall.

Bus routes[edit]

Bus service is exclusively by MiWay. All routes are wheelchair-accessible (Handicapped/disabled access).

Route Destination
4 Sherway Gardens Glengarry Road to Sherway Gardens via Huron Park and Mississauga Hospital
5 Dixie Long Branch GO Station to Cardiff Boulevard

See also[edit]

Other outlet malls in the Greater Toronto area:


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