Fairview Pointe-Claire

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Fairview Pointe-Claire
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Location 6801 Route Transcanadienne,
Pointe-Claire, Quebec, Canada
H9R 5J2
Opening date August 12th, 1965
Developer Fairview Corporation
Management Cadillac Fairview
Owner Cadillac Fairview & Ivanhoé Cambridge
Website https://www.cfshops.com/fairview-pointe-claire.html

Fairview Pointe-Claire (corporately styled as "CF Fairview Pointe-Claire"), also known as Fairview Centre (or Centre Fairview in French), or Fairview, is one of the biggest super regional shopping malls on the island of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It has about 1,000,000 square feet (92,900 m2) spread on two levels of shopping space. It is located in the city of Pointe-Claire at the intersection of Trans-Canada Highway and Saint-Jean Boulevard.

Fairview Pointe-Claire is jointly owned at 50% by Cadillac Fairview and 50% by Ivanhoé Cambridge; the former is also the manager of the mall. Fairview Pointe-Claire is the oldest of Cadillac Fairview's self-branded "four Fashion centres" that also include the Carrefour Laval, Les Promenades Saint-Bruno and Les Galeries d'Anjou. The major tenants are Hudson's Bay, Sears, Pharmaprix, Home Outfitters, Winners, HomeSense, Sports Experts/Atmosphere and Best Buy.


Fairview Pointe-Claire is a single level mall; only anchors Simpson's, Eaton's and Pascal's have two floors. Sam Steinberg's Ivanhoe Corporation is a shareholder of the mall. Simpson's purchases a replica of Michelangelo's Statue of David and installs it in the mall's hallway.[1] More than 200 stores occupy the mall.[2]

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Coordinates: 45°27′50″N 73°49′52″W / 45.46389°N 73.83111°W / 45.46389; -73.83111