Place Fleur de Lys

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Place Fleur de Lys / Fleur de Lys centre commercial
Location 552, boulevard Wilfrid-Hamel
Quebec City, Quebec
G1M 3E5
Opening date 1963
Management 20vic management[1]
No. of stores and services 200
No. of anchor tenants 4
Total retail floor area 859,678 square feet (262,030 square metres)
No. of floors 1
Parking 4410
Website Official website

Fleur de Lys centre commercial, formerly called Place Fleur de Lys, is located in Vanier, Quebec and is a large shopping mall in Quebec City, managed by 20vic management and last renovated in 2004.[2] It is located across from L'Institut de Réadaptation en Déficience Physique de Québec and close to Colisée Pepsi.

With its 200 stores, Fleur de Lys centre commercial is located in an urban area near various development projects.[3]


Fleur de Lys centre commercial is anchored by:

Among the current anchors, only Sears was there when the mall inaugurated in 1963. It is the first evert Sears store in the province of Quebec and back in 1963 it had opened as Simpsons-Sears.

Past anchors include Steinberg, Kmart, Pascal and Club Biz. Kmart was replaced by Zellers and then the Target store. Steinberg became Club Biz which in turn became Maxi. Pascal has been replaced by a mall expansion anchored by la Baie.


The mall is access by Quebec Autoroute 973 and Quebec Route 138 via boulevard Wilfrid-Hamel.

Réseau de transport de la Capitale has a number of regular bus routes serving the mall.:[5]

  • 64 Jacques Cartier/Lebourgneuf
  • 65 Jacques Cartier/Colline Parlementarie/Lebourgneuf
  • 82 Jacques Cartier/Lac St. Charles
  • 74 Place Jacques Cartier/Val Belair
  • 84 Jacques Cartier/Neufchatel
  • 984 Neufchatel/Val-Belair

See also[edit]

Other malls in Quebec City area:


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Coordinates: 46°49′21″N 71°15′07″W / 46.8224°N 71.252°W / 46.8224; -71.252