Place Longueuil

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Place Longueuil
Place Longueuil 01.jpg
Place Longueuil, from Saint-Charles Street
Location 825 rue Saint-Laurent Ouest
Longueuil, Quebec, Canada
J4K 2V1
Opening date 1966
Developer Jean-Paul Auclair
Management Homburg Canada
Owner El-Ad Group [1][2]
No. of stores and services 140
No. of anchor tenants 2
Total retail floor area 397,600 sq ft (36,940 m2). (Rentable Space)
No. of floors 1
Parking Outdoor

Place Longueuil is a shopping mall located in Longueuil, Quebec. It is located near the Longueuil Metro station. The major tenants are IGA Extra and Target.

Place Longueuil was built in 1966 with 65 stores anchored by Steinberg's and Miracle Mart. It was at the time the sole shopping mall in the city of Longueuil. In 1979, the whole mall (except for Steinberg, Miracle Mart and an Odeon cinema) was destroyed by a fire started by a group of teenagers. It was rebuilt and reopenned in 1981 with 85 stores.

There has been little change in the anchor spaces of Place Longueuil. Miracle Mart was renamed M in 1986 and finally closed in 1992. After M closed, Zellers took the location of M and remained there until its closure in 2012 and it subsequent replacement by Target the following year. Also in 1992, Steinberg was changed to an IGA and rebranded to the current IGA Extra the following year.

On February 18, 2011, it was announced that Homburg Canada will succeed over Cogir as manager of Place Longueuil.[3] The transaction took effects a couple of days later.

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Coordinates: 45°31′43″N 73°30′56″W / 45.5285°N 73.5156°W / 45.5285; -73.5156