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|Address||3131, boulevard de la Côte-Vertu
|No. of stores and services||155|
|No. of anchor tenants||6|
|No. of floors||1 (excluding highrise building)|
|Parking||outdoor or multi-level|
Place Vertu is a Canadian shopping centre in the Montreal borough of Saint-Laurent in Quebec. It is located on Côte-Vertu boulevard, corner of Cavendish Boulevard. The mall is about 830,000 square feet (77,109.5 m2), and has a high-rise building.
Place Vertu's original anchors are the Bay, Sears, Kmart and Dominion. The mall was expanded in the 1980s when a corridor was added, going from the center court to a new Pascal's hardware store. Another corridor with an office tower was added in the mid 1980s from the Bay to Pascal's.
Dominion was converted into a Provigo in 1983, Pascal's former space occupied by Zellers in 1991, Provigo once more converted, into a Maxi in 1994 and Kmart's former store space occupied by Canadian Tire in 2000. Maxi closed in 2001. However, Sears is now the only original large store at Place Vertu since the closure of the Bay in May 2007; Zellers relocated to the Bay's vacated location the same year.
Since 2008, the mall has been renovated and now include tenants such as Urban Planet, Dollarama, Laura/Laura+/Laura Petite Outlet, Browns Outlet, Starbucks Coffee (taking Subway's old space after that location moved to the food court). Adonis Supermarket took the space of Maxi. Additionally, the mall space between Zellers and the food court was turned into a Winners (which had moved from the strip mall across the street) and the existing tenants from this section were relocated elsewhere in the mall. Zellers old space (formerly Pascal's) remained empty, but was replaced by Gold's Gym in 2012.
After more than 20 years in the mall, Zellers closed its doors in September 2012 and was succeeded the following year by Target, Target must close its doors in 2015.
Place Vertu was originally owned by Markborough Properties, the real estate company of the Hudson's Bay Company. Markborough was dissolved in 1996 and its assets were acquired by Cambridge Shopping Centres. Place Vertu was one of Cambridge's only shopping malls in the province of Quebec. In 2001, Cambridge merged with Ivanhoe to become Ivanhoe Cambridge; Place Vertu became the property of this combined company. 10 years later, in 2011, Ivanhoe Cambridge sold the mall to Primaris.
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