Promenade (shopping centre)
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The interior of the shopping centre
|Location||Vaughan, Ontario, Canada|
|Address||Bathurst Street and Centre Street|
|Opening date||August 4, 1986|
|Owner||Promenade General Partner Inc.|
|No. of stores and services||150+|
|No. of anchor tenants||2|
|Total retail floor area||879,000 sq ft (81,700 m2)|
|No. of floors||3|
Promenade, officially Promenade Shopping Centre or Promenade Mall, is a major shopping centre located in Thornhill, Ontario, Canada. The mall has over 150 tenants, and is anchored by T & T Supermarket, Imagine Cinemas and H&M
In February 2016, the mall's owner Cadillac Fairview announced that it had put the Promenade up for sale. As of April 20, 2017, Promenade Shopping Centre was purchased by Promenade General Partner Inc., a business formed by the Serruya family and Liberty Development Corporation. Centrecorp Management Services Limited, a leading property management and real estate services company has been retained to manage Promenade Shopping Centre.
In 2017, the mall had one of the last Sears Canada stores when the entire chain went bankrupt, with Sears accounting for 20% of the mall's space. Bobby's Liquidation occupied the Sears location from 2019 to 2020. The mall owners have submitted an extensive redevelopment plan to the City of Vaughan which includes a major renovation to the mall, plus the addition of several condominium towers and a mixed-use office/hotel skyscraper using the existing parking lots.
The site will be re-developed by Liberty Developments. There will be three condo towers called Promenade Park Towers. The first two condos will be located at 1 Promenade Circle, Thornhill and will consist of 748 units in the two 30 and 35 storeys tower.
|Location||1 Promenade Circle, Vaughan, ON|
|Owned by||York Region Transit|
|Bus operators|| York Region Transit|
TTC bus routes
|Rebuilt||September 4, 2005|
Promenade Terminal is a York Region Transit and Viva terminal in York Region, Ontario, Canada. It is located in a fenced-off area of the parking lot at 1 Promenade Circle, at the intersection of North Promenade and Centre Street in Vaughan, Ontario, one block west of Bathurst Street and Centre Street. The City of Vaughan currently owns the property which is leased to York Region for a nominal sum, with the responsibility for public transit now belonging to the Region. The Promenade Terminal has service connecting to Finch and Vaughan Metropolitan Centre subway stations.
Unlike some other transit stations colocated with shopping malls, such as Scarborough Centre, there is no direct pedestrian access between the Promenade shopping mall and the Promenade Terminal.
In the summer of 2005, Promenade Terminal was temporarily closed so that renovations could be made. Bus stops were temporarily moved just beyond the station to North Promenade and Centre Street. Reconstruction of the terminal included newly cemented platforms, modern and lit bus shelters, new and brighter lighting, and the installation of a Viva OneRide ticket machine. The project was completed over the period of one month with the station reopening in August 2005. More recently, a Viva multiRide machine has been added in the terminal, to go along with the oneRide machine.
York Region Transit (YRT), Viva, and Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) routes connect to this terminal. The Viva Orange stop is located just north of the terminal, in the median of Centre Street (along the Highway 7 Rapidway).
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