Promenade (shopping centre)

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Logo of Promenade Mall.jpg
The mall's logo
LocationVaughan, Ontario, Canada
Opening dateAugust 4, 1986[1]
DeveloperCadillac Fairview[2]
OwnerPromenade General Partner Inc.
No. of stores and services150+[3]
No. of anchor tenants2
Total retail floor area879,000 sq ft
No. of floors3

The Promenade Shopping Centre (formerly known as and still referred to as Promenade Mall) is a large regional shopping centre located in the area of Thornhill, Ontario, Canada. The mall has over 150 tenants,[4] and is anchored by T & T Supermarket, Imagine Cinemas, H&M and Old Navy.[3]

The interior of the shopping centre


In February 2016, the mall's owner Cadillac Fairview announced that it had put the Promenade up for sale.[4] 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.[5]

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. 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.[6][7]


The mall is located at the intersection of Bathurst Street and Centre Street in Thornhill, south of Ontario Highway 407 and Highway 7.

Public transit[edit]

York Region Transit, Toronto Transit Commission, and Viva routes connect to the terminal that is located near the mall.[8]


  1. ^ Toronto Star. August 3, 1986. p. D7. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. ^ "The Promenade Shopping Centre Vaughan". 2011-02-24. Retrieved 2014-01-17.
  3. ^ a b "Store Directory". The Promenade. Retrieved 2014-01-17.
  4. ^ a b "Thornhill's Promenade Mall up for sale". Toronto Star. Retrieved 31 May 2016.
  5. ^ "Local Business Partners Acquire Promenade Shopping Centre". CNW. Retrieved 2017-04-20.
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Coordinates: 43°48′24.17″N 79°27′8.86″W / 43.8067139°N 79.4524611°W / 43.8067139; -79.4524611