Upper Canada Mall
|Location||17600 Yonge Street Newmarket, Ontario, Canada|
|Management||Oxford Properties Group|
|Owner||Oxford Properties Group|
|No. of stores and services||250|
|No. of anchor tenants||4 (2 open, 2 in process of redevelopment)|
|Total retail floor area||820,000 square feet (80,000 m2)|
|No. of floors||2|
Upper Canada Mall, or Upper Canada, is a shopping mall in Newmarket, Ontario, Canada. It is located on the northwest corner of the Davis Drive West and Yonge Street intersection. The mall is owned and operated by Oxford Properties, one of the largest shopping centre development companies in Canada. It opened in 1974, at which time its layout was a north-south arrangement with two sunken sitting areas surrounded by brick planters on the lower level.
Construction of the mall began in 1973. It opened in 1974 with 55 stores, two of which were the department store anchors Zellers (later Target) and Sears as well as a Dominion Supermarket. , as well as a Kmart outparcel which became a Sears Home Store in 1999.
An Eaton's department store was added in the early 1990s. It later became a Sears location. New stores opened in November 2007.
A $60 million renovation was completed in 2008 adding 148,000 square feet to include a new 950 seat food court and 25 new fashion retailers including Forever 21, Zara, Victoria's Secret, Hollister Co., Browns, HMV, Michael Kors, Apple Store, Microsoft Store, H&M, Abercrombie & Fitch, and Disney Store. During the expansion and redevelopment, the Toys "R" Us store expanded, and eventually became the largest Toys "R" Us store in Canada.
In September 2018, the mall opened Market & Co, an area with restaurants and food stores, after renovating and converting the space previously occupied by the Zellers and Target stores.
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