|Location||500 Rexdale Boulevard|
|Developer||Cadillac Fairview Corporation|
|Owner||Woodbine Mall Holdings|
|Architect||Crang and Boake Incorporated|
|No. of stores and services||107|
|No. of anchor tenants||2|
|Total retail floor area||750,000 sq ft (69,677 m2)|
|No. of floors||2|
Opened in 1985 by developer Cadillac Fairview, the over 130 store mall is home to Fantasy Fair, a year-round indoor amusement park. The fair houses a Charles I. D. Looff carousel. It is one of 13 still in operation today. They also have a 50-foot ferris wheel which they say is the only one in North America.
In 2008, proposed development of an entertainment centre at Woodbine Racetrack and the closure of national stores like Shoppers Drug Mart fuelled rumours that the mall was closing. Instead, then-owners Darton Property planned renovations to washrooms.
As of 2016, the assessed value of the property was $96,708,000. Woodbine Mall Holdings Inc owed over a half-million in unpaid taxes that year.
Fantasy Fair Amusement Park
|Location||Etobicoke, Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
- 1911 Antique Looff Carousel
- Crystal Kaleidoscope - indoor Ferris Wheel (50 ft.)
- Ships Ahoy - spinning tea cups
- Smash 'n Dash - bumper cars
- Fantasy Flight - A 32' Balloon Tower Ride
- Fantasy Fair Express Train - mini replica steam engine (driver sits in tender unit) with 3 open air passenger cars (each carrying 8 passengers)
- Airforce (plane ride)
- Spinner – roller coaster
- Climbing Wall
- Drop Tower
- Play Village (indoor playground)
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- "Properties with arrears greater than $500,000, owned by a corporation", City of Toronto, 2016.
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