Place Montreal Trust

Place Montreal Trust

Place Montréal Trust is a shopping mall and skyscraper in Downtown Montreal, located west of the Eaton Centre, at the corner of Saint Catherine Street and McGill College Avenue. With over 320,000 square feet (29,729 m²) of stores and services, Place Montreal Trust attracts 14 million visitors each year. Its indoor water fountain has the highest water spout in North America at 30 meters in height. [cite web|url=http://placemontrealtrust.shopping.ca/cambridge/jsp/au_au.jsp?mallid=mtr|title=Place Montreal Trust - About Us|accessdate=May 26|accessyear=2007] Place Montreal Trust is linked to the Underground City of Montreal.

Anchors

*Indigo (31,777 sq. ft.)
*Mexx (18,410 sq. ft.)
*Stylexchange (16,766 sq. ft.)
*Winners (35,183 sq. ft.)
*Zara (23,526 sq. ft.)

History

The shopping mall of Place Montreal Trust was opened by Cadillac Fairview in 1988. Ivanhoe Corporation assumed the management of the shopping mall in August 1995, while Cadillac Fairview continued to manage the office building.

On July 7, 1999, Ivanhoe acquired 100% of Place Montreal Trust as part of a 20 million dollar package intended to position Place Montreal Trust a major player in the downtown Montreal revitalization plan.

Place Montreal Trust is the only shopping centre in downtown Montreal with five major retailers under its roof, including Zara, Indigo Books and Music, Winners, Omer DeSerres and Mexx. Recently, a new investment of 15 million dollars enabled the complete renovation of the food court and the first level of the shopping centre.

Atrium and fountain

Place Montreal Trust's atrium allows maximum use of natural light and features a large indoor water fountain. Its 30-metre water spout is the highest in North America. During the holiday season, a giant illuminated Christmas tree filled with animated storybook characters stands just as tall. The mall spreads out over 320,000 square feet and attracts 14 million visitors a year.

References

External links

*http://placemontrealtrust.shopping.ca/cambridge/jsp/index_flash.jsp?mallid=mtr

See also

*Montreal
*Underground city, Montreal
*List of malls in Montreal
*List of tallest buildings in Montreal


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