Also called Fairview Centre or Centre Fairview in French Fairview Pointe-Claire is one of the biggest super regional shopping malls in Montreal.
Fairview Pointe-Claire has about 92,900 m2 of retail space on two levels. The mall is jointly owned by Cadillac Fairview and Ivanhoe Cambridge. Cadillac Fairview also manages the mall. Fairview Pointe-Claire is the first of the Cadillac Fairview four Fashion centres. The others are: Carrefour Laval, Les Promenades Saint-Bruno and Les Galeries d'Anjou.
Fairview Pointe-Claire is conveniently located in the city of Pointe-Claire at the intersection of Trans-Canada Highway and Saint-Jean Boulevard.
Anchor stores include: Simpson's, Steinberg's, Eaton's, and Pascal's. There are more than 70 specialty stores including: Ogilvy's and Woolworth's. Fairview Pointe-Claire is a single level mall; only anchors Simpson's, Eaton's and Pascal's have two floors. Sam Steinberg, an Ivanhoe Corporation shareholder, purchased a replica of Michelangelo's Statue of David. It is installed in the mall's hallway.
Fairview Pointe-Claire was extensively renovated modeled after sister mall Les Promenades Saint-Bruno.
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