April 29, 2014

Outlet collection at Niagara announces its tenant list

New shopping centre adds 102 retailers to the Niagara-on-the-Lake landscape

New shopping centre adds 102 retailers to the Niagara-on-the-Lake landscape

Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON – Canada’s largest open-air outlet shopping centre, Outlet collection at Niagara, announced today the list of retailers set to open at the 520,000 ft2 (48,300 m2) shopping centre. The list, which includes several first-in-Canada outlet Locations, including the first Bass Pro Shops Outpost concept store, the first Pandora Outlet and the first White House Black Market Outlet, names all 102 marquee retailers opening their doors at the brand new shopping centre.

“We are very excited to announce such an exceptional list of retailers,” said Bri-Ann Stuart, General Manager, Outlet collection at Niagara. “Not only does the roster include some extremely well-known and respected brands such as Kate Spade, NIKE, Calvin Klein and Michael Kors, we are also pleased to offer retail experiences that can’t be found anywhere else in Canada. With more than 10 million visitors to the Niagara region each year, we intend on becoming one of the area’s top tourist destinations, drawing value-seeking shoppers from all over the world.”

Opening May 15, 2014, the shopping centre also includes a food court pavilion – The Eatery – and an event area for a farmer’s market and community gathering place. As well as bringing shoppers from surrounding areas to Niagara-on-the-Lake and infusing the local economy with several million dollars in economic benefits, the new shopping centre has added close to 1,500 full and part-time jobs to the region.

“We are very excited to see this exceptional new shopping experience coming to fruition,” said David Baffa, Senior Vice President, Retail Development, Central and Western Regions and Brazil, at Ivanhoé Cambridge. “Outlet collection at Niagara brings our retail expertise to a new market while reinforcing our position as a leader in the Canadian shopping centre industry.”

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