CF Toronto Eaton Centre [Mall Tour Series – October 2020]

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Retail Insider’s series of Mall Tours heads to Cadillac Fairview’s CF Toronto Eaton Centre in downtown Toronto during the month of October 2020. Craig and Lee provide commentary on what’s happening at the mall in a tour showcasing what’s open, a bit of history on the centre and what has closed recently prior to the Christmas season.

CF Toronto Eaton Centre is located in downtown Toronto and prior to COVID-19, it was the busiest shopping centre in North America with almost 54 million annual visitors. The four-level shopping centre is anchored by a Nordstrom store at its north end as well as Hudson’s Bay and Saks Fifth Avenue at its south end. CF Toronto Eaton Centre has more than 235 retailers spanning more than 2-million square feet.

CF Toronto Eaton Centre Video Tour:

CF Toronto Eaton Centre Tour Details: 

CF Toronto Eaton Centre Retailers Mentioned in Tour

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Article Author

Lee Rivett
Lee Rivett, based in Vancouver, supports the digital distribution and technical backend operations of Retail Insider. This includes providing technical support for the editors during the digital publication cycle, streamlining virtual tools for the cross-country team and a variety of other duties which keeps the publication running smoothly.

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  1. I heard, the Toronto Eaton Centre was built to resemble a ship with masts and sails at each end represented by the towers. There used to be “port holes” along the Yonge St. frontage but are now covered up with new building facades.


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