TORONTO PREMIUM OUTLETS: UPDATED STORE LISTING

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The Toronto Premium Outlets opened August 1st, 2013. It is located in Halton Hills, West of Toronto. It is anchored by Canada’s first Hudson’s Bay Outlet store, and includes almost 90 retailers in its first phase. 

The Outlets is a joint venture between Simon Property Group and Calloway Real Estate Investment Trust. Simon also plans to open a Montreal Premium Outlets in Mirabel, Quebec, in 2014. 

The following includes a full listing of retailers. We have also posted a list below this image:

The following retailers at the Toronto Premium Outlets will be the first in Canada: 

  • Columbia Sportswear
  • Kate Spade New York
  • Cole Haan 
  • Polo Ralph Lauren
  • Restoration Hardware
  • Ted Baker London
  • Icebreaker

The following complete list of retailers were provided by Toronto Premium Outlets: 

• Adidas • Aeropostale • American Eagle Outfitters • Ardene • Banana Republic Factory Store • Bellisima • Bench • Broadway Fashions • Brooks Brothers Factory Store • Burberry (estimated Dec. 2013 opening) • Calvin Klein • Columbia Sportswear • DKNY • Eddie Bauer Outlet (estimated Sept. 2013 opening) • Gap Outlet • Garage • Guess Factory Store • Haggar Clothing Co. • Hot Topic • Hudson’s Bay Outlet (Anchor) • Hugo Boss Factory Store • Icebreaker • J.Crew • Levi’s Outlet Store • Lucky Brand • Michael Kors • Nike Factory Store • Oakley Vault • Polo Ralph Lauren Factory Store • Ports 1961 • Puma • Reebok • Sarar • Ted Baker London • Tommy Hilfiger • True Religion Brand Jeans • YaYa & Co. • Zumiez • The Children’s Place Outlet • Aldo • Asics (estimated Oct. 2013 opening) • Cole Haan • Famous Footwear Outlet • Naturalizer • Nike Factory Store • Nine West Outlet • Puma • Reebok • Rockport • Saucony • Skechers • Vince Camuto • Coach • Danier Leather • Samsonite • Fossil • Kate Spade New York • Lids • Sunglass Hut • Watch Station International • Corningware Corelle Revere • Restoration Hardware • Royal Doulton • Think Kitchen • The Body Shop • Bose • The Cosmetics Company Store • Lindt Chocolate • Oro Gold Cosmetics • Perfumes 4 U • Signature Perfume • Victorinox Swiss Army • Famous Wok • Sbarro • Subway • Umi Sushi • Villa Medina  

We’ll update you when new information and brands are announced for the Toronto Premium Outlets. 

Thank you to the several readers who submitted information on the Toronto Premium Outlets including ACT7 of Urban Toronto, Carolyn Day Donaldson and several regular Retail Insider contributors who prefer to remain anonymous.   

[Toronto Premium Outlets website]

4 COMMENTS

  1. Do you know if the J.Crew is a new concept? If it's a factory store like the J.Crew stores at all other Premium Outlet malls in the US, then it isn't our first. There's a J.Crew Factory at Vaughan Mills.

  2. PREMIUM PRICE OUTLET ??? DON'T EVEN BOTHER TO COME,
    THIS ARE NOT OUTLET, WASTE TIME, WASTE GAS, THANK GOD I DIDN'T WASTE ANY MONEY TO SPEND, SO DISAPPOINTED

  3. The mall itself Is pretty decent, but there’s one store in particular that I must say everyone should avoid and that store is "Signature Perfume". By far the worst customer service I’ve had in my life (and I work in retail so I should be an easier critique!). The first time I went there was a gentleman, very nice and patient, went through a couple of different colognes (of my choose) with me. I first told him I wanted one cologne but then he told me he’d give me a good price if I bought two. So he told me that the cologne is $70 regular and if I only buy one he’ll do $60 but if I buy two he’ll give me that one for $50. So it was working in my favor however, then he started recommending me some brands that I’ve never heard before suggesting its number one cologne in the market (when I googled the name I literally had to type "cologne" beside the brand name to find search results). Anyways, I completely refused to him trying to sell me some random brands and that’s when he started to get annoyed (because I wasn’t listening to him). I then choose the second perfume I wanted where he said he would give me that one for $50 as well since I’ll be buying two. Again he tried to push the random brands however I told him I have decided to get the two I picked out and we proceed to the cash. That’s where he tells me your total with tax is $124 and change, right away a red flag because the colognes should’ve been $50+$50=100 + $13tax = $113 and so I told him there’s an error and he goes like no it’s 110+tax and I told him I wasted an hour there because you told me you’d give it to me $100+tax, he denied even offering me those prices, so I walked out.

    My second second visit to the mall I was like I’ll give this store the benefit of the doubt and try again (maybe it was one bad experience) this time there were two girls there, same thing they told me that if I get two I get a better price, first one I picked out they told me they would do $45 for me, again they offered me those random brands but I rejected them right away. So after another half an hour they said they would do $45 again for the second one I picked out only because I’m buying two (that too they were trying to beat their competitors price in the mall). So again we proceed to cash and the girl tells me it’s $113 including taxes, DÉJÀ VU! I look at her and I ask her "$113?" And she goes like "yes if you add taxes it’ll come to $113". And I tell her $45+$45=90+tax = 101.7 so she goes like "I don’t know I just put it in the computer and that’s what it gave me" and I ask her to show me her computer so when she turns the screen towards me I see that she charged me $100+tax. So I tell her that you told me $90 tax for both and she denies ever offering me that price… If my brother wasn’t with me both times to witness this I might’ve thought I was going crazy! And so I walked out again. Paying $10 more for amazing colognes is not a big deal, I’d pay $20 extra, but the fact was they try to play the customer. Anyone who does not pay attention to pricing after tax will get scammed by these guys. This has happened to me 2 out of 2 times I’ve gone to this store! So I’d highly recommend everyone from avoiding a store who clearly works on ripping people off!

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