Suitsupply Commences Montreal Flagship Construction

Retail industry news delivered directly to you. Subscribe to Retail-Insider.

Popular Dutch men’s suit retailer Suitsupply has begun building its Montreal flagship, which is expected to open this summer. The three-level 6,515 square foot store will be located at 2148-2150 Rue de la Montagne, and will feature the brand’s suits, casual wear, evening wear, private shopping and made-to-measure. 

Suitsupply will join some prominent nearby menswear retailers. Immediately north is Holt Renfrew, which will close in 2017 to merge with Ogilvy two blocks to the south. The merged Ogilvy/Holt’s will measure 220,000 square feet, housing a substantial menswear section, according to sources at the company. Harry Rosen‘s 22,000 square foot Les Cours Mount-Royal flagship is in the process of being overhauled and expanded (we’ll be writing about this soon), measuring about 33,000 square feet when completed. One of Canada’s most prestigious menswear stores, L’Uomo, is located across Peel Street from Harry Rosen. 

Suitsupply’s first Canadian store opened in February of 2014. The 4,800 square foot, two-level store is located on Hazelton Avenue in Toronto’s upscale Yorkville area.

Rendering: SuitsupplyRendering: Suitsupply

Rendering: Suitsupply

Map: Google MapsMap: Google Maps

Map: Google Maps

Suitsupply is a vertically integrated men’s suit retailer that was started in 2000 in Amsterdam. It has received many awards and was voted #1 men’s suit retailer by the Wall Street Journal. Prices start at $529 and both quality and style are considered to be exceptional. Suitsupply has stores in 17 countries throughout the world. It currently operates 17 American locations, and it expects to open four more in 2016.

Thank you Maxime Frechette for being a source for this article. 

Canadian Retail News From Around The Web: February 29, 2016

Article Author

Craig Patterson
Located in Toronto, Craig is the Editor-in-Chief of Retail Insider and President/CEO of Retail Insider Media Ltd. He is also a retail analyst and consultant, Director of Applied Research at the University of Alberta School of Retailing in Edmonton, and consultant to the Retail Council of Canada. He has studied the Canadian retail landscape for over 25 years and he holds Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws Degrees.

More From The Author

Talbots and Swarovski Shutting Bloor Street Storefronts in Toronto After Operating...

Talbots occupied its space for over 30 years while Swarovski has occupied its storefront for nearly two decades. Both are closing for redevelopment.

Rolex Flagship Store to Replace Cole Haan on Bloor Street in...

The store will occupy a prominent corner near many of the world’s top luxury brands.



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

Latest Stories

Follow us


all-time Popular