Outlet Collection Winnipeg Opens to Huge Crowds [Photos/Floor Plan/Store List]

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Ivanhoé Cambridge has officially opened its Outlet Collection Winnipeg outlet centre, and thousands lined up for the opening on Wednesday, May 3. 

Outlet Collection Winnipeg features more than 400,000 square feet of retail space and 570,000 square feet of gross leasable area, with space for about 100 retailers. The centre, located at 555 Sterling Lyon Parkway, features six anchors: Saks OFF 5TH, Old Navy, F21 Red by Forever 21, DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse, Nike and Winners. F21 Red and Winners will open in September. 

The property is managed by Ivanhoé Cambridge and is jointly owned by Ivanhoé Cambridge, Forster Projects and Harvard Developments. The project broke ground on September 25 of 2015, and it cost over $200 million to build. 


About 1,300 full and part-time retail jobs have been created with its construction, and a further 400 construction-related jobs were created for its development. 

Outlet Collection Winnipeg boasts some unique sustainability features. It’s LEED® pre-certified, and was designed to be over 20% more energy efficient than the stringent requirements of the Manitoba Energy Code for Buildings. Unique roofing material will reduce the heat island effect, and water-efficient fixtures were installed throughout the centre. Low-emission CO2 materials were selected for the flooring, paint and composite wood products used. And for cyclists, there are 80 bike parking spaces. 

For those arriving by car, the centre features about 2,300 parking spaces. 

The centre is the only dedicated outlet mall in Manitoba, and is also the first US-styled suburban outlet shopping centre in Western Canada. Currently, Vancouver’s McArthurGlen Designer Outlets is the only other ‘pure’ outlet centre in Western Canada, and it differs from the Winnipeg property in primarily two ways — McArthurGlen lacks larger anchor stores, and it also features upscale architecture that is unlike any other outlet malls. Western Canada is also home to Calgary’s CrossIron Mills and South Delta’s Tsawwassen Mills, though these are considered to be ‘hybrid’ outlet centres with a mix of full-price and off-price retailers. 

Below is Outlet Collection Winnipeg’s list of retailers as of now. First-to-market tenants are marked with an asterisk (*)


•    DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse*
•    F21 Red* (Opening September 2017)
•    Nike Factory Store*
•    Saks OFF 5TH*
•    Old Navy Outlet
•    Winners (Opening September 2017)


•    Adore Cosmetics (Opening September 2017)
•    AJ Sports
•    Aldo Outlet
•    American Eagle Outfitters* (Opening September 2017)
•    Ardene
•    Audi
•    Banana Republic Factory Store*
•    Bell
•    Bench
•    Bentley*
•    Bluenotes
•    Boathouse*
•    Bombay
•    Bowring
•    Browns Outlet*
•    Call it Spring Outlet*
•    Calvin Klein Outlet*
•    Cellicon
•    Chatters Hair| Beauty |Salon
•    Danier Outlet
•    Davids Tea
•    DOVR
•    Dynamite/Garage
•    Ecko Unltd.
•    Famous Footwear Outlet
•    Gap Factory Store*
•    Garage/Dynamite
•    Gateway News
•    GNC
•    Guess Outlet*
•    Justice* (Opening September 2017)
•    Labels
•    Laura/Laura Petites
•    La Vie en Rose Outlet
•    Levi’s Outlet*
•    Lids
•    Lindt Outlet
•    Lolë Outlet*
•    Lucky Brand Jeans Outlet*
•    Lululemon Athletica*
•    Michael Hill*
•    Michael Kors Outlet (Opening September 2017)
•    Mobilinq
•    Mountain Warehouse*
•    Naturalizer Outlet
•    Nine West Shoe Studio*
•    NoMiNoU
•    Peoples
•    Perfumes 4 U*
•    Portia-Ella
•    Pylon
•    Quarks*
•    Rockport Factory Outlet (Opening September 2017)
•    Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory (Opening September 2017)
•    Roots*
•    Samsonite Outlet*
•    Skechers*
•    Soft-Moc Shoe Rack*
•    Suzy Shier
•    Telus/Koodo
•    The Body Shop*
•    ThinkKitchen*
•    Tommy Hilfiger Outlet
•    Under Armour*
•    Urban Kids
•    West 49
•    Wireless Wave

Food Concessions

•    A&W
•    Bar Burrito
•    Big Smoke Burger
•    Chachi’s
•    Freshly Squeezed
•    Jimmy the Greek
•    Kernels
•    KFC
•    Kimchi
•    New York Fries
•    Shanghai 360
•    Starbucks
•    Sticky’s Candy
•    Sushi Shop (Opening September 2017)
•    Thai Express

*Photos via Jill Demianiw/Ivanhoé Cambridge. 

Article Author

Craig Patterson
Craig Patterson
Located in Toronto, Craig is the Publisher & CEO of Retail Insider Media Ltd. He is also a retail analyst and consultant, Advisor at the University of Alberta School Centre for Cities and Communities in Edmonton, former lawyer and a public speaker. He has studied the Canadian retail landscape for over 25 years and he holds Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws Degrees.

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