A premier shopping destination with international retailers, Toronto Eaton Centre shopping experience is unmatched by any other downtown shopping destination.
The Toronto Eaton Centre shopping mall and office complex is located in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The mall received its name fr om the now-defunct anchor, Eaton's department store.
Toronto Eaton Centre provides shopping, dining and entertainment for Toronto urban dwellers and the host of tourists who flock to downtown Toronto.
The spectacular glass galleria soars above over 230 retailers, restaurants and services.
Centrally located in the heart of downtown Toronto, Toronto Eaton Centre is directly connected indoors with two major subway stops. It is part of Toronto’s underground PATH System.
In 1977 the northern section of Toronto Eaton Centre was built. In 1979, the southern section was completed. Phases were added in 1990 and 1999.
Toronto Eaton Centre’s architect, Ed Zeidler, modeled the mall after Milan’s Galleria Vittorio Emanuelesee. The four-level shopping centre has a glass-domed galleria running the length of the centre. Suspended from the galleria is a mobile of a flock of Canadian geese, Flight Stop, designed by artist Michael Snow.
In 2004, the “Dundas Expansion,” attracted new anchors like H&M’s Toronto flagship store. The mall’s multi-purpose space houses new retailers, additional parking spaces, and extra class spaces for Ryerson University.
Toronto Eaton Centre is one of the city’s wh ere people gather in a classic environment.
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