A massive new outlet mall west of Toronto will have the first ever Hudson’s Bay outlet store
Real estate giants Simon Property Group and Calloway Real Estate Investment Trust are opening a huge outlet mall on August 1 in Halton Hills, about an hour’s drive from downtown. Along with the first Hudson’s Bay outlet store, Toronto Premium Outlets will also have the first Canadian discount locations of several big-name brands, including Kate Spade New York, DKNY and Restoration Hardware. In all, the mall will have about 85 stores, with plans for a second phase of construction when some of the luxury brands just now arriving in Canada are ready to open discount offshoots. Between Halton Hills and Tanger Factory Outlets’s plans to expand their Cookstown outlet centre, Torontonians could soon see the end of a long-standing tradition of cross-border shopping. Below, the full list of stores.
Brands opening their first outlet store in Canada: Polo Ralph Lauren, Cole Haan, Columbia Sportswear, DKNY, Icebreaker, Kate Spade New York, Restoration Hardware, Ted Baker London, Hudson’s Bay
Other stores: J. Crew, Banana Republic, Bench, Bose, Brooks Brothers, Coach, Dynamite, Eddie Bauer, Gap Outlet, Garage, Guess, Lucky Brand Jeans, Michael Kors, True Religion, Zumiez, Adidas, Aeropostale, American Eagle Outfitters, Ardene, Banana Republic Factory Store, Bellissma, Bench, Broadway Fashions, Brooks Brothers Factory Store, Burberry, Calvin Klein, Eddie Bauer, Gap, Garage, Guess Factory Store, Haggar Clothing Co., Hot Topic, Hugo Boss Factory Store, Levi’s, Lucky Brand, Michael Kors, Nike Factory Store, Oakley Vault, Ports 1961, Puma, Reebok, Sarar, Tom’s Place, Tommy Hilfiger, True Religion Brand Jeans, YaYa & Co., Zumiez, The Children’s Place, Aldo, Asics, Famous Footwear Outlet, Naturalizer, Nine West, Puma, Rockport, Saucony, Skechers, Vince Camuto, Fossil, Lids, Sunglass Hut, Watch Station International, Corningware Corelle Revere, Royal Doulton, Think Kitchen, The Body Shop, Bose, The Cosmetics Company Store, Gateway Newsstand, Lindt Chocolate, Orogold Cosmetics, Perfumes 4 U, Signature Perfume, Victorinox Swiss Army
5 thoughts on “A massive new outlet mall west of Toronto will have the first ever Hudson’s Bay outlet store”
There is already a J.Crew outlet in Vaughan Mills.
I doubt this will end cross border shopping. If the arrival of Target and other US based stores are any indication, prices will probably still be higher.
This article isn’t accurate. The first DKNY outlet store opened at Vaughan Mills a couple months ago. Also, I don’t see how this mall will change cross border shopping, pretty sure Vaughan Mills has almost all these brands.
this would NOT be first ever Hudson’s Bay outlet store .. HBC used to have an outlet on Dundas St in Etobicoke
Please Toronto: Stay home to shop. There is nothing for you @ this new mall and you’re gumming up my 401!!!
I have shop at Premium Outlets in the US in the winter months & prices for Coach, American Eagle, Children’s Place, are comparable Columbia is much better in the US & the Hudson Bay Outlet is amazing…definitely worth stopping in…& don’t forget Lindt. Also Nike’s back wall has some great finds & Bench has a great clearance section :)
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