Place Sainte-Foy

Place Sainte-Foy is an upscale shopping mall located in the former city of Sainte-Foy of Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. It is owned by Ivanhoé Cambridge.

Place Sainte-Foy
LocationQuebec City, Quebec
Coordinates46.7735°N 71.279°W / 46.7735; -71.279
Address2450, boulevard Laurier
Opening date1958
DeveloperIvanhoe Corporation
ManagementIvanhoé Cambridge
OwnerIvanhoé Cambridge
No. of stores and services135
No. of anchor tenants5
Total retail floor area590,000 sq ft (55,000 m2)
No. of floors1

The anchors are Simons, Signature Maurice Tanguay, Metro, Saks Off 5th and Archambault. The mall has 135 stores covering 590,000 square feet (54,800 square metres)[1] including the first Apple Store in the Capitale-Nationale . The mall is situated next to Université Laval and to the shopping malls Laurier Québec and Place de la Cité.

Place Sainte-Foy, one of Ivanhoé Cambridge's oldest shopping centres, opened in phases in late 1958 and early 1959 and was developed by Ivanhoe Corporation on a site formerly anchored by just a Steinberg supermarket since November 1957.[2] The Royal Bank of Canada is the oldest tenant of Place Sainte-Foy, while the Salon Maxime hairdresser shop has been in the mall for over 50 years.[3] Among the anchor tenants, Simons is by far the oldest; it inaugurated in 1961 and expanded in 1988 and 2010.[3][4] Past anchors include Steinberg (1958–92), Miracle Mart/M (1963–92), Eaton (1975–99), Holt Renfrew (1965-2015) and Les Ailes de la Mode (1997-2015).

The sale of Mail Champlain to Cominar Real Estate Investment Trust in 2014 left Place Sainte-Foy as the last remaining shopping mall originally built by the former Ivanhoe Corporation that is still managed by Ivanhoé Cambridge. From 2004 to 2012, Place Sainte-Foy was owned in equal proportions by Ivanhoé Cambridge and Commerzbank AG (Commerz Real) of Germany.[5][6] Ivanhoé Cambridge reacquired Commerbanz's stake in Place Sainte-Foy in 2012 to become wholly owner of the mall again.[7]

On October 2010, Place Sainte-Foy completed a two-year renovations which added an underground parking to the mall and increased the size of the Simons store.[8]

The most recent investment project was announced in 2016, when the mall owners announced a $60 million project to build a state-of-the-art parking facility in the rear of the mall, adjoining Hochelaga Boulevard. The structure will include four stories above ground and one other underground level, totaling 3000 parking spaces.[9]

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  2. Jean-Michel Genois Gagnon (September 28, 2013). "Place Ste-Foy: à partir d'une épicerie..." Le Soleil (in French). Retrieved April 30, 2018.
  4. Josée Guimond. "Simons: le tournant de l'expansion" [Simons: the turning point of expansion]. Le Soleil (in French). Retrieved April 30, 2018.
  5. "Ivanhoe Cambridge sells 50% stake in 6 shopping centres, office building". CBC News. July 6, 2004. Retrieved April 30, 2018.
  6. "Ivanhoé Cambridge devient propriétaire à 100 % de quatre centres commerciaux au Québec, en Nouvelle-Écosse et en Colombie-Britannique" [Ivanhoé Cambridge becomes 100% owner of four shopping centers in Quebec, Nova Scotia and British Columbia] (in French). Retrieved April 30, 2018.
  7. "PLACE STE-FOY". Retrieved April 30, 2018 via
  8. "Deux nouveaux stationnements étagés à Place Ste-Foy" [Two new parking storages at Place Ste-Foy]. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. March 31, 2016. Retrieved April 30, 2018.
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