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Marché Saint-Lin

Strategically located, St-Lin-Laurentides is a gateway town to the region via Route 158. Marché Saint-Lin is in close proximity to the intersection of Routes 158, 335, and 339, when coming from or traveling to Highway 25. It is a long-time sought-after market by retailers due to the rapidly expanding market. It is across from a Couche-Tard gas station with a Tim Hortons, and tenants include an IGA, Jean-Coutu, and McDonalds.   Highest population growth in the province 15.1% (2010-2015) Composed mainly of young families with children (52%)     Daily traffic count of over 13,100 vehicles Only shopping centre South of Route 158 in the fastest growing residential sector     Trade area exceeds 13,500 people Multiple new residential developments around and directly adjacent the centre    ...

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Marché Terrebonne

Strategically located at the intersection of Route 335 (Highway 19) and Rang St-François in the region of Lorraine/ Terrebonne West. The trade area includes the communities of Terrebonne West, Bois-des-Filion, as well as 2 sectors of Lorraine and Ste-Anne-des-Plaines. As well, there are two adjacent industrial parks employing over 5,000 people. Tenants include: Super C, Ultramar, Caisse Populaire Desjardins, Familiprix, Tim Hortons, Clinique Centre Dentaire, Sutton, Dollarama, Couche-Tard, Amir, Ben & Florentine, Subway, and Thai Express.   Over 16,500 households in the primary area, with an average annual household income of $114,000 Annual population growth rate of 18.4% (2010-2015) Over 200 new homes are built per year     Daily traffic count of over 19,600 vehicles Located at the lighted intersection of Route 335 (Highway 19) and Rang-St-François, providing for direct and easy access to the centre   Trade area of over 43,500 people...

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Marché Lachenaie

Strategically located at the intersection of Highway 40 with the 640, the centre is in close proximity to the regional hospital, train station, numerous residential and office building developments, as well as a soon-to-be built school, municipal pool, and community center (summer 2017). Neighbouring retailers include Costco, Home Depot, Sears, Bureau en Gros, Cinema Triomphe movie theatre, and more.   Above average annual household income exceeding $86,000 Mainly populated by young families/ homeowners (43.3%) Daytime population of over 281,000 people   Daily traffic count of over 170,000 vehicles Continuation of Avenue Yves-Blais planned for adjacent residential development   Trade area exceeds 290,000 people Excellent visibility, in a growing commercial node consisting of several adjacent mega power...

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Marché Lavaltrie

Strategically located on the primary access route to the city of Lavaltrie, Chemin Lavaltrie (Route 131), coming from Highway 40. After much economic development in recent years, the centre is now prominently located in the new commercial node of the city. Construction has recently commenced for an expansion adjacent the IGA. Across the street, you will find a recently opened Caisse Desjardins, Shell gas station, and Boni Soir. Strong residential development directly behind the centre continues.   Primary population exceeds 13,000 people Steady growth of young families, with 11 residential projects underway, and children representing almost 20% of the population     Daily traffic count exceeds 10,800 vehicles Intersection with traffic lights providing safe, easy, & direct access to the centre     Trade area exceeds 18,000 people Gateway to the city of Lavaltrie    ...

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Centre La Plaine

Strategically positioned adjacent to numerous new residential developments, as well as a rapidly expanding commercial sector with IGA (Sobeys), Jean Coutu, Metro, Dollarama, Banque Nationale, Caisse Desjardins, and SAQ, which are all expanding, as well as recently-opened Pharmaprix and Canadian-Tire stores. The centre faces the region’s only high school, and neighbors its only civic center and arena.   Primary population exceeds 25,000 people Very strong growth in population of mainly young families (6.8% projected growth rate between 2015 and 2020)     Daily traffic count of 20,000 vehicles Multiple entrances, and an intersection with a traffic light, provides for direct and easy access to the centre   Trading population exceeds 36,500 people Adjacent to a large new residential...

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Centre Lachenaie

  Mainly populated by young families/homeowners   Daily traffic count exceeds 170,000 vehicles at the intersection of Autoroute 40 and Autoroute 640 New traffic lights to be installed and multiple entries provide for direct and easy access to the Shopping Centre   Trading population exceeds 290,000 people Neighbouring extensive mixed-use and office developments, as well as vast new residential development...

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Marché St Félix de Valois

Route 131 connects St-Félix-de-Valois to the cities of Berthierville, St-Jean-sur-Matha and Joliette, with Joliette being the regional centre of Lanaudière.   Majoritarily young homeowners with children     Traffic count varies between 12,000 and 14,000 vehicles daily (increasing at a rate of 2% annually) New lighted intersection provides for direct and easy access to the Shopping Centre from Route 131 Easy access to Highways 31 and 40 via Joliette   Trade area exceeds 11,600 people The site has become the first and the most important commercial sector of the municipality Residential development directly behind the Shopping Centre includes 206 new apartment units, 64 new houses and a senior’s residence for 150...

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Marché La Plaine

  Primary population exceeds 23,000 people Very strong growth in population of mainly young families (13.5% projected growth rate between 2012 and 2017)     Daily traffic count of over 13,100 vehicles Multiple, easy access points of entry and exit to the Shopping Centre   Trade area exceeds 64,500 people Neighbouring SAQ, schools and new residential...

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