Marché St-Antoine

Strategically located on the main commercial artery, Boul. St-Antoine (Route 158), near several new residential development projects in a growing region. The centre’s main entrance is a lighted intersection, allowing for direct and easy access. Tenants incl.: IGA (Sobeys), Familiprix, Tim Hortons, and a soon-to-be built Dollarama. Primary population exceeds 21,200 people Population growth rate exceeds 7.7%, and continues to grow at an accelerated rate   Daily traffic count exceeds 18,400 vehicles New traffic light provides for direct and easy access to the Shopping Centre Trade area exceeds 28,000 people Located on the main commercial artery of the region, Route 158 Adjacent several new residential development projects...

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Marché St-Joseph-du-Lac

Main commercial centre in the region, strategically located at the major intersection linking the growing communities of St-Joseph-du-Lac, Pointe-Calumet, and Sainte-Marthe-sur-le-Lac. Over 11,000 commuters pass by daily en route to and from Highway 640. Tenants include: IGA Extra (Sobeys), Familiprix, SAQ, Subway, and Sushi Shop.   Primary population exceeds 13,500 people Population growth of 11.7%, one of the highest in the province     Daily traffic count of over 11,000 vehicles Lighted intersection provides for direct and easy access to the Shopping Centre from both Chemin Principal and Chemin Oka   Trade area exceeds 24,500 people...

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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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Marché Lachute

Marché Lachute is a grocery-anchored shopping centre, strategically located on one of Lachute’s main commercial arteries, Avenue Bethany (Route 148), directly off of Highway 50 at the entrance to Lachute. The centre is currently grocery-anchored by an IGA, and construction will begin shortly on a Shell gas station with a convenience store, car-wash, and a commercial building of approximately 10,000 sq.ft. adjacent the IGA. The centre is adjacent Carrefour Argenteuil, whose main tenants are a Canadian Tire and a Metro supermarket. In addition, Walmart is located opposite the Carrefour.   Primary population exceeds 12,900 people Daytime population of almost 22,000     Daily traffic count of over 11,300 vehicles Multiple entry points as well as at an intersection with a traffic light     Trade area exceeds 24,500 people In close proximity to Walmart and Canadian Tire, as well as to new residential development, indoor mall, office complex, and industrial park    ...

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Marché Rivière-Rouge

Strategically located on Route 117, the main commercial artery of the region, in close proximity to the IGA, a Familiprix pharmacy, as well as a SAQ. The Shopping Centre is 10 minutes away from the Tremblant International Airport. The daytime population exceeds 10,500 people, and the daily traffic count exceeds 10,300 vehicles per day. Daytime population of over 10,500 people   Daily traffic count of 10,300 vehicles   Trade area exceeds 11,000 people In close proximity to the IGA supermarket, Familiprix Pharmacy, and SAQ, as well as to the region’s sports and cultural centre, and the Tremblant International Airport    ...

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Centre Kénogami

Strategically located in a growing area targeted for commercial development Primary population exceeds 10,000 people   Daily traffic count exceeds 16,000 vehicles Lighted intersection provides for direct and easy access to the Shopping Centre Trading population exceeds 17,500 people Shopping Centre surrounded by the region’s new residential projects Limited competition in the area, providing for an attractive commercial...

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Marché Langelier

  Primary population exceeds 40,500 people Densely populated with young families   Daily traffic count of 46,900 vehicles   Trade area exceeding 165,000 people Two sets of traffic lights provide easy, multiple access points of entry and exit to the Shopping Centre  ...

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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-Léonard

Primary population exceeds 40,500 people (1km radius) Densely populated by young families   Daily traffic count of 46,900 vehicles Two sets of traffic lights provide multiple easy access points of entry and exit to the Shopping Centre Trade area exceeds 165,000 people (3 km...

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Marché Pointe-du-Lac

Primary population of 8,300 people (2007) Very strong growth in population at an annual rate exceeding 3% (2007)   Easy access to the Shopping Centre from Highway 40 and Route 138 The Pointe-du-Lac area forms an integral part of the economic engine of the Mauricie region and this site will be the major retail centre in the town New 650-unit residential development (Domaine des Trente Arpents) at proximity to the project providing for a strong primary trade...

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