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When Yorkdale opened in a north Toronto suburban area 1964, it was the world's largest mall. Although it no longer holds that title, Yorkdale is no less impressive a paradise for shopaholics. More... Read More
When Yorkdale opened in a north Toronto suburban area 1964, it was the world's largest mall. Although it no longer holds that title, Yorkdale is no less impressive a paradise for shopaholics. More than 400,000 customers visit each week, but Yorkdale's spacious hallways and 27-foot high ceilings give shoppers the feeling of space even on the busiest days. Throughout the past decade, stylish renovations have helped Yorkdale draw an increasing number of upscale retail tenants, including Michael Kors, Tiffany & Co. and even Canada's first Apple store. The success of these stores is bringing even more exciting options for fashionable shoppers with a $330 million expansion opening in fall 2016. Yorkdale's food court, Dine on 3 was designed to fit in with the mall's high-end vibe. Hungry shoppers can call ahead to reserve a table, while a concierge desk offers everything from complimentary reading material to post-meal mints.
- Shopping Malls and Centers: "Yorkdale's redesigned food court includes an outdoor terrace, so shoppers can take in some fresh air while they enjoy a meal."
- Best for Shopping Malls and Centers Because: Easily accessible from public transportation to car, Yorkdale is a luxurious way to get whatever you need.