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Erin Mills Town Centre's New Curb Appeal

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Erin Mills Town Centre's New Curb Appeal

Erin Mills Town Centre’s makeover continues, and mall rep Ruby Fruitman sent us a few shots of its new and improved main entrance. “As you can see," she says, "it’s very modern, with lots of glass, an abundance of light and a fabulous dome sphere that can be seen for miles around." Work is well underway on the new food court—with two floors of vendors and restaurants and a top-level patio—which will open next spring.

Erin Mills Town Centre's New Curb Appeal

Erin Mills Town Centre hadn’t been renovated since the 850k SF property—owned by Ontario Pension Board—opened in 1989. The $100M makeover is aimed at luring new customers and “aspirational brandretailers to the mall—growing better, but not bigger. Upgrades include a new centre court, with infinity pool and the aforementioned 283-foot glass sphere, replacing the mall’s iconic clock tower (seen in this old shot of EMTC).