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Toronto Eaton Centre

Town Shoes has opened in their new location in between the Disney Store and Hallmark on Level 2. Their previous location near the Queen St. entrance is now covered in hoarding.
The Me To We social enterprise shop is now open as well.
Lush's olfactory emanations have been quite reduced since they moved into their new location. Saje's scent levels are surprisingly not particularly strong either.
Bluenotes has not re-opened anywhere else in the mall. It's been replaced by Journeys. However, the Bluenotes website still lists their Eaton Centre location as being open.
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UNIQLO Launches First Canadian Store at CF Toronto Eaton Centre on Friday, September 30

UNIQLO, the global casual apparel retailer, today announced that it launches in Canadawith the opening of its first two stores in Toronto: one in the CF Toronto Eaton Centre on September 30 and one in the Yorkdale Shopping Centre on October 20.

"We are very excited to launch UNIQLO in Canada and introduce our LifeWear - innovative, high-quality clothing that is universal in design and comfort and made for everyone, everywhere - as well as our exceptional value and customer service to Canadian customers," said Yasuhiro Hayashi, Chief Operating Officer of UNIQLO Canada. "At UNIQLO, we constantly improve our products to be able to offer more warmth, more lightness and more comfort. Torontonians are known for celebrating individuality and continuous reinvention, and these qualities make Toronto the perfect place to open our first doors."

The UNIQLO CF Toronto Eaton Centre location is a two-level store with a total sales floor of 27,400 square feet, located on the 3rd floor of the city's shopping centre facing Yonge-Dundas Square. UNIQLO Yorkdale Shopping Centre is a two-level store featuring a total sales floor of 25,500 square feet in the new wing expansion of the Yorkdale Shopping Centre.

Recognized for its innovative functional apparel, as well as its high-quality wardrobe staples, UNIQLO will present a range of core items for men, women, kids and babies at its two stores. In addition to the brand's signature items such as Ultra Light Down, HEATTECH,Cashmere, Extra Fine Merino, Jeans and Oxford Shirts, the stores will carry designer collaborations like the Inès de la Fressange and Carine Roitfeld collections.

UNIQLO takes pride in establishing relationships in the communities where it lives and works, and as a first step ahead of the official launch, UNIQLO Canada is pleased to partner with local shops across Toronto. These shops will introduce a selection of UNIQLO items to Torontonians for a period of two weeks ahead of UNIQLO Canada's official launch, while stocks last.

UNIQLO CF Toronto Eaton Centre

Opening date

Friday, September 30, 2016


220 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario M5B 2H1, Canada


OPENING DAY: September 30: 10:30 a.m. – 9:30 p.m.

Monday to Friday: 10 a.m. - 9:30 p.m.

Saturday: 9:30 a.m. – 9:30 p.m.

Sunday 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Sales floor

Approx. 27,400 square feet across two levels

Shame photos can't be directly uploaded (with ease) here -- this link has a rendering of the store, as well as mall floor plan where Uniqlo will be located at TEC:

What's interesting is despite having exterior branding, the Uniqlo store will be accessed from within the mall (see floor plan).

Look closely at the rendering, as the corner retail space facing Yonge Street appears to be a sports retailer -- if the rendering has any degree of accuracy regarding the tenant for that space, that is.
As I said in another thread, I really doubt that the Uniqlo rendering is accurate since it doesn't even match the contours of the actual building exterior.
Yeah… that rendering is bullshit. (Sorry.)

Here are some pics inside the new Dundas Street entrance for UNIQLO and Nordstrom:


UNIQLO exterior sign under construction on Yonge Street. It is facing diagonal to Yonge Street, not perpendicular as in the rendering previously posted.


Nordstrom hallway entrance - you can see UNIQLO will be above on the upper level.


Trinity Way entrance - the doors on both sides are being replaced with automatic sliding doors.



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So happy to see they are replacing those heavy ass doors with sliding doors!! Those Eaton Centre doors are my least favourite doors to use.
These don't look cheap. They actually look pretty good for sliding doors. Nothing like you'd see at a grocery store.

This is the cheap crap most retailers go with:

Hopefully, they'll fix the connections from HBC to the rest of the mall/Queen subway station. Those doors have a horrible swing and are really awkward - everyone goes through the accessible entrance.
A peek at UNIQLO's interior under construction:


Nordstrom's Red Carpet Gala was tonight - here's some live models in the window:


The new sliding doors in action; Red Carpet to Nordstrom on the right:



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Mackage is now open on Level 3. Zvelle shoes opened up a pop-up shop in the previous H2O+ location. Honey has opened in the former Danier Leather space. Lids has moved into their new location on Level 1 beside the Fido store. And in case anyone forgot, UNIQLO is now open!

Edit: The Zvelle pop-up closed on September 29th.
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Bonlook Optical will be opening December 1st in the former H20+ location beside Birks on Level 3.
Wilfred is now open on Level 2 beside Johnston & Murphy (the former Jacob store). Their original Level 3 location is closed.
Roots will be having a new Grand Opening celebration for their renovation from October 21-23.