Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Polo Park Number 16 Mall in Canada

In 2014, Polo Park ranked at number 14 in Canada for sales in Canada. major upgrades at several malls across Canada have pushed the mall back two places for 2015.

There is little doubt that Sears is hurting Polo Park's standings although sales did increase in the year overall in the mall. If Sears does decide to quit Polo Park, it is expected sales will leap in Winnipeg's biggest shopping area.

List for 2015

1. Yorkdale Shopping Centre, Toronto, ON: $1,610
2. CF Pacific Centre, Vancouver, BC: $1599
3. Oakridge Centre, Vancouver, BC: $1,537
4. CF Toronto Eaton Centre, Toronto, ON: $1,509
5. Southgate Centre, Edmonton, AB: $1,215
6. CF Chinook Centre, Calgary, AB: $1,119
7. Royal Bank Plaza, Toronto, ON: $1,096
8. CF Rideau Centre, Ottawa, ON: $1,018
9. Metropolis at Metrotown, Burnaby, BC: $1,008
10. Square One Shopping Centre, Mississauga ON: $994
11. CF Sherway Gardens, Toronto, ON: $965
12: CF Market Mall, Calgary, AB: $961   
13: CF Richmond Centre, Richmond, BC: $928
14: CF Fairview Mall, Toronto, ON: $913
15: CF Carrefour Laval, Laval QC: $888
16: CF Polo Park, Winnipeg, MB: $886
17: CF Masonville Place, London, ON: $855
18: Holt Renfrew Centre, Toronto, ON: $828
19: Mapleview Centre, Burlington ON: $823
20: Toronto Dominion Centre, Toronto, ON: $816
21: Peter Pond Mall, Ft. McMurray, AB: $804
22: Complex Les Ailes, Montreal QC: $790
23: Scarborough Town Centre, Toronto, ON: $790
24: Conestoga Mall, Waterloo, ON: $786
25: Halifax Shopping Centre, Halifax, NS: $783


Anonymous said...

No West Edmonton Mall or does that it get rated on a different scale?

John Dobbin said...

It did not make the top 25 in sales in Canada.

Anonymous said...

Sales per square foot?

Anonymous said...

It's sales per square foot - not sales

John Dobbin said...

Yes. It is sales per square foot which is industry standard for measuring store performance. West Edmonton Mall has only a part of it that has high sales and the rest of the mall falls below the top 25.

Polo Park is very likely dragged down by Sears and might be higher with a different retailer or retailers in that 300,000 square foot space.