Toronto’s Oxford Properties-owned Scarborough Town Centre is planning major improvements, as it looks to be one of the top malls in the region. We spoke with General Manager Robert Horst for details.

The 1.3 million square foot, 250+ store mall saw $62 million in enhancements in 2010, resulting in a remarkable 40% sales productivity increase. Building on this success will be more mall upgrades, with a goal for the centre to be “the best shopping experience between Yonge Street and Montreal”, according to Mr. Horst.

Scarborough Town Centre’s food component is next to see improvements. Mr. Horst explained that Oxford Properties will invest $35-million in a two-phase, two-level space with a variety of quick-service food vendors as well as new premium, fast-casual restaurants…..

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