For leasing information contact:

Ryan Bouchard

Southridge Mall
1933 Regent Street, Sudbury, ON, P3E 5R2
705-522-5480
Email: info@southridgemall.ca




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lease plans and mall layouts

Map & Leasing Plan
 

Sudbury Big Nickel

 

The City of Greater Sudbury is a diversified regional urban centre, with a focus on technology, education, government and health services.

In 1884, the discovery of rich minerals became the driving force of growth within Sudbury.

Today mining remains a major influence in the local economy. The city has diversified significantly in recent years to establish itself as a major centre of financial and business services, tourism, health care and research, education and government.

Once known as only a mining town, the city has diversified and now supports a multitude of industries.

Besides industries, the city is home to over 23,600 post secondary students (14,100 full-time, 9,500 part-time) at colleges and universities in their quest for higher education.

The new Laurentian Hospital and the Northern Ontario School of Medicine solidifies Sudbury’s position as the Regional Health Centre for North Eastern Ontario.

The most celebrated of Sudbury’s transformations is the focused effort at land reclamation. Since the late seventies, successes in land reclamation and rehabilitation of lakes has earned Sudbury international recognition for its environmental efforts.

A truly green city, the City of Greater Sudbury encompasses over 300 lakes within its municipal boundaries and is one of the few cities in the world with a lake at its centre.

Population
The City of Greater Sudbury is the largest city in Northern Ontario.

Total population: 155,268
(2001 Census)

Market Profile
The City of Greater Sudbury is a regional shopping destination serving Northeastern Ontario, with approximately 300,000 people living within a 160km radius (2001 Census).

Based on retail sales per capital, Greater Sudbury is ranked 5th out of 34 Canadian urban markets of 100,000+ population.

Estimated retail sales for 2006: $2,329 million, establishes Greater Sudbury as the premier retail centre of Northeastern Ontario. Estimates for 2007 has increased to over $2,557 million.
(Source: FP Markets Canadian Demographics 2006)

In 2006, the largest single infrastructure project was undertaken to accommodate the rapid growth around Southridge Mall in the south end of Sudbury

Location
Centrally located City of Greater Sudbury is the regional capital of Northeastern Ontario. Over $146 million is generated from visitors in Ontario alone with $175 million across the globe.
• 390km North of Toronto
• 290km East of Sault Ste. Marie
• 480km West of Ottawa

Language
With a rich multicultural heritage, Sudbury is a truly bilingual community. 40% identify themselves as bilingual English and French.

Store Directory
 
 Bell World
 Bentley Leather
 Bottega Mia
 Carlton Cards
 CIBC
 Dollarama
 Fabricland
 Goodlife Fitness
 Lam's Chinese Food
 Laura Secord
 Northern Reflections
 Payless ShoeSource
 Peoples Jewellers
 Pet Valu Better Pet Nutrition
 S Mart
 Sport Chek
 Subway
 Sudbury Steam
 Tay Nail World
 The Source
Mall Hours
Mon-Fri 9.30 am until 9.00 pm
Sat 9.30 am until 5.30 pm
Sun 11.00 am until 5.00pm
 
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