Beloved Plaza Pointe-Claire up for sale – Montreal

Nearly 62 years ago, Plaza Pointe-Claire was getting ready to open its doors for the very first time.

Known then as the Pointe-Claire shopping centre, it was an outdoor mall, full of mom-and-pop shops.

Today, the centre is still a haven for local stores, loved and visited by many — which is why news that the plaza is up for sale is upsetting for longtime clients.

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“Oh God, no, let’s not do this,” said Michelin Beluse. “We’ve been through enough, this is 2020 — we don’t need this little place to shut down. It has everything we need here.”

A newspaper ad from 1958 to advertise the opening of Plaza Pointe-Claire, known then as the Pointe-Claire shopping centre.

A newspaper ad from 1958 to advertise the opening of Plaza Pointe-Claire, known then as the Pointe-Claire shopping centre.


Plaza Pointe-Claire

The mall has quietly been on the market for about a week. Management officially informed merchants on Wednesday morning.

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