Conestoga Mall

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Property Overview

CRU Sales Volume

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Annual Visitors

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Number of Stores


About Us

Conestoga Mall, the market’s highest performer, is a premier regional centre in Waterloo, caters to young, educated, affluent residents. The centre attracts 6.2 M annually with 140+ stores & services, and has only Apple, Bench, H&M and Pink.
Conestoga Mall is a premier regional shopping destination located in Waterloo, part of the highly desirable area known as Canada’s technology Triangle. The market boasts a thriving, diverse economy, a strong growth rate, young, educated, affluent residents and is also home to 100,000 post-secondary students. Part of two highly desirable demographics; young professionals with families and post-secondary students, Conestoga Mall, the highest performing centre in the market, offers the area’s only Apple, Bench H&M and Pink. Its enviable location, directly adjacent to area’s major arterial highway, brings 6.2 M visitors annually.


Address 550 King Street North, Waterloo Ontario N2L 5W6 Canada
General Manager Sandra Stone

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About the Property

About the Property

General Information

Type Retail
Ivanhoé Cambridge Ownership 100 %
Year Opened 1978
Last Renovated 2009

Key Facts

Total GLA 658,035 sq. ft. 61,132.94 m2
Total Specialty GLA 261,590 sq. ft. 24,302.3 m2
Total Freestanding GLA 47,326 sq. ft. 4,396.69 m2
Number of Stores 132
CRU Sales Volume $207m
R12 CRU Sales PSF $968
R12 Annual Visitors 6.3m
Number of Parking Spaces 2,982
Major Intersection King Street North & Conestoga Expressway

Customer Demographics

Gender 71 % Female
Average Shopper Age 40
Trade Area Income versus Canadian Average 104 %
Shoppers with College/University Education 67 %

Market Demographics

Trade Area Population 482,100
Trade Area Households 184,800
Trade Area Average Household Income $102,900

Trade Area Map

Carte de la zone commerciale



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