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Quartier DIX30, Brossard

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Shopping Mall Bar / Club
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Its a very interesting place lots of shopping center we realy enjoy it its a memorable day that we got over there.  more »
  • A sprawling concrete jungle where you have to drive to get around. This is not the future ... Just an unsustainable nightmare of chain stores. Go if you must but get out quickly ... There are places t...  more »
  • Best shopping mall in town. All stores you need are right here. Enough parking for everyone. A must to visit  more »
Google
  • Summer time is the best shopping time. The layout is very modern, security is on par, and did I mention their insane underground free parking? There's pretty decent music when you walk around, the local populace is nice (middle class and above), and what mall isn't complete without a huge awesome water fountain? Not to mention it has extremely convenient opening hours.
  • Ugg, what a nightmare. I don't know what was going on in the mind of the creators, but this place is horrible. They're making the most anti green statement that seems to go unnoticed. It's like a mega mall where you have to drive through traffic, yes I said traffic, to get from one store to the next. The stores are huge and you can just imagine the money that went into these places. Granted it may be pretty, but all I can think of is who is paying for this. You guessed it, us the consumers. So you have to fight through traffic to pay a little more and kill the planet to have a few pretty stores and get a migraine navigating? Sorry, not for me. Wish I could give it 0 stars.
  • Amazing place to window shop and people watch. Especially in warm sunny weather. Appreciate the free underground parking as well!
  • Great shopping, well decorated. Only issue is the volume of traffic. Don't expect to be able to navigate the area with ease
  • I am left bittersweet by this place. Many nice and large stores and services are concentrated here, this makes it convenient for shopping and enjoying an experience such as viewing a movie or eating a meal at a restaurant. Its position on highways 10 and 30 render it very accessible by car, though at times I've found it difficult to navigate due to few signs, and maze-like parking lots. The creation of such a mega shopping district is to me one of the most vain manifestations of consumerism, that a gigantic portion of land be converted into a network of parking spaces, oversized buildings and million dollar houses with tiny yards, and I was told some of the large stores don't even recycle; to me, it's a good alternative to shopping on the island of Montreal but it seems a bit excessive and irresponsible.