Erin Mills Town Centre, Mississauga
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This was once a good mall. It had a couple great restaurants, and some great shops. Over the years, it has been renovated, and much has changed. The renovation process was slow and painful. Many good ... read more »
We visited Erin Mills today. Plenty of shops to see. Not too bad a price in some shops. Food courts reasonable. They are opening a Walmart inside very soon which would be good if you need to get food ... read more »
It is sad that a good mall like this has died I think if the owners would stop and think things over it could come back the owners would have to install wi fi in the mall and work more with the stores... read more »
Much improvement after all the renovations. The mall feels bright and airy and food court is now beautiful. Still not as good of store selection as square one for example but also not as packed with people.
A decent size mall. It has all the shops and services you would expect. The food court is a must see if you are near the mall. It has an outstanding view of the city centre. However, there are not many restaurants too choose from. There is a balcony as well if you want to enjoy the weather. The food court is really why this mall shines. The rest of it is just a you would expect, columns and columns of shops. I recommend a visit but it is not something you should go out of your way to see.
The aesthetics of the mall is pleasing after the renovation. The best feature of the mall would be the food court. I live close to erin mills, but I rather go out of my way to go to square one. Erin mills does not provide a vast selection of stores. As a consumer I would enjoy a little more high end brands such as aritzia, zara, sephora, or topshop. If they add more decent stores and not have old outdated pointless stores it would definitely make a huge difference. I understand the area has a lot of senior residences, so that is why they might have chosen some of the stores they have. I'm excited to see the new stores they open, and walmart is the only reason I'm happy for erin mills. Who ever is in charge of picking which stores should open are doing a bad job (try listening to the consumers they have the money you want) Overall, erin mills will always be my last choice. Sorry, it lives with my childhood, but it died at my adulthood. Impress me erin mills please I don't want to go all the way to square one to enjoy my shopping experience.
It's a small but modern mall where it is hard to get lost. It's a wonderful place to meet up with friends and family to go shopping and eat at the food court. At most of the times I went here, the food court has many seats available and the stores are not limited as there are over 30 stores outside and within a short walk. Other than that, the mall has some free Wi-Fi, air conditioning, and cool structures
This mall has recently been through HUGE renovations, yet still doesn't have the stores it needs for great success. I realize that they have started to add some high end stores, but in my opinion they are for +30. I do recognize that they have a La Senza in the mall, however they need to bring in either PINK or Victoria Secret (teens and up). If you have ventured through Square One since the addition of both of these stores, they are are continuously jam packed and there are long waits for change rooms (which nobody seems to mind). This mall is located in a busy central area, however more stores targeted for teens Plus need to brought into this mall to achieve more traffic and ensure revenues are not being lost to Square One.
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