Fifty new stores to open at Sherway Gardens next week

Toronto, September 25 (CINEWS): The good news is that Sherway Gardens is ready to unveil its glitzy expansion which includes 50 new stores including a swanky news food court that can seat over 1000 hungry shoppers on Tuesday.
The bad news however is that retailers estimate that the cost of clothing and groceries are expected to rise 5 percent by the end of 2015. sherway
Nonetheless window shopping in a zone of exclusive stores can be a welcome dose of retail therapy to get one’s mind off the reality.
The expansion is part of a $550 million dollar project that will see a Saks Fifth Avenue open in February and a Nordstrom in 2017.
Sherway Gardens is now an established mall filled with high-end retailers and attracting the well-heeled shopper from far and wide, aided by it being a transport hub with excellent GO bus and TTC connectivity as well as the 401.
Stores in the new addition have soaring, 29-foot storefronts, lit by natural light from a soaring atrium.
The French limestone was sourced from the same area of the same quarry in France where the flooring for the mall was sourced when it was first built in 1971.
Stores opening Tuesday include H&M, Roots, a newly expanded Harry Rosen and a new Sporting Life, where customers on the main level can shop at a chic little general store before heading upstairs by escalator to a vast selection of high end sportswear for women, children and men.
Upstairs, the brands include everything from Spyder and Canada Goose and to Under Armour for women to Hugo Boss, and a full World Cup level ski tuning shop.
Chairlifts were being installed in a pillar of glass in front of Sporting Life, to signal the upcoming ski season.
All in all Sherway Gardens is arguably one of the finest malls in the country and should be visited if only to take in the marvelous interiors and keep up on the fashion front.

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