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Royalmount Unveils 12 More Global Retailers

New Montreal retail/lifestyle district to roster to include Canada Goose, H&M and Zara




French furniture design brand Roche Bobois will be a tenant in the new Royalmount complex in Montreal. Photo: Oliver de la Haye/

Royalmount, a major new retail/lifestyle center slated to open in midtown Montreal in mid-August, has unveiled a dozen additions to its high-profile retail tenant list: Zara, Nike, Moncler, Longchamp, Anine Bing, Mango, H&M, Alo Yoga, Veronica Beard, Canada Goose, Sephora and Roche Bobois.

“The addition of these leading global brands to Royalmount’s already rich roster of iconic names speaks to the power of the vision behind the project,” says Andrew Lutfy, CEO of Carbonleo and lead Royalmount investor. “We’re satisfying Montrealers’ untapped desire for luxury goods and a unique lifestyle experience, and elevating the moment with world-class shopping, dining, art and entertainment. This is how we’ve always envisioned Royalmount, as a gathering destination for everyone, a shared space for people to connect and make memories. We cannot wait to welcome visitors to Royalmount in August.”

The new retailers will have some high-profile company; previously announced tenants include: Saint Laurent, Versace, Jimmy Choo, Michael Kors, David Yurman, TAG Heuer, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Tiffany & Co. and RH.

In all, the $7 billion development will be home to more than 170 stores and 60 restaurants.



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