220 Yonge Street #110 Toronto, Ontario M5B 2H1
Eaton Centre has class, and it can be defined by a number of affluent shoppers gushing from every corner of the mall. But as much as luxury is the norm, Eaton Centre also caters to the budget-seeking people. Timothy Eaton put up a dry goods store on Yonge Street during the 19th century, and became a success that it has revolutionized retailing in Canada eversince. Now it's more than just a shopping center, it's an exemplar for shopping malls around the neighboring cities of Toronto. Designed with an urbanesque landscape, this shopping mall attracts around 1 million visitors a week! One of the most noticeable feature you'll find is the group of fibreglass Canada Geese, a masterpiece created by Michael Snow. Eaton Centre is also linked to Marriot Hotel, and The Bay department store, that add a modish environment. However, street vendors and buskers entertain people outside the famous structure, which equates to the irony of Eaton Centre's goal – a luxurious venue in the heart of Metropolitan Toronto.