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Montreal’s Royalmount to welcome Louis Vuitton, Gucci and Tiffany & Co. stores

Nov 3, 2022

Montreal’s new retail and lifestyle destination Royalmount is set to welcome Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Tiffany & Co., RH, Sandro and Maje, come spring 2024.

Montreal’s Royalmount to welcome Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Tiffany & Co. - Royalmount

The ongoing $7 billion project and 2.5 million square-foot mega-mall will be home to Louis Vuitton’s first dedicated store in Quebec, spanning 9,150 square feet, while Gucci will also bring its first dedicated store to the market, taking a 8,700 square-foot space at the heart of the district. 

They will be joined by Tiffany & Co. which is opening its largest store in the city and RH, who will open a 46,500 square-foot gallery marking the brand's first flagship store in Montreal and its first presence in Quebec. 

Joining these brands are Sandro with a 2,700 square-foot store offering both menswear and womenswear, and Maje with a 1,500 square-foot store offering womenswear. 

Royalmount is delivered by the real estate development and management company Carbonleo and is expected to house over 170 stores including 60 restaurants and experiential attractions. 

The first phase will consist of an 824,000 square-foot two-level retail and lifestyle complex. The district will also be home to a 3-kilometre linear park called Le Champ Libre and an outdoor public piazza.

“To be able to announce that some of the world’s leading brands will be opening major flagship stores at Royalmount stands as testament to the quality of the project and its ability to meet demand in the Quebec market for luxury experiences,” said Andrew Lutfy, president and CEO of Carbonleo.  

Mathieu Le Bozec, managing partner of co-owners L Catterton Real Estate, added: “We’re pleased that these renowned luxury brands have committed to opening retail locations at Royalmount, reflecting our view that this world-class project will redefine urban mixed-use development in Canada just as we were able to do with Miami Design District. Together with Carbonleo, we look forward to introducing this destination to Montreal and visitors from around the world.”

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