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A unique and attractive animated centre, Factoreries Tanger Saint Sauveur is located in a tourist destination just 37 miles from Montreal. Villages, ski, golf, shopping, spa and resorts draw over 2 million visitors to the region annually.
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  • 100 Avenue Guindon
    Saint-Sauveur, QC J0R 1R6
  • 99,405 S.F.
    Gross Leasable Area
  • 1,036,757
    Population (45 minutes)
  • Hwy 15 - 50,000
    Rue Jean Adam - 17,200
    Daily Traffic Count
  • Montreal, QC (37 miles)
    Major Cities
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  • Montreal is the 2nd largest city in Canada with approximately 3.6 million people in the CMA and is the largest city in the Province of Quebec.
  • Per capita income in the region is among the highest in Québec, an excellent cost-quality ratio conducive to superior purchasing power. 
  • The tourism industry, which plays a leading role in the Laurentians, attracts 3 million visitors annually and generates 500 million dollars in direct revenues, making the region, from a tourism standpoint, third in importance in Québec. 
  • The Laurentian region is strategically positioned less than one hour North of Montreal and less than 2 hours by air or 6 hours by car from Boston, New York and Toronto. Strategic transportation infrastructures are nearby, including two international airports.
  • The majority speak French at home, however, 60.6% are bilingual (French/ English), which is higher than the average in Quebec. 
  • The Valley of Saint-Sauveur boasts the largest concentration of night skiing in Eastern Canada (MSSI mountains: Mont St-Sauveur, Avila, Olympia, Mont-Gabriel, Morin Heights). 
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Average Household Income
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Females No Survey Data 75%
Average Age n/a 41
Average Household Income n/a $58,072
Race- Caucasian n/a 83%
Race - Hispanic or Latino n/a 2%
Race - African American n/a 3%
Race - Asian n/a 8%
Marital Status- married n/a 58%
Local Resident Shoppers n/a 97%
Tourist (self-defined) n/a 1%
International n/a 1%
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Shopping Frequency (trips per year) No Survey Data 6
Percentage of First Time Visitors n/a 53%
Average Number of Stores Visited n/a 8.3
Average Number of Stores Purchased In n/a 2.3
Percent of shoppers who made a purchase n/a 91%
Length of Shopping Visit n/a 118.5 minutes
Average Size of Shopping Party n/a 2.4
Average Shopping Expenditure n/a $202
Average Perceived Savings n/a 25%
Additional demographic information
and statistics are available in the leasing packet.
Additional demographic
information and statistics are
available in the leasing packet.