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Half-Dozen High-End Retailers Sign on at Royalmount

Laurent, Versace, Choo, Kors, Yurman and Heuer set stores at Montreal destination.




The interior of a Jimmy Choo store, one of the latest retailers to sign on at Royalmount. PHOTOGRAPHY: Cloud 9 Photography, U.K.
The interior of a Jimmy Choo store, one of the latest retailers to sign on at Royalmount. PHOTOGRAPHY: Cloud 9 Photography, U.K.

Royalmount, a major new retail and lifestyle destination coming to Montreal next year, has signed the following tenants: Saint Laurent, Versace, Jimmy Choo, Michael Kors, David Yurman and TAG Heuer. The first of those luxury brands are set to open in summer 2024.

“We are delighted to welcome these world-class and category-leading brands to Royalmount, which will become the number one destination in Eastern Canada for retail, dining and entertainment,” Andrew Lutfy, CEO of Carbonleo, said in a news release. “Years of thought and planning have gone into bringing the right brands to Montreal. These arrivals represent an exciting future for Royalmount and will help bring our shared vision and values to life. We look forward to welcoming these brands and our valued guests and visitors next year.”

Last November, Royalmount unveiled the first batch of luxury retailers that had committed to the complex, include Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Tiffany & Co. and RH. In all, the $7 billion development will be home to more than 170 stores and 60 restaurants. Alongside the internationally established brands coming to Royalmount, half of the brands and retail concepts will be new to the Quebec market, offering something unique to visitors and locals alike.



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