Fairview Mall
Fairview Mall is a major shopping centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada of about 1 million ft 2, located at the northeast corner of Don Mills Road and Sheppard Avenue in the former borough of North York. In early 2009 it was jointly owned by Cadillac Fairview (50%) and Ivanhoe Cambridge (50%), two of Canada's largest real estate property managers and developers. Notable stores include (by size): The Bay, Sears Canada, Laura, Shopper's Drug Mart, Forever 21, Canada's first H&M retail location, Apple Store, Sephora, and Laura Secord. With over 260 stores and services, the shopping centre also provides a personal style program that offers clients individual image consultations, personal shopping sessions, and other customized services for a fee. Fairview Mall is located near the intersections of two major arteries: Highways 401 and 404, adjacent to the Parkway Forest, Henry Farm, Don Valley Village, Seneca Hill, and Peanut communities, and with Toronto Public Library's Fairview Public Library branch on the mall's perimeter. The shopping centre is also served by both a Toronto Transit Commission subway line and a York Region bus rapid transit line. Cadillac Fairview Corporation also owns and operates Fairview Park Mall in Kitchener, Ontario (often simply called 'Fairview Mall' by Kitcheners), as well as co-owning Fairview Pointe-Claire ('Centre Fairview Centre') with Ivanhoe Cambridge, in Pointe-Claire, Quebec.

Fairview Mall was built in 1970 with The Bay and Simpson's as its department store anchors, and at the time was the fourth fully-enclosed, as well as the first multi-level shopping centre in Metropolitan Toronto. In 1978 the Hudson's Bay Company ( parent company of The Bay) purchased the Simpson's retail chain, and subsequently sold its Simpson's store at Fairview Mall to Sears Canada in 1991 (along with five others that were co-located with Bay stores). Sears Canada then converted Fairview's Simpson's into a Sears retail store.

In late 2008 Fairview Mall completed a CAD$90 million (previously planned as CAD$84M) three-phase full renovation and redevelopment project which had been started in July 2006. The redevelopment phases included an expanded Shoppers Drug Mart and a large format Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) store. The food court, a key highlight of the renovations, was moved to the lower level under a 60-foot (18 m) high skylight near The Bay. All entrances to the mall were updated to incorporate hands-free technology and the common areas inside the centre were transformed with greater open spaces and stylish wood finishes. Elevators serving the third floor offices were added for the first time, located near entrance #4. The front facade along Sheppard Avenue was also scheduled to receive a complete facelift by Fall 2009, including Fairview Mall's new 'dining experience' area. In 2009, new stores such as Sephora, Hollister, Zara, Forever 21, and Bath & Body Works also opened within the centre. Additionally, the Rainbow Cinema was replaced by a brand new Cineplex SilverCity theatre. The Rainbow Cinema had originally been an older style Cineplex theatre. From 1987 to 1989 the Cadillac Fairview Corporation and previous co-owner Markborough Properties Ltd also spent a similar CAD$90M to provide Fairview Mall's first major expansion. Renovations at that time included a glass-tiered ceiling, similar to Toronto's Eaton Centre, which opened much of its interior to natural lighting.

Public transportation
In the early 2000's a major portion of the shopping centre's parking lot was redeveloped into a large bus terminal as part of the Toronto Transit Commission's (TTC's) Don Mills subway station (the eastern terminus of Toronto's new Sheppard subway line), and also as the southern terminus of York Region Transit's Viva Green bus rapid transit line. A significant number of the TTC's local and express bus routes deploy from or pass through this terminal station, including express buses from nearby Scarborough. Additionally, for the duration of the closure of nearby Don Mills Shopping Centre from June 2006 to 21 April 2009, a free weekdays shuttle bus service ran between the two shopping centres.

Anchors and major stores
  • The Bay 152,420 sq ft (14,160 m 2)
  • Sears 149,552 sq ft (13,893.8 m 2)
  • H & M 17,186 sq ft (1,596.6 m 2)
  • Shoppers Drug Mart 11,950 sq ft (1,110 m 2)
  • Laura 13,173 sq ft (1,223.8 m 2) in total, including: Laura Petites -5,439 sq ft (505.3 m 2), Laura -3,971 sq ft (368.9 m 2) and Laura Plus -3,763 sq ft (349.6 m 2)