Quartier DIX30
Quartier DIX30 is a commercial lifestyle centre located in Brossard, Quebec. It is considered as Canada's first lifestyle centre and occupies an area of 2,746,063 sq ft (255,117.6 m 2) in the L section of Brossard. Quartier DIX30 was designed to emulate an urban or downtown shopping experience with boutiques and to meet the needs of suburban dwellers living on the South Shore of Montreal. Its name ( English: TEN30 District) refers to its location: at the west corner of the intersection between Autoroute 10 and Autoroute 30.

According to a RioCan press release, "Quartier DIX30 was originally planned in three phases. Phase III goes beyond the initial agreement and comprises approximately 36 acres (15 ha) of adjacent land."

Phase I (September 2006)
Following a press conference on September 14, 2006, the 150-million Canadian dollar phase I of Quartier DIX30 was opened to the public by the developer (Devimco Real Estate Development Firm|Devimco) and the majority owner ( RioCan). This initial phase included the opening of 400,000 square feet (40,000 m 2) of retail space and of a total of 78 boutiques and restaurants including, among many other national retailers:
  • Cineplex Odeon
  • The Source by Circuit City
  • Sports Experts
  • Indigo
  • Winners/ HomeSense
  • Pier 1 Imports
  • Roots
  • Tommy Hilfiger
  • Mexx
  • RW & CO.
  • Tristan and America
  • Reitmans

Phase II (April 2007)
Another 40 retailers were opened like major foreign fashion boutiques ( H&M, American Eagle Outfitters, Nine West, Urban Behavior and Running Room (opened April 4, 2007), electronic stores ( Maison Sony and Centre Hi-Fi) and restaurant franchises ( Subway and Quiznos Sub). Furthermore, free underground parking was opened with access ramps along des Lumières Avenue.

(Autumn 2007)
The Germain Group built a boutique-hotel: ALT Hotel, a cheap-chic concept designed by LEMAYMICHAUD Architecture Design that "offers the qualities sought by a growing range of consumers who want affordable accommodation without compromising on design and comfort." The hotel was built alongside the brand new entertainment complex which includes a 900-seat live theatre and concert hall, spa and gym. Furthermore, a Bureau en Gros supplies store, a Safari Pet Centre (the largest in Quebec), a Canadian Tire retailer, a RONA hardware and home improvement store and a large Wal-Mart store have been built on lots in the vicinity of the hotel.

Phase III (Winter 2009)
This new phase will consist of 200 shops and restaurants and it's currently under construction. The new shops will be built in between Bell Sport Complex and Cineplex Odeon, these are the stores confirmed.
  • Boni-Soir (Now Open)
  • Caisse Populaire Desjardins de Brossard (Now Open)
  • SAIL Baron (Now Open)
  • Shell (Now Open)
  • Scores (restaurant) (Now Open)
  • Tim Hortons (Now Open)
  • Subway (Now Open)
  • Avril Health Food (Now Open)
  • Oberson Sports (Now Open)
  • Clément (Now Open)
  • Porto Vino (Now Open)
  • CAA-Québec (Now Open)
  • Best Buy (2011)
  • Germain Larivière (2011)
  • Five Guys Burger & Fries (2011)
  • Marché Adonis (2011)

(Autumn 2012)
As of today, there will be a luxury store called Ogilvy opening at Quartier Dix30 in 2012. It will be a two-story building that would be located next to Wal-Mart. Also a new hotel is planned according to a billboard at Quartier Dix30.

Medical clinic
A private medical clinic, possibly associated with the Fonds d'investissement de placement immobilier BB of the Bombardier and Beaudoin families, is expected to open in 2012.

Main Anchors
  • Canadian Tire
  • Marché Adonis (2011)
  • Ogilvy (Summer 2012)
  • RONA
  • Wal-Mart

Bell Sports Complex
The Montreal Canadiens and the city of Brossard partnered in building the Bell Sports Complex, a 30-million Canadian dollar recreational facility that features two NHL-sized rinks with a capacity of 800 seats, as well as dressing rooms, an indoor soccer field (built to FIFA specifications) and a fitness centre. It is open to the general public and was built adjacent to the Quartier DIX30 shopping complex. It primarily serves as the practice facility for the Canadiens, but is also the home of other sports-related groups, such as Foot-Total, a soccer academy. The center is now named Complexe Sportif Bell (Bell Sports Complex). On February 25, 2008 the arena, under construction, collapsed.