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Plaza Pointe-Claire up for sale – The City reiterates that the land is located in a commercial zone

The City of Pointe-Claire notes that Plaza Pointe-Claire has been put up for sale and reiterates that, according to its Zoning By-law, the current building and its land are located in a zone that only allows for a shopping centre and facilities intended for this purpose.

Anyone acquiring the land and building will therefore be required to comply with the zoning criteria, which stipulate that the building must be a detached structure no more than three storeys high whose units allow for the following activities:

  • Offices
  • Shops and services
  • Restaurants
  • Fast-food restaurants
  • Cultural facilities
  • Indoor recreation facilities
  • Greenhouses and nurseries
  • Pet shops and services

Plaza Pointe-Claire is a privately owned shopping centre built in 1957 and 1958. Its sale is a private matter and does not in any way involve the City of Pointe-Claire.

The City of Pointe-Claire’s Zoning By-Law can be consulted here.


Information: 514-630-1200, communications@pointe-claire.ca