IKEA to Open First Downtown Toronto Store in 2022

IKEA will open its first downtown Toronto store at 382 Yonge Street, on the northwest corner of Yonge and Gerrard Streets, located in the AURA building.

The Swedish furniture retailer tells 680 NEWS that the 132,070 square foot store will span two floors and will be a “smaller format urban store – emblematic of our commitment to becoming an increasingly people and planet positive retail concept.”

The store will include more than 2,000 IKEA products for purchase and immediate takeaway, while larger furniture items will be on display and available for home delivery.

IKEA Canada also says it will offer a “unique new food concept” and an array of services to support a seamless shopping experience. No self-serve furniture will be available.

The new downtown IKEA store will be the company’s fifth store location in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).

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