Shoppers can expect to see some interesting changes at the Eaton Centre starting this summer.
According to a report in the Toronto Star, the mall’s owner, Cadillac Fairview, plans to give the shopping centre a $120 million facelift that will include new lighting, redesigned eating areas and fixture and finishes upgrades.
The glass ceiling and the geese will remain, according to the report.
The company is expected to release more details about the project Thursday.
The idea behind the renovations is likely intended to brighten up the lower floors of the tourist spot to give it a more airy feel.
The makeover is reportedly set to start July 1st and is expected to take up to 18 months to complete.
The Eaton Centre is one of the few malls built in the downtown core of a North American city. It opened in 1977.