Marché Saint-Felix-de-Valois is part of the prime major commercial centre of the region, on the main commercial street of the city. The centre draws from the adjacent community and government service centres and the various growing residential developments located, among other areas, around highway 131.
The Trade Area
The gateway to the Regional Municipality of Matawinie, the centre enjoys traffic of nearly 11 thousand vehicles a day and a local population and trading area of some 13 thousand, a high proportion of whom are baby boomers. High net worth families involved in the local poultry industry are also part of the demographic.
Located at a traffic light that makes access to the centre easy and convenient, Marché Saint-Felix-de-Valois is part of this vital community built around families and run by the youngest mayor in the province, 26-year-old Audrey Boisjoly.
Prominent businesses within close proximity to the property.