Toronto Eaton Center is a shopping mall located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. With one million visitors each week is considered the city's biggest tourist attraction. History and Architecture The first projects for a shopping mall located in the area were proposed in the early 1960s, but the complex was completed more than ten years later, opening the doors in 1977 with a walkable area of 93,000 square meters. The shopping mall was subjected to various expansions and renovations, the last in 2010 costing 120 million Canadian dollars, which brought the area's footpath to the current 160,000 square meters. By 2015, the complex has 330 stores and other business spaces. For admitting the same architect responsible for the project, Eberhard Zeidler, the central gallery overlaid by a glass glass is a tribute to the Vittorio Emanuele II gallery in Milan.