Announced just this morning, one of Toronto's premier shopping centres will soon undergo a nearly $100-million renovation. Cadillac Fairview and TD Greystone Asset Management will invest $80-million into revitalizing Toronto's Fairview Mall, a 230,000 square-foot shopping centre in North York.\nAccording to a press release by Cadillac Fairview, the existing department stores and retail spaces will be completely transformed. The company plans to introduce "exciting brands" to the shopping centre, as well as creating a new row of dining establishments.\nREAD ALSO: Toronto’s Yorkdale Mall Ranked Among The Most Profitable Shopping Centres In North America\nCadillac Fairview also intends on improving pedestrian access to the mall and its neighbouring TTC subway station, Don Mills.\nThe press release indicates that construction is beginning this month, while the project's completion is not expected until 2023. Fairview Mall received an investment last year for $10-million to create additional seating and to construct new restaurants inside the shopping centre's food court.\nVia CNW Group/Cadillac Fairview\nCadillac Fairview and TD Greystone Asset Management are also working with the City of Toronto to potentially rezone the CF Fairview Mall premises in order to "accommodate additional, mixed-use density to meet the needs of the growing community."\nThe collaborative partnership may include the development of new residential, hotel and office space along the outskirts of the premises.\nVia CNW Group/Cadillac Fairview\nWayne Barwise, the Executive Vice President of Development of Cadillac Fairview, said in the press release, "This area is undergoing many changes which reflect peoples' desire to work, live, shop and dine in a dynamic, transit-connected mixed-use community. Our redevelopment plan is about diversifying CF Fairview Mall and the surrounding land so we can continue to offer a vibrant destination for people to come together and enjoy."\n\nCF Fairview Mall serves as one of the GTA's busiest shopping centers, attracting approximately 13 million visitors annually.\nREAD ALSO: Malls Across Canada Are Using Facial Recognition Technology To Track Shoppers And It Sounds Like An Episode Of Black Mirror\nJeff Trip, TD Greystone's Managing Director of Real Estate Investments, said in the press release, "We are excited to be involved in the redevelopment of CF Fairview Mall, one of Canada's premiere mall and shopping destinations in Toronto. The mall's strategic proximity to transit and nearby residential neighbourhoods is ideal for creating a unique experiential and service-oriented retail environment."