The Confederation Court Mall in Downtown Charlottetown offers the region’s most unique shopping experience with over 50 shops and services including major banks, a food court and a post office.

Dates of Operation:

Year-Round

Special Features:

Discover Atlantic Canada’s most unique shopping experience – we invite you to experience the excitement of The Confederation Court Mall and our “outside the box” combination of fine apparel, accessories, great gifts, home decor, dining, superior customer service and much more.

Explore three levels of shops and services featuring more independently owned and operated specialty stores than anywhere in Atlantic Canada.

When hunger hits, make your way to the Urban Eatery. Located on the second floor, the Urban Eatery has fresh, healthy food with something to satisfy everyone. Seating for over 300.

Services Available:

  • Parking
  • Gift certificates
  • Strollers and a wheelchair
  • Air conditioning

About

A staple of downtown Charlottetown, planning for the Confederation Court Mall began in the mid-1970s with construction beginning in the late 70s. It was opened in 1979, rejuvenating the downtown core of Charlottetown. As unique as the Island it calls home, the mall was built by expanding and refurbishing existing buildings on the block and then linking them with a newly built interior. It was a joint project, completed by local business owners, government funding and private funding. Keeping the block’s original buildings and facade allowed the mall to become part of Charlottetown’s beautiful historic feel.

In 1989, Dyne Holdings Limited purchased the Confederation Court Mall and adjacent office tower from the Charlottetown Area Development Corporation. In 2011 the Holman Grand Hotel, directly connected to the mall, was completed. The 10 story boutique hotel became Charlottetown’s premier place to spend the night. Also completed with the hotel, an underground pedway linking the mall to the Confederation Centre of the Arts. Pedways now link the Confederation Court Complex from Fitzroy Street all the way to Victoria Row.