Downtown Toronto is the third-largest retail center in North America, surpassed only by New York and Chicago—it has 929,000 square meters (ten million square feet) of retail space and some 4,500 stores. Its major department stores are Eaton's and the Hudson's Bay Company (formerly Simpson's). The major downtown shopping venues are the trendy Bloor/Yorkville area, Queen Street West for bookstores, antiques, and boutiques, and several malls. The Eaton Centre on Yonge Street in downtown Toronto is a mammoth, four-level mall complex with a glass-domed galleria and more than 360 shops and restaurants. Other downtown malls include the smaller College Park Shops, the upscale Hazelton Lanes, Royal Bank Plaza, and Queen's Quay Terminal, located in a converted waterfront warehouse. Large shopping centers in the metropolitan area include the Yorkdale Shopping Center, Scarborough Town Centre, and Dufferin Mall.
Toronto is known particularly for its retail selection of Canadian arts and crafts. The city has two major outdoor produce markets: Kensington Market and the St. Lawrence Market.