Toronto’s beloved 100-year old fashion house just opened a general store in a massive new space

Today Creeds, Toronto’s luxury dry cleaner, premium coffee bar and gourmet grocer, has just reopened in a newer, bigger space.

Retail shoppers can enjoy all of their Creeds’ favourites and more from a stylish new location. Set inside the lower level of the nine-storey Bianca Condo building, the new spot is just one block away from its original outpost, located at 450 Dupont St. The new spot is double the size of the existing space.

The new space features lofty, industrial ceilings with exposed iron beams, plenty of natural light and wooden shelves stocked with Creeds staples like dips, spreads and condiments. The larger space allows for more room while shopping, and features plenty of seating room via wooden benches and bistro tables.


Creeds originally started out in the city in 1921 as a fashion house that specialized in furs. By 1950, the brand was selling replica couture outfits seen on the runways of Paris, and by 1960 began offering authentic Chanel, Dior and Valentino designs. The dry cleaning business arrived in 1982 and finally, in 2015, the brand evolved even further as a triple threat with a food and beverage component with the arrival of the Creeds Coffee Bar in 2015. Pivoting as a response to the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Creeds launched its General Store which currently sells premium grocery products.

Located steps away from Dupont Station, there will also be 70 ground level parking spaces available for customers at the building. Parking is available off Albany Ave. behind the building.

The Creeds Coffee Bar and the Creeds General Store are open Monday to Sunday from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. The Creeds Dry Cleaning centre is open Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m to 3 p.m.