Cityplace is a nine-storey retail and office complex strategically located at the corner of St. Mary Avenue and Hargrave Street, in the heart of downtown Winnipeg and the S.H.E.D. (Sports,Hospitality and Entertainment District). Winnipeg is the largest city in Manitoba and the 8th largest CMT in Canada. Attached by a weather-protected and climate controlled skywalk system to the Winnipeg Convention Centre, the MTS Centre (over 1.4 million visits every year, and home to the Winnipeg Jets), the True North Square Development (opening 2018), the Millennium Library (over 2 million visits per year), as well as parkades, hotels, shopping, restaurants and numerous office towers. Cityplace has over 150,000 shoppers visiting weekly and over 70,000 offfice workers connected via skywalk system. It is located only 15 minutes away from the James Richardson Airport and surrounded by major venues such as the new $350 million Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Royal Winnipeg Ballet, universities and technical colleges. Cityplace is serviced by many Winnipeg transit routes and is directly located on the Graham Avenue transit mall. More than 30,000 vehicles pass by the south entrance of Cityplace daily. The Shark Club, Winnipeg's premium sports bar and gaming center opened in June 2013. The 340,000 sq. ft. office tower provides daily foot traffic to key tenants such as Tim Hortons, Boston Pizza, Rexall Drugstore, Liquor Mart and CIBC Bank. Other stores and services include a fitness facility, Medical Centre, Coles Books, and a large variety of food options, such as Subway, Koya Japan, McDonald's and Manchu WOK.