Gap-owned Banana Republic is liquidating its stunning flagship store in downtown Montreal at 777 Ste-Catherine Street west. The store closes on July 24th.
The building, owned by Thor Equities, spans 26,463 square feet with a ground floor of 5,453 square feet, a mezzanine of 3,946 square feet, a third floor spanning 6,014 square feet, a lower level of 5,206 square feet and a basement level spanning 5,844 square feet. Ceiling heights on the ground floor soar 30 feet. Savills and Aurora Realty Consultants are listing the space for lease [see leasing website]
The closure follows Banana Republic’s shuttering a flagship store at 80 Bloor Street West in Toronto last year. The Gap has said that it will be shutting many stores in Canada and the United States including many Gap stores in enclosed shopping centres.
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