Beauleigh Retail Consultants

Vancouver-Based Black+Blue Steakhouse to Open in Former Toronto Stock Exchange in the Financial District: Interview

The iconic steakhouse owned by Glowbal will enter the Toronto market in a massive space in a storied location.

Decathlon Canada Launching First-of-its-kind Concept Store at Union Station in the Heart of Toronto [Exclusive]

Satisfying the needs and desires of a digitized consumer, the brand’s City concept will offer fast and convenient service

Toronto’s First Canadian Place Marketplace Adding New Foodservice Tenants in Anticipation of Return of Office Workers: Interview

The iconic Financial District office tower will showcase a new retail offering as workers return post-pandemic.

Sephora to Open Store as Part of Toronto’s Union Station Retail Transformation [Exclusive]

The beauty retailer will occupy a prominent corner location in the new Bay Street Promenade, marking a significant milestone for the transformation of Union Station.

Special Edition 25: Marcelle Rademeyer of Beauleigh Retail Consultants Discusses the Future of Experiential Retail

Craig and Marcelle discuss what was happening in retail prior to the pandemic, and what the future holds as new tenants secure retail spaces across Canada.

Ladurée Opens 2nd Toronto Storefront in the City’s Financial District [Photos]

The upscale French bakery and sweets maker continues to expand its Canadian operations with plans for more locations.

Inside the Hargrave St. Market Food Hall in Downtown Winnipeg [Photos]

The 30,000-square-foot food hall is the latest addition to the rapidly transforming downtown core in Manitoba’s largest city.

Eataly a Key Anchor to Toronto’s Bloor-Yorkville Transformation [with Photos]

The grocerant concept, which opened in Toronto this week, is a much-needed injection for the rapidly changing upscale neighbourhood.

RCC Brick & Mortar Retail Forum: Explore The Evolution of Physical Retail on November 19th

The half-day event will feature retail leaders from major landlords and real estate firms, and will be held at the Toronto Reference Library in the morning.
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