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Oakridge Centre

Podcast: A Closer Look At Vancouver’s Luxury Retail Nodes & the What’s to Come

This week Craig and Lee discuss the Vancouver luxury retail market including upcoming changes. While downtown Vancouver has dominated in terms of luxury retail offerings, two landlords are building malls that will also target luxury brands and may split the market into three separate luxury retail nodes that could have an impact on the region for years to come.

BRIEF: Diptyque to Enter Canada with Stores, Prada Opens Montreal Women’s Boutique

Other News: Uniqlo announces 2nd Montreal store opening date, Brioni exiting Holt Renfrew Ogilvy, Hudson's Bay shuttering at Oakridge Centre.

The Future of Malls in Canada Includes Pedestrian-Friendly Microcities: Feature

Community-building and mixed-use developments helping to pave the way to the shopping centre experience of tomorrow.

Oakridge Centre Retailers to Close Until 2024 Amid Vancouver Mall Redevelopment [Exclusive]

Landlord QuadReal will be able to accelerate work on the project that will become the biggest single development in Vancouver’s history

Food Hall Phenomenon Sees Success in Canada Amid Increased Foot Traffic [Feature]

Canadian cities are seeing new food halls that are creating increased footfall and drawing in consumers from a wider area. But will we become oversaturated if too many are built?

Oakridge Centre Retail Transformation to Anchor Vancouver’s ‘City of the Future’ [Exclusive Interview]

We spoke with QuadReal Executive VP of Retail, Andy Clydesdale about the retail component of a new municipal town centre that will be unlike anything seen in Canada to date.

Harry Rosen Renovates Oakridge Centre Store

Vancouver is such a strong market for Harry Rosen, in fact, that the retailer may open a third location.

Oakridge Centre expansion approved by Vancouver City Council

Vancouver City Council has approved an expansion of Oakridge Centre. The mall will see its retail component expand substantially, including at least two newly-built department stores. Other features and amenities will be added to the project with a total estimated cost of about $1.5 billion. 

CANADA’S FIRST JOE’S JEANS OPENS AT VANCOUVER’S OAKRIDGE CENTRE

Joe's will open its first Canadian store tomorrow at Vancouver's Oakridge Centre. The popular denim and apparel brand will be located adjacent to the mall's current Hudson's Bay store. The store will be 1,483 square feet according to the mall's...

VANCOUVER’S OAKRIDGE WANTS BLOOMINGDALE’S, SAKS FIFTH AVENUE OR NORDSTROM AS ITS 3RD ANCHOR

The landlord for Vancouver's Oakridge Centre is courting high-end American department stores including Bloomingdale's, Saks Fifth Avenue and Nordstrom. We've highlighted part of a report noting this, in a new space estimated to be about 155,000 square feet.  The image below is part of page 51 of the...
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