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Willowbrook Shopping Centre to Expand Footprint with Unique Outdoor F&B/Entertainment Concept

It’s part of an investment by landlord QuadReal to attract consumers while increasing dwell time.

Fitness Centre ‘Evolve Strength’ Added to ‘The Post’ Tenant Roster in Downtown Vancouver

The fitness club will be adding their first location in the Vancouver marketplace and fifth in the chain to the Vancouver QuadReal project.

Sunterra Market Expands Operations with a Stunning 9th Store Location in Red Deer [Photos]

The shopping centre location spans 20,000 square feet and brings an elevated experience to the affluent market.

QuadReal Announces Food Hall Culinary Partner for ‘The Post’ in Downtown Vancouver

The food hall anchors a redeveloped Canada Post complex that will become home to retail and offices for Amazon.

Luxury Brand Thom Browne to Open 2nd Canadian Storefront in Vancouver

The NYC-based luxury brand will replace Versace in the city’s downtown ‘Luxury Zone’.

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

Iconic Vancouver Retailer ‘Leone’ Downsizes Store Amid Unprecedented Luxury Retail Competition in the City

A fixture in downtown Vancouver since 1987, the multi-brand luxury retailer has shuttered an entire level at a time when luxury brands are opening standalone stores in the city.

Stunning 13,000 Square Foot ‘Hammam Spa by Céla’ Opens at Bayview Village [Photos]

The two-level Turkish spa is unlike anything seen in a Canadian shopping centre to date, creating a luxurious experience not found in other nearby mall properties.

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?
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