Richmond Centre mall will be transformed into a mixed-use retail and residential district with over 1,800 homes, open-air retail, new public plazas and streets. Cadillac Fairview, owners of CF Richmond Centre, have teamed up with Shape Properties and GBL Architects to redevelop the 27-acre site. There will be 12 new residential towers along No. 3 Road, Minoru Boulevard and Park Road. Several new streets will link No. 3 Road with Minoru Boulevard. Craig Patterson, editor-in-chief of Retail Insider, says the redevelopment is a brilliant move by Cadillac Fairview, considering the shopping centre’s location on rapid transit and changing transportation patterns...
With just three games to go in the twins' NHL careers, sports apparel stores won't be able to count on stocking their iconic Vancouver Canucks jerseys.
The site of the old Wonderbucks store at 1801 Commercial Dr. and the parking area behind it at 1656 East Second Ave. are up for sale.
A brochure for the Grasslands retail development in Harbour Landing predicts that retail sales in Regina are forecasted to increase 12.4 per cent to $6.3 billion over the next four years.
Adult and Teen Challenge give new life to clients who come to seek their help in their struggle with addictions, and now they are giving new life and purpose to the Brick building in downtown Brandon Manitoba.