The Edmonton community now has a new hot-spot for 'Eats and Entertainment,' with the opening of the city's second location of The Rec Room at West Edmonton Mall. Located on the second level of the south-west side of the shopping centre, The Rec Room brings together incredible dining experiences with exciting live entertainment and amusement gaming experiences, all under one roof. West Edmonton Mall attracts more than 30 million visitors every year, making it the perfect complex for Canada's newest location of The Rec Room and the destination for tourists and local residents alike looking for food and fun...
Richard Crenian, President of ReDev Properties Ltd., is pleased to announce the unconditional agreement to sell Daly Grove Centre located at 4205-4259 23rd Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. CBRE, Edmonton was engaged as the broker for the vendor.
Daly Grove Centre, purchased in 2007 has over 33,000 square feet of rentable retail and office space in Edmonton's residential and family-friendly Mill Woods area. The property is currently fully leased with a dynamic mix of local and national tenants, ranging from medical care facilities to convenience food stores.
"Daly Grove Centre has been a valuable product for us," said ReDev Properties Founder and President Richard Crenian. "The centre hosts secure and stable tenants making the property a strong cash yielding asset. We're sad to part ways with the centre, but believe our group has maximized the potential of the property."
Vancouver’s first dedicated zero-waste grocer Nada, formerly known as Zero Waste Market, has announced that it will open a permanent brick-and-mortar store at 675 East Broadway later this year.
The confirmation comes after a year-and-a-half-long search for commercial real estate, which, in April, led the Nada team to launch an online petition urging the City of Vancouver to lease a civic-owned space to the startup...
With the decision of the province of Saskatchewan to privatize some liquor stores, Carrot River is now home to one of them.
Tulita, Fort Good Hope, Inuvik and Aklavik will get their shipment close to four weeks later than expected because the government barges are running behind schedule.
Tramp’s Comics & Games is shutting its doors.
The store, which is located at 1828 Scarth St., will shut down on Aug. 31. The store’s owner, Christopher Roberts, posted the news on Tramp’s website on Wednesday.
“This was a bit of a shock to us. We hit the point of no return more quickly than anticipated,” wrote Roberts.