Landa Global has announced plans for a destination hotel, retail and residential development across from the Richmond Olympic Oval.
Vancouver retail news
Retail news from across Metro Vancouver, including new store openings and retail space for lease, and the emergence of new shopping areas across the city.
SHAPE Properties is sharing new details on future plans for ‘The Amazing Brentwood’ and ‘The City of Lougheed’ master-planned developments.
CRAFT Beer Market in English Bay will officially open its doors on March 22, with 260 seats, including a 60-seat heated, year-round patio.
The application consists of a 30-storey east tower and a 34-storey west tower, with at-grade retail, in a spectacular, organic design.
Bonnis Properties has an ambitious plan for 800-block of Granville, home to Commodore Ballroom, including new office, retail and arts space.
A long-awaited redevelopment of the London Drugs on East Hastings in the Hastings-Sunrise neighbourhood is finally moving forward, years after the site was partially cleared.
The future ‘Food Hall’ at Oakridge will blur the boundaries between interior and exterior spaces, and form part of a four-storey building.
Nordstrom Rack opened its first store in Metro Vancouver in Langley at Willowbrook Centre on Sept. 17, 2020 to crowds of excited shoppers.
One of the largest redevelopment projects in downtown Vancouver history, the Plaza of Nations heads to the DPB on August 4, 2020. In preparation, new renderings and details of this exciting project have been released.
Take a photo tour of The Amazing Brentwood megaproject in Burnaby, which includes new outdoor retail, residential towers and office space.
A Davie Street resident is worried about sleepless nights after a light display was switched on at a new development across the street.
The long-awaited reopening of Safeway on Davie Street in Vancouver’s West End takes place May 21, 2020 in a new, mixed-use development.
Where a Safeway store once stood is now the location of three new rental apartment towers, one by Reliance Properties and two by Westbank.
The Vancouver Mural Festival is bringing new life to boarded up storefronts across downtown Vancouver due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Retailers in downtown Vancouver have boarded up storefronts in the hopes of preventing vandalism and looting during the COVID-19 pandemic.