What's opening and closing in two Richmond shopping malls?

In the second part of our series, the Richmond News was out and about checking on businesses in the city which are opening, closing or for sale.

This week, we took a spin around two of the city’s most popular shopping hubs, Richmond Centre and Lansdowne Centre.

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And at Richmond-News.com, we want to update the list as much as possible, so if you think we have missed something, we’d love to find out. Email us at Acampbell@Richmond-News.com.

Next week, we’ll take a look at what’s happening in and around Ironwood on Steveston Highway.

Richmond Centre:

Opening:

  • Yedina (women’s clothing): Recently opened at the north end of the mall, close to Hudson’s Bay.

Closing:

  • Accents@Home (home furnishing store): Closing soon at the south end of the mall, close to the food court;
  • Gap for Kids: Recently closed on the east side of the mall

Lansdowne Centre:

Opening:

Xing Fu Tang (Taiwanese bubble tea): Has just opened inside the food court at T&T supermarket;

Royal Roland (women’s clothing): Recently opened in the old Shoe Warehouse store at the north end of the mall;

Closing:

Core Games (gaming store): Recently closed at the north end of the mall;

Appleseed (children’s playhouse): Recently closed on the south side of the mall, near the food court;

Payless Shoes (discount shoewear): Recently closed on the north end of the mall;

Home Outfitters: Recently closed on the west side of the mall, to be replaced by Danish home furnishing store JYSK, which moved one unit along.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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