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