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Global fashion retailers will set up shop in the redeveloped Oakridge shopping centre.

Global Retailers Coming to Oakridge

Global women’s fashion retailers will set up shop in Vancouver’s redeveloped Oakridge shopping centre.

Louis Vuitton, Prada, Brunello Cucinelli, Moncler, Versace and Max Mara will bring their big-name brands to the revamped retail site, which will be known as Oakridge Park. The shopping centre’s owners Quadreal Property Group and Westbank announced the tenancies in a news release.

The new Oakridge will also feature stand-alone boutiques operated by global retailers. The first to be announced are: Maison Margiela, Miu Miu, Christian Louboutin and Alexander Wang. The announced fashion retailers will anchor the mixed-use project’s 650,000-square-foot real estate portion and be among 100 leading global brands operating flagship and boutique stores scheduled to open in 2025.

According to Quadreal and Westbank, Oakridge Park ranks as Canada’s largest redevelopment effort. The project, involves almost a complete overhaul of the mall. Only one existing store, a ground-level Crate & Barrel location, and a medical-office component (all part of the same building) remain open.

The redeveloped property will include multi-residential buildings and strata-office spaces. The project has attracted billions in private and public real estate investment in projects in the surrounding Oakridge area.

Image: Oakridge Park

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