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Lansdowne Centre closing in 2025 for redevelopment into 24 towers

To provide some perspective, with a total floor area of six million sq. ft., the proposed mixed-use redevelopment of Richmond’s Lansdowne Centre shopping mall with 24 mid-rise towers would be equivalent to the size of 80% of the floor area Amazon is seeking for HQ2.

With its staggering scope, Lansdowne District, the name of the redevelopment, will be one of the largest projects to be built in the region and certainly within the municipality.

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And now, Vanprop Investment Inc., the owner of the mall property, has released new and updated preliminary conceptual designs of the 50-acre redevelopment – framed by No. 3 Road to the west, Alderbridge Way to the north, Kwantlen Street to the east, and Lansdowne Road to the south – in the emerging Richmond City Centre area.

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