Now located at 51 Powell Street, the former womenswear shop has shifted its focus to green beauty and lifestyle products.
The shopping centre is commencing its second phase of construction that will add a whopping 84,000 square feet to the existing footprint.
The locally owned eyewear boutique bills itself as Canada’s only producer of handmade and custom eyewear.
The Japanese, "no-brand quality goods" retailer continues its takeover of Western Canada.
The compact, 450-square-foot store is only the second one operated by the company in Canada.
The "abnormal beauty company" is launching its first Western Canadian boutique at 408 Howe Street.
The local athleticwear company has decided to concentrate its retail operations at its East Vancouver head office.
The 12,800-square-foot shop will sell men's, women's, and children's casual apparel from the Tokyo-based company's in-house line.
The not-for-profit, sustainable-style showcase has announced that it will not return for its 13th edition this spring.
The self-described "cultural department store" will take the place of the soon-to-close Forever 21.
The 2,800-square-foot space will continue to carry a curated and rotating selection of women's clothing, accessories, and gifts.
The space has already been leased by a new tenant.