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Old Posted Dec 11, 2017, 5:37 PM
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The Village Shops are being renamed The Outlets at Dartmouth Crossing.



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We're at the ICSC National Deal Making Conference in New York City this week with Nathalie Caron and Glenn Munro of The Outlets at Darmouth Crossing -- a project that will soon become Atlantic Canada's only outlet centre.
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Dartmouth Crossing is one of Canada’s largest and most dominant retail commercial projects. The centre will expand to 1.7 million square feet with the addition of IKEA, Cabela's and two new hotels now under construction. Existing anchors include Costco, Walmart, Home Depot, Canadian Tire, Cineplex, Toys R Us and Marshalls, to name a few, more than 250,000 square feet of additional fashion and specialty retailers and over 200,000 square feet of office space. Dartmouth Crossing’s long-awaited residential neighbourhood begins development Q4 2016. The Outlets at Dartmouth Crossing are pleased to welcome GAP Outlet and Guess Factory to the current outstanding brand lineup including Banana Republic Factory Store, Tommy Hilfiger, Roots Outlet and La Vie En Rose Outlet with several exciting new outlet store announcements on the horizon. Once completed, this 511 acre development will containover 1,800,000 square feet of GLA.
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Publish Date: September 29, 2016

The Village Shops at Dartmouth Crossing will convert to an outlet shopping center known as The Outlets at Dartmouth Crossing, according to a joint announcement from Centrecorp Management Services Limited, North American Development Group, Canadian Real Estate Investment Trust and Strategy+Style Marketing Group.

The remerchandising is expected to be completed by the fall of 2017.

The Outlets at Dartmouth Crossing, located in the heart of Dartmouth Crossing—one of Canada’s largest commercial retail hubs with over 1.8 million sf of GLA—will feature approximately 275,000 sf of dedicated outlet retail in an open-air environment.

Once the conversion is complete, including new additions Gap Factory Store and Guess, The Outlets at Dartmouth Crossing will house a collection of approximately 60 leading designer and brand name outlet stores. The converted center will continue to house brands such as Banana Republic Factory Store, Tommy Hilfiger, Roots 73 and Boutique La Vie En Rose.

“We are committed,” said Glenn Munro, North American Development Group managing partner of Eastern Canada. “Our objective is to fill a retail void in the marketplace. Repositioning the Dartmouth Village project into an outlet center—one that will serve as Atlantic Canada’s sole outlet center location—will successfully round out a full range of retail options available to the Halifax region shoppers and tourists, satisfying their demand for brand-name merchandise at significant saving opportunities.”

Halifax is home to 45 percent of Nova Scotia’s permanent population, plus the region welcomes over four million visitors per year, according to Karen Fluharty, partner of Strategy+Style Marketing Group. “With a strong mix of outlet retailers like Banana Republic Factory Store and Tommy Hilfiger already in place and performing impressively, we’re confident The Outlets at Dartmouth Crossing will quickly become a popular shopping location throughout the Greater Nova Scotia region,” she said.

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High Resolution PDF:
http://centrecorp.net/wp-content/upl...ssing-Plan.pdf

Updated map has some interesting new retail listed:

-Proposed Entertainment (32,000 sqft.) next to IKEA and Cabela's

-Proposed restaurant next to McDonald's

-Proposed fashion opening spring 2018 (multiple units in the outlets)

-Future retail behind Canadian Tire (2017-2018)
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The "future high density residential" across from Costco is the most intriguing. Doesn't strike me as an appropriate land use.
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The "future high density residential" across from Costco is the most intriguing. Doesn't strike me as an appropriate land use.
Well, at least it would make DC less of a retail ghetto than it is currently. I generally like DC but If they are going to add in a residential component, they should consciously make an effort to increase pedestrian friendliness.
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The "future high density residential" across from Costco is the most intriguing. Doesn't strike me as an appropriate land use.
A DA application is already in the works from last year for that one....

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A development agreement application has been submitted for Phase I of the residential portion of Dartmouth Crossing. It's going to be located west of Finlay Drive behind Costco. They are proposing two buildings. The 15-storey building will have a modern exterior and two towers on top of a townhouse style podium designed by Kassner Goodspeed. The smaller 6-storey building will be loft-stlye with commercial space facing Finlay and have a brick exterior designed by Michael Napier.

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Possible stadium site?
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A DA application is already in the works from last year for that one....



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Man, those sure are some pretty run-of-the-mill designs.
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Man, those sure are some pretty run-of-the-mill designs.
Brought to you by people who build big box stores!
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