City Square Shopping Centre
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|Location||Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
|No. of stores and services||45|
|No. of anchor tenants||4|
|Parking||3 levels of underground parking|
City Square Shopping Centre is a mall across the street from City Hall in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is located in the heart of the heritage district of central Vancouver, on the northwest corner of 12th Avenue and Cambie Street.
City Square Shopping Mall and office complex was inaugurated in 1989 and is an example of adaptive reuse of heritage buildings.
Unique to Vancouver, City Square's shopping mall and office complex is a mix of modern and heritage architecture. The heritage portions of the complex were built in 1905 and 1908 to house the Model School and Normal School, respectively. Graduates from the Teacher’s Training Program applied their skills, norms (hence the name “Normal School”) and educational theories at the Normal School to gain practical experience. In 1986 the City of Vancouver designated both school buildings as municipal heritage sites, saving them from demolition.
City Square today
On the retail level, the shopping mall offers over 50 shops and professional services, including medical and dental offices, and a food court.
- Kirin Restaurant
- Fitness World
- Blanche Macdonald Centre, Makeup, Fashion, Hair & Esthetics School
- Provincial Normal School, Vancouver Island University. Retrieved 2013-12-13
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