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Lansdowne Centre as seen from the parking lot.
|Location||5300 No.3 Road, Richmond, British Columbia, Canada|
|Opening date||1977 |
|Owner||Vanprop Investments Ltd. |
|No. of stores and services||120+|
|No. of anchor tenants||6|
|Total retail floor area||605,062 sq feet|
|No. of floors||2|
|Public transit access||Lansdowne Station|
Lansdowne Centre (formerly Lansdowne Park Shopping Centre) is a shopping mall in Richmond, British Columbia. It is located on No. 3 Road and is the second largest mall in Richmond after Richmond Centre.
Lansdowne Centre mall was built on a horse racing track originally called Lansdowne Park. The current mall that exists today was constructed in 1977 as Lansdowne Park Shopping Mall, with the now-defunct Woodward's as one of its first tenants.
The mall will be demolished in 2025 as part of a fifty-acre development, consisting of 24 towers.
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