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Moving this text here so it can be rewritten:
The 82,225 ft² Mervyn's closed in January 2007. On June 1, 2012, it was converted to Cinetopia Vancouver Mall 23 movie theater with sneak-peek movies. Cinetopia will open by each phase each friday leading up to June 22. This theater has 4 GXL Auditorium screens ranging to 80ft, the largest in the Pacific Northwest, 9 Living room screens ranging also to 80ft, but you need to be 21 & older at all times, 5 movie parlors with skyboxes, and 5 grand auditoriums.
A reader with better knowledge of this establishment than I needs to define what Cinetopia's terms "GXL", "living-room theatre", etc. for others less familiar. As the above paragraph is written, doesn't seem to be appropriate for WikiP's style (and the "you" statements should also be left out.)
This article has been subject to paid editing - please see Wikipedia:Conflict_of_interest/Noticeboard#User:MallExpert. I have put a COI tag on it. The article needs to be reviewed for compliance with WP:NPOV and valid sourcing per the tag. Once the article is reviewed by independent editors, the tag can be removed - please make a note here if you remove the tag. Thanks. Jytdog (talk) 22:39, 11 July 2015 (UTC)
- @Jytdog: I've removed the tag. The COI editor only did one edit, and that was adding the address. --BloonsTDFan360 (Park and Ride) 23:32, 4 August 2015 (UTC)
The title of this page needs to be changed to "Vancouver Mall" since Westfield no longer owns it and it is officially known again as "Vancouver Mall".