Oakridge Centre Mall to Integrate Sustainable Live, Work, Play
First built in 1959, the Oakridge Centre has seen the coming and going of several big chain anchors like its first, Woodward’s Store to the more recent demise of Zellers. Rather than lament the past, as the space that Zellers once occupied so successfully now sits empty, global commercial real estate developers Ivanhoe Cambridge are looking forward to 2025. The Oakridge Centre Mall owners have a vision of a new world-class, integrated community where Vancouver residents can live, work and play in a sustainable manner.
The proposal for the new Oakridge Centre was approved by Vancouver City Council on Friday, March 14, 2014. After extensive consultation with city staff and the community, the redevelopment embodies the notion of a true mixed-use community that is both culturally and environmentally sustainable, and an inspiration to the world.
Located on the south west corner of the intersection at Cambie Street and 41st Avenue, 15 minutes from downtown Vancouver or Richmond, Oakridge is a thriving retail centre surrounded by a sea of surface parking, and immediately adjacent to a rapid transit hub. In order to harnesses the potential of this site, the developers plan to create a new outdoor shopping street, High Street, with cafés and restaurants spilling out onto the street, a variety of residential housing, and, amenities for seniors, youth and families, like a public library, gardens, activity fields, and more.
Oakridge Centre Mall is currently home to shops, services, offices, and community and residential space. Hudson’s Bay and Safeway are the current anchor stores. There are currently two restaurants in the mall: White Spot and Peninsula Seafood Restaurant.
|Monday - Tuesday||9:30am - 7:00pm|
|Wednesday - Friday||9:30am - 9:00pm|
|Saturday||9:30am - 7:00pm|
|Sunday||11:00am - 6:00pm|
###Oakridge Centre Mall Vancouver
650 West 41st Avenue
Vancouver, BC V5Z 2M9