Edmonton City Centre to serve up new food court, other upgrades
Edmonton City Centre plans to elevate the dining experience at its two basement food courts.
The downtown mall says it will relocate and “significantly upgrade” its fast-food dining areas as part of a $41.3-million redevelopment to revitalize the retail complex.
“Downtown Edmonton is changing and so is Edmonton City Centre,” said Olympia Trencevski, general manager of Oxford Properties Group’s downtown Edmonton portfolio, in a release.
“Over 23,000 new residents are expected to be living downtown by 2019, and thousands of new office workers will occupy the new commercial office buildings currently under construction. With so much development happening all around us, we are getting ready to serve this significant new population of retail shoppers with the retail experiences that they want and expect.”
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A source has informed me that the basement levels are to be converted into parking.