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-plan on activating the building 'for more things' on more days a week.
-plan on having a Friday market day as well.
-planning a general store for 7 days a week
-planning on partnering with other users to have other events in the building
 

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Not sure when this Sugarlash place is going to open

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Musical performance at The Rooster

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At the Southpark Dog Park

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Lots of people on Whyte Ave - impressive for a long weekend

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New and upcoming retailers

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Spotlight Cabaret rooftop patio in the background

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More bar/restaurant changes

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Edmonton Retail Outlook Improving, Including Growth in Leasing and Consumer Spending: Report

By Mario Toneguzzi

The retail outlook for Edmonton is slowly improving as the sector comes out of a challenging time during the pandemic.


A report by commercial real estate firm JLL said the retail market in the Alberta city has seen steady improvements in leasing activity through the start of 2022, despite not yet reaching pre-COVID levels.

“The pandemic has created pent-up demand for retailers and consumers, driving a surge in retail sales,” said the report. “Asking retail rents have remained relatively stable, with a slight dip to begin the year. The trend in rents is still upwards. As vacancy continues to drop with the help of the recovery, landlords are expected to raise rental rates.

https://retail-insider.com/retail-i...owth-in-leasing-and-consumer-spending-report/
 

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