Retailers to Open Under Vancouver's Nordstrom are Revealed

  Rendering: Cadillac Fairview

Rendering: Cadillac Fairview

Landlord Cadillac Fairview has revealed a list of nine tenants which will occupy the retail space below Vancouver's Nordstrom at Pacific Centre. Retailers in the 44,000 square foot space are expected to open in June of this year. The list of tenants include the following: 
 
•    B2 (by Browns Shoes)
•    HUGO BOSS Store
•    Kate Spade
•    Microsoft
•    PANDORA
•    Rockport
•    Ted Baker London
•    TUMI
•    Weekend Max Mara

“We are thrilled to announce the arrival of 9 world-class brands at Pacific Centre,” says Tom Knoepfel, Senior Vice President and Portfolio Manager, Cadillac Fairview. “These stores will enhance the shopping experience for our customers and give them another reason to shop downtown. Having the best selection of international fashion and tech retailers in one convenient location is a key factor in Pacific Centre’s continued success.”

  Lease plan: Cadillac Fairview

Lease plan: Cadillac Fairview

We've recently discussed a number of these retailers. Last week we revealed that British fashion label Ted Baker will open its first Canadian store outside of Toronto in the mall, and we also recently discussed Kate Spade, Rockport and, last year, we revealed that Weekend Max Mara would open under Nordstrom, complementing the franchisee's Max Mara location upstairs in the same mall. 

According to Cadillac Fairview, four additional retailers will be announced in the coming weeks, and are scheduled to open in the retail expansion by fall 2015. 

Designed by Vancouver-based architect James K.M. Cheng, the new building will also include a three-level 230,000 square foot flagship Nordstrom store. Nordstrom will open on Friday, September 18. The top four levels of the former Sears building have been converted to 290,000 square feet of AAA class office space and will be home to the head office of Sony Pictures Imageworks, the Vancouver offices of Microsoft, and law firm Miller Thomson.