Cordova Bay Plaza nearly empty as development nears – dollar store to leave by June

From Saanich News:

After 57 years the Cordova Bay Plaza is all but shuttered with only the Scotiabank branch and Super Duper Dollar Store remaining open.

The mall is set to be replaced with a mixed-development of commercial and residential by developer James Gardiner with architect Alan Lowe leading the design.

Despite the lost of keystone tenant Tru Value grocery store, who closed last month, and the other stores closing and moving, the sleepy village centre continues to draw a few cars in every hour. But it’s nothing like it was, even a few months ago.

Jeannie Kam has owned the Super Duper Dollar Store in Cordova Bay plaza for 18 years. She said she was told to vacate by June.



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