Hudson’s Bay Company has announced its plan to open 21 additional Zellers pop-ups at The Bay stores all across Canada by August 11th.
The renowned Canadian retail giant indicates that the size of these pop-ups will vary from 1,000 to 2,800 sq. ft, depending on the location (except for Queen Street in Toronto). On the other hand, the larger Zellers “stores” will span 8,000 to 10,000 sq. ft. HBC states that these pop-ups have been strategically chosen to test specific markets and evaluate the potential for future Zellers stores within The Bay locations.
These are the provincial breakdown details of the new pop-ups:
- Lethbridge Melcor Centre
- Red Deer Bower Place
- St. Albert Centre
- Langley Willowbrook Mall
- Nanaimo Woodgrove Centre
- Penticton Cherry Lane Shopping Centre
- Prince George Parkwood Place
- Victoria Bay Centre
- Devonshire Mall (Windsor)
- Kitchener Fairview Park
- Barrie Georgian Mall
- Burlington Mapleview Centre
- Oshawa Centre
- Pickering Town Centre
- Place D’Orléans (Ottawa)
- Upper Canada Mall (Newmarket)
- Brossard Champlain Mall
- La Salle Carrefour Angrignon
- Rockland Centre (Mount Royal)
- St-Bruno Les Promenades
In addition, a Zellers store is set to open at The Bay in Brampton’s Bramalea City Centre in September.
HBC initially revealed its plans for Zellers’ grand return last year, with the stores opening within The Bay in March. Patrick O’Rourke, a MobileSyrup editor-in-chief and former Zellers employee, visited one of the locations earlier this year and left quite impressed with the experience.
You can find your nearest “Zellers store” and even order select merchandise here.
Source: The Bay
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