Shop, Snack, Recharge: Enjoy Londonderry Mall and its New Features
As Mother's Day approaches, shoppers will flock to Londonderry mall, a gem located in the Northeast corner of Edmonton. They'll have all of their shopping needs met. At Londonderry, one can both run errands and treat oneself to a rich, pleasant shopping experience. The mall is in the process of transforming to suit shopper's needs in a more comprehensive way. Londonderry mall's website promises "a spacious interior, comfortable decor and warm, friendly atmosphere". This is a safe, relaxing, refreshing environment with an array of shopping and culinary choices. Londonderry is just right for errands or heavy shopping days. A trip to Londonderry can be part of a perfect day off.
The Hudsons Bay is a pleasant setting for a timeout, for an uplifting browse on a cold day, or any day. Visitors are bound to exit with a purchase that brings them a little joy. Shoppers have an opportunity to treat oneself, one's family, or one's friends. The Bay is an ideal destination for an extensive variety of luxurious gifts and essential products. To feel a little bit of pride, one can search for guilt-free delightful deals at Winners. Most family needs are covered by a visit to Londonderry; one can get everything done at a single locale. Shop for luggage, the right shoes, fabric, sports goods, jewellery, mobile phone products, you name it. Save-on-Foods and Shoppers Drug Mart allow buyers to cross off many of the items on their shopping lists. For a full list of shops, check out http://www.londonderrymall.com/stores. There are clothing options for various ages, styles, and price ranges. Youth often congregate at many of these stores, including Bootlegger, Le Chateau, Ardene, and Urban Planet. The mall is a safe place to drop off young ones for an afternoon of treats after scoring that winning goal or acing that exam. La Senza is replete with nice lingerie. Don't forget to stop by Coles for that perfect bedtime or beachside book. Coles is also a dependable choice for thoughtful gifts. The Londonderry branch of the Edmonton Public Library will also satisfy book lovers. It's a good place to take a breather in between tasks. Read, or attend a community event. Drop by for story time, teenagers' gatherings, English classes, or other opportunities to learn and connect that suit you.
Respite seekers can grab burgers and floats at A&W, enjoy a healthy treat at Booster Juice, or chow on pizza at Busters Pizza Express. There's a Japanese choice: Edo Japan. Options include KFC, Donair express, McDonald's, Manchu Wok, Mr. Sub, and OPA!. Purdy's is ideal for indulging; one can also take a gourmet purchase home for a gift or a weeklong chocolate pick-me-up. There's Tim Hortons to keep shoppers full of caffeine and yummy snacks for that long shopping trip, and, of course, a staple shopping menu item: frozen yoghurt at Tutti Frutti. Albert's Family Restaurant is a good selection that will satisfy those yearning for family time and comfort food. Shoppers have two banking options (TD Canada Trust and Bank of Montreal) and ATM access for those in need of cash. The mall is fully handicap-ready and wheelchairs are available. Shoppers with small children can rent strollers. There's a liquor stop - the Liquor Depot. Post mail, grab bus passes, or get transit information with ease. Working late on weekdays? Not a problem. The mall is open long hours from Monday to Friday, closing at 9:00 pm. On Saturdays the mall is open from 9:30 to 5:30, and on Sundays from 12:00 to 5:00. Security is available for help.
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Londonderry Mall has been undergoing extensive improvements for a while now. A new food court and security improvements are among the highlights of this development. $130 million has been invested in improving the shopping hub, which will sparkle even brighter than before. Common areas have been undergoing changes. In 2017, renovations will be complete. The new food court is to be completed this spring and Simons will become part of the mall in the fall of 2017. This is an exciting development for fashion addicts. Simons is the place to choose a favourite dress, to purchase one's most elegant, stunning clothes and accessories. Simons offers designer outfits, underwear, leisurewear, sportswear, shoes, and accessories. It's a great place to look for a suit as well. Simons also caters to customers looking to enhance their bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchens, and dining rooms. The entire home can be rejuvenated piece by piece. Londonderry Mall is a great spot to attend events with family. This Mother's Day, there will be a garden party with photo booths, makeup artists, desserts, massages, and goodies.
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This is a perfect opportunity to phone friends and congregate at the mall to treat mom and enjoy all that Londonderry has to offer. Londonderry Mall is perfectly situated; it can be a part of weekend plans that fuse errands and recreation. When leaving the mall on foot in bright sunshine, McLeod park is a nearby green space where shoppers can take a post-shopping rest. The Londonderry Fitness and Leisure Centre is very close. One can also drive to the nearby Clareview Recreation Centre and have some fun after running a quick Saturday errand at the mall and throwing the goods in the trunk. Visit and see what you've been missing. Your trip is sure to be rewarding.
In a later article we will examine what this will mean for Real Estate in the northeast neighbourhoods of Edmonton. Especially the neighbourhoods along the LRT line & directly walking distance to the Londondery mall.
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