CUA is opening a new branch (October) at the former Spryfield Professional Centre redevelopment at 349 Herring Cove Rd.
Bakery Outlet opening on Sackville Drive, same plaza as Pizzadelic/Apt 3 carrying Keto, Vegan and Gluten Free Varieties and Snair’s bread
Bap House is now open on Quinpool beside Aerobic First
Virtue Hair Studio opened this week, it’s nice to see services open in Harbour Isle (by Windmill Starbucks) I think that area has potential to serve Burnside and the new local residential area.
SoftMoc Shoe Rack (the outlet version of SoftMoc) is now open in Dartmouth Crossing in the village shops
Melanie Lyne has opened their new Halifax Shopping Centre store
Guapa Boutique is now open on Gottingen, same building as Kew and Heartwood
Thanks to all of you I am nominated for 3 of The Coast: Best of Halifax awards this year. Best Blogger, Best Twitterer (and Best Food Blogger, but in that category, I encourage you to vote for someone who is much more dedicated to food than I am)
Cost U Less on Portland St right before Cole Harbour is closing at the end of September and is liquidating stock
Bass Pro/ Cabela’s / Tracker store in Dartmouth Crossing
has a Grand Opening scheduled for 6 pm Wednesday Septemeber 26th. The store opens regular hours the next day.
When Hong Yun left Brenton Place I said they would resurface, well they are but under the name Red Asian Fusion on Hollis @ South
Interesting, Hudson Bay opened a new store this week in suburban Montreal, the first new store in 18 years
I have a guest post up on my blog today from urban planner Kyle Miller, talking about the ten-minute neighbourhoods of HRM (a neighbourhood where things are in a ten-minute walk)