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Re: No We Don't Colin (need a bigger mall)

Postby Urban Cowboy » Sep 30th, 2017, 5:28 pm

Thanks. :up:
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Re: No We Don't Colin (need a bigger mall)

Postby Fancy » Sep 30th, 2017, 5:58 pm

Queen K - appears you were right to start with.
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Re: No We Don't Colin (need a bigger mall)

Postby Urban Cowboy » Sep 30th, 2017, 6:44 pm

I'd say with both Sears locations in OPM closing they'll have a sizeable square footage to get leased out, and it seems to me large anchor tenants are getting harder and harder to come by.

I'm guessing they'll likely remodel the Home store and make it into smaller spaces, which in essence means less need for another mall.
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Re: No We Don't Colin (need a bigger mall)

Postby Jlabute » Sep 30th, 2017, 6:50 pm

Once sears vacates, the area will have to undergo serious remodelling to remove stained tiles, worn lino, and all the ugly in general. Liquidation sales going on, I bet their pricing still won’t be much different better than the Bay, and others who will reduce their prices to match.
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Re: No We Don't Colin (need a bigger mall)

Postby Fancy » Sep 30th, 2017, 6:54 pm

Old Techie wrote:I'd say with both Sears locations in OPM closing they'll have a sizeable square footage to get leased out, and it seems to me large anchor tenants are getting harder and harder to come by.

I'm guessing they'll likely remodel the Home store and make it into smaller spaces, which in essence means less need for another mall.

I agree - fill the malls that have empty spaces first before contemplating building another one.
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Re: No We Don't Colin (need a bigger mall)

Postby UhHuhYeahSure » Sep 30th, 2017, 9:07 pm

People! Please. Give your fuggin heads a shake!

Kelowna is so over retailed you have to have the IQ of a shoes and a personality as shallow as a dime to think the subject of a mall is worthy of any discussion.

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Re: No We Don't Colin (need a bigger mall)

Postby lesliepaul » Sep 30th, 2017, 9:15 pm

Well, I guess that will make the "too lazy to leave the comfort of their own home" happy........knock yourselves out with your online shopping. Nobody, but nobody came close to the prices on appliances we got from Sears when building a new house here. Trail.........ripoff.........Coast........to stupid to care!

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Re: No We Don't Colin (need a bigger mall)

Postby Hmmm » Sep 30th, 2017, 9:27 pm

UhHuhYeahSure wrote:People! Please. Give your fuggin heads a shake!

Kelowna is so over retailed you have to have the IQ of a shoes and a personality as shallow as a dime to think the subject of a mall is worthy of any discussion.

Oh crap. I just got involved in the discussion of a mall.

When it comes to retail, it’s almost never about the need or lack thereof. Large retailers leverage losses with the hopes of making gains in other areas. Just read the debacle that occurred with the Toys R Us bankruptcy.

So maybe tone down your IQ of a shoes commentary, since you yourself don’t appear to actually know or understand retail or big business that well. :D
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Re: No We Don't Colin (need a bigger mall)

Postby Queen K » Sep 30th, 2017, 9:32 pm

Also the retail industry here services huge areas of BC where they are severely under retailed. Until on-line shopping and delivery became mainstream. There is a lag factor.

When I went to OP years ago, my cousin from Grand Forks knew more people than I did.
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Re: No We Don't Colin (need a bigger mall)

Postby lightspeed » Oct 1st, 2017, 4:02 pm

lesliepaul wrote:Well, I guess that will make the "too lazy to leave the comfort of their own home" happy........knock yourselves out with your online shopping. Nobody, but nobody came close to the prices on appliances we got from Sears when building a new house here. Trail.........ripoff.........Coast........to stupid to care!


I really really urge people to read this. So true.

Sears RIP. Bad news for consumers.
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Re: No We Don't Colin (need a bigger mall)

Postby jasond_71 » Oct 1st, 2017, 4:53 pm

I also received the best prices on appliances from Sears when building in 2011. However, built a house in 2015 and Sears was the worst for prices. Maybe that was a sign of things to come? City furniture was best.
Funny because Sears virtually invented "online" shopping with the Sears catalogue. We would circle what we wanted at Christmas and they would deliver it to store. Same as amazon, basically.
Amazes me that Sears never developed a better online presence?

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Re: No We Don't Colin (need a bigger mall)

Postby Woodenhead » Oct 1st, 2017, 7:15 pm

jasond_71 wrote:I also received the best prices on appliances from Sears when building in 2011. However, built a house in 2015 and Sears was the worst for prices. Maybe that was a sign of things to come? City furniture was best.
Funny because Sears virtually invented "online" shopping with the Sears catalogue. We would circle what we wanted at Christmas and they would deliver it to store. Same as amazon, basically.
Amazes me that Sears never developed a better online presence?



I really really urge people to read this. So true.

Sears = good riddance. Good news for consumers.
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Re: No We Don't Colin (need a bigger mall)

Postby GordonH » Oct 1st, 2017, 7:51 pm

^^^ Mall owners will want new renters for those 2 large areas, wonder who that could be.
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Re: No We Don't Colin (need a bigger mall)

Postby Hmmm » Oct 2nd, 2017, 1:31 am

Value Village and an Amazon pick up location my guess.
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Re: No We Don't Colin (need a bigger mall)

Postby Jlabute » Oct 2nd, 2017, 7:09 am

Are we having a bet?
I think these two large locations will be boarded up for a few years, like downtown woolco. Homeless will walk by and pee on them. Then after no bites, they will be partitioned in to tiny shops which will collectively earn owners more rent.
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