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February 5, 2014
Construction starts on Tsawwassen malls
Construction recently began on Ivanhoe Cambridge's Tsawwassen Mills and Property Development Group's Tsawwassen Commons.
Both retail developments will be built on Tsawwassen First Nation Lands.
Located at Highway 17 and 52nd Street,Tsawwassen Mills will include about 111,500 square metres of retail space and will be modelled on the CrossIron Mills and Vaughan Mills in the Greater Calgary and Greater Toronto areas.
Tsawwassen Commons will provide 51,000 square metres of outdoor retail space.
The completion of construction is estimated for spring 2016.
The design work will be handled by Stantec Architecture Inc., and site work will be done by Matcon Civil Constructors Inc.
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