Some consider it to be the most lacklustre out of all of Burnaby’s Town Centres. One www.order-westernunion.com of the most common reasons I hear cited for not it feeling like a Town Centre is because “it doesn’t have a mall.” And following this comment, comes the criticism of the other Town Centres: “there’s nothing special about them – they’re all just a bunch of regional malls!”
Well, there are good explanations for each of these observations. But you’ll have to read about it in startling historical detail! And, please feel free to pass it on.
Stay tuned for the next update, where I will discuss the history of Metrotown.
I’ve added updates to the online version of my thesis on Burnaby’s Town Centres. You’ll find a fascinating history of Brentwood Town Centre, and an equally interesting history on Lougheed Town Centre, including a brief history of the Millennium SkyTrain line.
Let me know what you think, and stay tuned for a future update which will detail the history of Edmonds Town Centre.
Today marks the first update of a special series focusing on www.ordermoneygram.com Burnaby’s Town Centres. Firstly, we will look at the regional and local origins of the Town Centre policy. Secondly, we will take a look at the history and future of Brentwood Town Centre.
Stay tuned for updates as we make our way through each of Burnaby’s four Town Centres. The next update, scheduled for release on January 23rd will feature the Lougheed Town Centre and a history of the SkyTrain expansion now known as the Millennium Line.