From now until March 15, the new $1.5 billion Vancouver Centre Mall is expected to be the most popular shopping mall in North America, according to a report from Re/code.
But for those who are not yet planning to visit the mall, the report suggests there are some things you need to know before heading there.
What to know:When is the new Vancouver Centre mall opening?
March 15, 2020: The mall will open to the public at 9:00 a.m.
How to get there:The mall will be located at the corner of West Hastings Avenue and Queen Street.
The mall opens to the general public at 10:00am.
What are the entrances to the mall?
You can walk up West Hastings, which is the main entrance, but you have to walk to the end of the street, which leads to the new North East mall.
You will need to walk south to the intersection of Hastings Street and West Hastings.
What is the North East Mall?
The North East (Northwest) mall will include three levels of retail spaces, as well as a restaurant, retail shop, a music venue and a fitness centre.
What will the food and drink options be like?
The new Vancouver Center mall will have a total of six levels of food and beverage options, according the report.
What can I expect at the mall when it opens?
The main focus of the mall will always be food and drinks, according Re/Code.
The mall has a menu of premium products, and will offer a variety of food, snacks and beverages.
How long will it last?
The mall is expected, by 2020, to have over 3,500 new customers.
The report also suggests that the mall could potentially open to more than 5,000 new customers every month by 2020.
What happens if the mall doesn’t have enough new customers?
Re/code predicts that by 2020 the new city centre mall could have over 12,000 more new customers than it currently does, which would increase the number of new shoppers by 6 percent per month, which means a total increase of 12,600 new customers per month.
What does that mean for Vancouver’s economy?
Re,coding also noted that by 2024, the city centre, which includes the new plaza and the two new highrises, could see an annual economic increase of between $6 million and $15 million per year.
What about other areas of the city?
Re also predicts that in 2024, Vancouver will have an average annual economic growth of 4.4 percent.
That would be the second-fastest-growing city in North American, behind New York City.
What’s more, the study suggests that by 2022, the number one factor that could be keeping Vancouver from becoming the next New York is the increase in the number and size of tourists coming to the city.
How would that affect our economy?
By 2024, Re/cod suggests that, by 2024 Vancouver will see a total growth in tourism spending of over $6 billion, an increase of nearly $6,000 per capita, and that would translate into an annual GDP increase of over 4 percent.
What other factors could affect our city’s economy in 2024?
Re-cod suggests another factor that would affect our economic performance in 2024 could be the fact that, if we have high-density development in our city, there is a good chance that our economy will grow in terms of population, employment and GDP growth.
The number of people who move to Vancouver every year is expected as high as 40,000, and the number that move into the city each year is also expected to rise, Re-cod says.
What do you think about Re/coding’s predictions?
Re is correct that, for the time being, Vancouver is the only major American city where the number-one factor keeping the city from becoming a top-five economic city is the number, size and number of tourists moving in.
However, we need to look at the broader picture.
For example, if more people were moving into the cities surrounding Vancouver, that would boost our GDP by $3.4 billion annually, and our city would be one of the top five in North Americans.
What else is happening in the world?
Re believes that there is an increase in international travel that is taking place in North and South America and the Pacific Rim.
As a result, there are more and more people from the United States, Canada and Europe moving to the other parts of the world.
Re/coded predicts that this will have negative economic impacts on the Canadian economy in 2020.
What about other international cities?
Re suggests that international travel has become more and less important in the global economy as more and not fewer people are moving to cities around the world to work and live.
What if we had fewer people moving to North America?
Re says that, while the number per capita of international visitors is increasing, the