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Dartmouth Crossing

Dartmouth Crossing is a commercial real estate development currently under construction in Dartmouth, a part of Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Background

Dartmouth Crossing is a CAD$280 million commercial development owned by North American Development Group. When it was first being developed, it was the largest retail construction project in Canada east of Calgary. 


It is located north of the Highway 118 and Highway 111 interchange in Dartmouth. The centre is adjacent to Burnside Park, the largest business park in Atlantic Canada. 


Dartmouth Crossing can be reached by the following Metro Transit bus routes:

  • 56 (Dartmouth Crossing/Portland Hills)
  • 72 (Portland Hills via Woodlawn/Dartmouth Crossing via Wright Ave)

The overall site comprises 207 hectares (511 acres), and more than 81 hectares (200 acres) will be allotted to its retail component. By 2009, Dartmouth Crossing is anticipated to contain approximately 204,000 square metres (2.2 million square ft) of retail space. When it is fully built-out in ten years, the centre will contain an additional 46,500 square metres (500,000 sq ft) of hotel and office space, and will provide as many as 15,000 jobs.

 

The site is bisected by two waterways, Grassy and Frenchman's Brooks, and contains a number of walking and cycling trails that connect the centre to Burnside Park, nearby Shubie Park and residential areas in the vicinity.

Shops and businesses

Once fully completed, Dartmouth Crossing will consist of four components:

  • A "big box" district, made up of large and medium retailers, including the largest Canadian Tire store ever built;
  • A "main street" district containing smaller, fashion-oriented stores, known as 'The Village Shops at Dartmouth Crossing';
  • An entertainment district containing restaurants and anchored by a 12-screen Empire Theatres movie theatre (to be sold to Cineplex Entertainment by Late August 2013); 
  • A district containing businesses, including banks and gas stations, intended to serve the nearby business park.
  • A residential area 

Dartmouth Crossing is connected to Burnside Industrial Park directly via Commodore Drive and indirectly via Wright Avenue

Overall, the centre is planned to contain 20 big box stores, 40 shops, 15 boutiques, 20 restaurants, 10 service uses, 2 hotels, a movie theatre and 9,300 square metres (100,000 sq ft) of office space.

 

Information and images courtesty of Wikipedia.com


 

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