About Richmond City Centre
Richmond’s City Centre is truly the heart of British Columbia’s fourth largest city. Residents enjoy deluxe shopping centres, world-class recreational facilities and greenery-laden parks. Encompassing the historical Minoru area and bustling Brighouse neighborhood, the City Centre of Richmond is bordered by Westminster Highway to the north, Number 4 Road to the east, Francis Road to the south and Gilbert Road to the west. Richmond City Centre is a shopper’s paradise with nearly 400 stores within easy reach. Lansdowne Centre and Richmond Centre with its new and exclusive Dining Terrace offer some of the best shopping in the Lower Mainland. In addition, Richmond City Centre is just minutes from the McArthurGlen Designer Outlet at Vancouver International Airport featuring luxury, designer and lifestyle fashion brands, many exclusive to its European owners.
Living in the Richmond City Centre
Brighouse in Richmond’s City Centre is named after Mr. Samuel Brighouse an early settler in the community. Brighouse offers a vast variety of attached housing options, with luxury penthouse highrises, hotel investment properties and entry-level condos that are priced lower than those in nearby Vancouver, making it a prime neighbourhood for first-time home buyers. Brighouse Station is part of the state-of-the-art Canada Line with easy rapid transit access to YVR and Downtown Vancouver. Easy bridge access to Vancouver or trips south on Highway 99 mean residents are only 30 minutes to the Tsawwassen Ferry Terminal and the US Border.
Things to do in The Richmond City Centre
Few things are as quintessentially Richmond as the Dumpling Trail, a collection of 20 restaurants known for their phenomenal dumplings. It’s on CNN Travel’s list of the world’s 12 most enticing food and drink trails, in addition to being blogged about by foodies and travel writers the world over. One taste and you’ll be hooked.
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Those in search of locally-made handicrafts should head to Steveston, where artisan merchants sell everything from sweet treats to art and décor. East Asian products can be found at both the Richmond Night Market and any of the city’s Asian malls—Aberdeen Centre, Yaohan Centre, and Parker Place. Not only will you discover delicious and inexpensive bites in their food courts, you’ll also find imported merchandise like cool fashion and technology. Fashionistas should check out McArthurGlen Designer Outlet near Vancouver International Airport, where top labels like Armani, Hugo Boss, and Coach can be found for up to 70% off retail. Familiar favourites like the Apple Store, H&M, and Sephora highlight CF Richmond Centre, and big box stores can be found at Lansdowne Centre along with some smaller local shops.
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