Metrotown 鐵道鎮

Opening Date: 1985
Management: Ivanhoe Cambridge
# of Stores: 450
Total Retail Area: 1,783,005 sq ft (165,646.6 m2)
Parking: 8,500


Metropolis at Metrotown (formerly known as Metrotown Centre, Eaton Centre Metrotown or Metro as an abbreviation) is a shopping mall complex in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. With over 450 shops and services, it is the largest mall in British Columbia, and the 2nd largest in Canada. The mall is connected by a skyway to the Metrotown Station on the SkyTrain rapid transit system. Two office buildings are part of the complex, with a third under construction.


Surrounding neighbourhood

 The word "Metrotown" has now come to apply to the parts of Burnaby that surround the mall, particularly the commercial and residential areas for several kilometres east and west along Kingsway. Previously, this neighbourhood was referred to as West Burnaby. Since the mid-1980s, the neighbourhood has undergone extreme "densification", thus reflecting the official community plan for the area, created and adjusted in anticipation of SkyTrain construction. Some businesses across Burnaby's nearby western municipal border, in the City of Vancouver's Collingwood neighbourhood, use the Metrotown name, even though most residents would consider them outside of the region covered by the term.


The Metrotown neighbourhood is also home to a number of smaller shopping centres. Although connected to Metropolis by a skyway, Station Square has remained separately managed. Another shopping centre, the Asian-themed Crystal Mall, opened near Metropolis in 2000, although it has no direct connection. Old Orchard Centre, is yet another shopping centre located nearby that is considered part of the Metrotown district. Old Orchard Centre predates all of the other shopping centres in the neighbourhood and is a strip mall, as opposed to an enclosed mall. It features a Marketplace IGA grocery store, Subway restaurant, and a Shoppers Drug Mart, as well as numerous other local and chain stores





大都市鐵道鎮 (前身為鐵道鎮中心伊頓中心的鐵道鎮地鐵被稱為縮寫)是在加拿大不列顛哥倫比亞省本拿比市的一個商場建築。 與超過450個商店和服務,它是在不列顛哥倫比亞省最大的購物中心,並在加拿大的第二大 該商場是由纜車連接到鐵道鎮站,輕軌捷運系統。 兩座辦公大樓是複雜的一部分,與正在建設中的三分之一。



“鐵道鎮”這個詞現在已到了申請的本拿比,環繞商場,尤其是幾公里的東部和西部沿匯富的商業及住宅區。 此前,這附近被稱為西本拿比。 20世紀80年代中期以來,鄰里發生了極端的“緻密”,為創建和輕軌建設的預期調整的​​地區,從而反映了官方社區計劃。 整個伯納比附近的市西部邊境的一些企業,在溫哥華的科林伍德附近的城市的一些商業單位也使用的鐵道鎮的名字,即使大多數居民認為他們並不涵蓋在鐵道鎮區域之內。

鐵道鎮附近是一些較小的商場。 雖然由纜車連接大都市,站前廣場一直保持分開管理。 另一個亞洲為主題的購物中心 - 水晶商城,於2000年開業,儘管它有沒有直接聯繫鐵道鎮。 老果園中心水晶商城的斜對面, 是一個購物廣場且被認為是鐵道鎮區內的一部分。 老果園中心是一個的購物廣場,而不是一個封閉的商場。 它具有一個市場IGA的雜貨店,購物&藥物沃爾瑪,以及其他許多地方和連鎖店


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