With the closure of CD Plus still fresh on the minds of many local music lovers, there are changes happening at the Corner Brook Plaza these days, with even more coming down the pipeline.
The CD Plus space at the south end of the mall is still empty, but the closure of a dollar store at the opposite end has led to the opening of a shoe store. A Buck Or Two closed down a month or two ago (or more?) and in it’s place now stands a very bright and colourful Payless Shoe Source, much to the delight of shoe lovers in the region.
Of course, the big talk over the past few days is that the Corner Brook Zellers location will be transitioned to a Target store by sometime in 2013. Target acquired Zellers in January and will begin transitioning 115 locations (including Corner Brook) in 2012.
Finally, in the middle of the mall, lovers of greasy fries and gravy will have noticed the closure of the Corner Cafe across from SportChek. You might have seen this sign recently though:
David’s Tea is Toronto based chain of tea shops, with locations from Nova Scotia to British Columbia. They sell loose tea, tea accessories and tea drinks. Tea lovers will certainly be happy to see an increased selection in the city.
What do you think about these new stores? Disappointed that they aren’t local? Excited for new options? Leave your thoughts in the comments!
Lead photo by Michael Coyne.