Guildford Town Centre is hosting a grand opening of its newly renovated site on Wednesday

Guildford Town Centre invites public to grand opening

The newly redeveloped shopping centre unveils its new look Wednesday, Aug. 28 with entertainment, deals, and new retail offerings.

Mark the calendar for the ultimate back-to-school shopping experience on Wednesday, Aug. 28 at the grand opening of Guildford Town Centre.

o celebrate the newly redeveloped shopping centre, Guildford Town Centre is inviting the community to join the festivities, which will include live entertainment, great deals and the addition of dozens of new retail offerings.

Guildford Town Centre’s redevelopment is bringing an unparalleled shopping experience to Surrey with some of the top national and international brands. With popular stores such as H&M, GUESS, Browns Shoes, Forever 21, Aritzia, Jack & Jones, Town Shoes, and Sephora, Guildford Town Centre will be the ultimate one-stop shop for all of the latest back-to-school needs and more.

The shopping centre’s $280-million expansion will result in more than 70 store openings and also includes a new 1,034-seat food court, a  new Centre Court with a glass enclosed elevator and water feature, and a nearly 10,000-square-foot living-art wall on the exterior of the shopping centre. The living art piece expands over one of Surrey’s major commuting streets and stands alone as the biggest of its kind in North America featuring over 120 different species of plants.

The grand opening will mark the second phase in the major redevelopment, with completion anticipated for fall of 2014.

Guildford Town Centre is located on 104 Avenue and 152 Street.

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