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Facelift for downtown mall

Kelowna's Towne Centre Mall is getting a facelift.

The downtown mall, originally built in 1981, was sold in February of last year.

A development permit application for exterior changes will come before council Monday.

The new owners are proposing to demolish the existing canopy, stucco and slate tile of the Bernard Avenue elevation. It would be replaced with new signage, updated stucco and new brick cladding.

A combination of canvas awnings with signage and an open trellis canopy would grace the front entrance.

The remaining elevations around the mall will be cleaned and remediated where necessary, and will be given a fresh coat of paint to match the Bernard Avenue colour scheme, according to the permit application.

Canopies over the east and west entrances will also be updated.

The two-storey mall houses 24 stores and shops on the main floor and offices on the upper floor.



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