- Over 50 shops and services. - An international food court, coffee shops and restaurants. - A designated Vancouver Heritage Building. - An inimitable mix of modern and heritage architecture
City Square's continued success lies in its ability to remain relevant to the community. On the retail level, the Mall offers a balanced variety of over 50 shops and professional services (for a complete list please see our online directory), including various medical and dental offices, and a diverse International Food Court, in a prime central location. Patrons enjoy a convenient... more
It's an unassuming little mall near the hustle and bustle of the intersection of Broadway and Cambie. Although there isn't particularly much to look at, it is a nice and cozy place to buy a coffee and rest for awhile at; the interior has a strong 80's feel to it (which is CRITICAL, in my books, to achieving a good rating haha). It also has an interesting looking little European bake shop on the... more
Weirdest Mall Ever.
But I Love it!! Has mostly everything I need.
I come here everyday for my Tea or Coffee break.
I only come here for the gym, Kin's market and Safeway, other than that there is no real purpose to the mall. I think that rating it a 3 is a bit much. It does house a lot of medical practices and a make-up school, however, as far as shopping is concerned as a mall, it's less to be desired. The food court is also sad as well. Parking is a nightmare as it is like parking in the a@s of an ant.
City Square - Kirin Seafood Restaurant offers these services: restaurant.
Housed in two interlinked heritage buildings, this 120,000 square foot (11468 square meters) City Square Shopping Centre has a variety of retail, office, residential and fitness facilities. A cooking shop, grocery store, pharmacy, restaurant, food court, clothing boutiques, music and book shops are among the choices here. Grab a cup of coffee in a cafe, browse through a bookstore, pick up a... more