New Landmark foodie hub
Kirk Penton - Apr 16 - Biz Releases

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The developer behind a new project at the former home of Turner Volkswagen says the space is poised to become “Kelowna’s newest mixed-use dining and farm-fresh culinary market destination.”

Al Stober Construction says it’s overhauling the former car dealership to create The District Market at Landmark, which will feature six new retail tenants in the Landmark area.

Meiklejohn Architects have revamped the building into a “bright and open warehouse/industrial looking space” that the company says will make it more small-scale and pedestrian friendly.

The ultimate goal, Al Stober Construction says, is to make the area a local food hub “for culinary excellence and choice.”

Set to open this summer, Al Stober says the new market is right now 50 per cent leased.

Prior to the recent revamp, the building had been home to Turner Volkswagen for 44 years.

According to BC Assessment, the total value of the property is $2,580,000. Its new owners bought it in February of 2017 for $4,400,000.


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