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Trampoline park may bounce into vacant space in Sahali Mall

The Kamloops Target department store in the Sahali Mall closed in 2015 and now, two years later, construction is underway.
May 05, 2017 - 1:00 PM

KAMLOOPS – It appears the space that used to house a Target department store in Kamloops will soon be home to a gym, a thrift store and a possibly, a trampoline park.

A post to the Sahali Mall Facebook page on April 21 announced the addition of Planet Fitness and Value Village by fall of this year.

However, a construction worker leaving the worksite today, May 5, says the large space will also house a trampoline park.

Sahali Mall representatives would not comment on the construction.

Berezan Management out of Vancouver is managing the construction and representatives would not offer comment either.

The Target department store closed its doors in 2015, leaving a large vacant space in Sahali Mall. 

The addition of a gym, a thrift store and possibly a trampoline park would likely increase traffic to the Sahali Mall. Businesses have been packing up shop and leaving the mall over the past few years.
The addition of a gym, a thrift store and possibly a trampoline park would likely increase traffic to the Sahali Mall. Businesses have been packing up shop and leaving the mall over the past few years.

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