L’Aubainerie settles in the former Lozeau

L’Aubainerie’settles in l’ former Lozeau 

A branch of the Aubainerie clothing store will occupy the former premises of Lozeau, revealed La Presse this morning. 

Lozeau, the famous almost century-old business specializing in photography, closed its doors on June 28, 2022 due to the repercussions of the pandemic and the revitalization work on Plaza Saint-Hubert, explained the Ontario giant Henry's, which owned the company since 2019.

Becoming the owner of the building located at the corner of Saint-Hubert and Bellechasse streets in the Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie district, Aubainerie “will occupy the three floors of the place with a brand new urban store concept of 20,000 square feet,” said La Presse, adding that an official announcement will be made on Tuesday.

The Montreal media specifies that the activities of the branch located on Mont-Royal Avenue should not be affected by this opening. 

There are currently 54 stores of Aubainerie family clothing according to the information available on the company's website. The chain opened its first branch in 1944 in La Tuque, Mauricie, under the name L'Économie. 

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