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Spring Garden Road, along with a few nearby roads, comprise one of the major commercial districts in Halifax. The beginning of the road is marked by an arch with the words "Welcome to the Land of the Mayflower" etched on it. Along with several major fashion boutiques where you can probably spend hours shopping and a number of, bars, cafes and restaurants, the street also has several important tourist attractions including the Spring Garden Road Memorial Library and Victoria Park.
Bishop's Landing is a beautiful waterfront locale overlooking the North Atlantic Ocean. It is a popular spot for shopping and dining among the locals. Pearl City comes highly recommended for those looking to splurge on jewelry and Paul Stulac is a must-visit spot for cigar connoisseurs. Besides eateries and independent boutiques, it also is home to luxurious suites and condos, healthcare facilities and beauty centers.
Dartmouth Crossing is a massive hub for shopping in Dartmouth. The complex is a fantastic mix of shopping destination, entertainment space and business hub. Home to several shops, department stores, boutiques and lots more. It has cost-effective departmental stores such as Costco, Marshall's and Walmart, to name a few, but also houses fashion brands and labels such as Melanie Lyne, La Vie En Rose, Tommy Hilfiger, Laura and lots more. You will also find popular restaurant chains as well as independent eateries in its vicinity.
Bayers Lake Business Park is a retail park that has been at its current location for more than 50 years. This landmark of the city is home to several businesses, retail chains, local stores and a number of restaurants, cafes and local eateries. In addition, the park has a state-of-the-art multiplex where locals and tourists head for entertainment. The Bayer's Lake Mystery Walls, which are ruins of ironstone walls, are also located here.
The Hydrostone District is the name of a neighborhood towards the northern limit of the city. Designed by architect Thomas Adams, it began as a community to accommodate the survivors of the Halifax Explosion of 1917. Constituting mainly of middle-class families, the residential neighborhood featured many row-houses and duplex homes. Today, Hydrostone forms a vibrant community of creative professionals with smaller families and also major businesses like restaurants, retail shops and much more. The area is also highly popular among shoppers as it has several boutiques, specialty shops and is home to the historic Hydrostone Market.