New offering from longtime merchant

Jordans revamps previous Langford store, creates Jordans Home

The first ever Jordans Home is opening in the West Shore.

The 22,000-square-foot home furnishing store on the corner of Attree Avenue and Jacklin Road revamps and takes over from Jordans Casual Homes store.

Company and spokesperson David De Lusignan said they are thrilled to be enhancing their brand in Langford and the West Shore.

“We are extremely excited about bringing something to the Island we feel is not over here,” he said. “We’ve shopped literally all over the world to buy for this store. We have things from Mexico to the United States to Asia and India. We’ve shopped for over a year just for this store, literally everywhere, to make it unique.”

The family business started as a small area rug shop in 1929 and has grown into one of the biggest home-furnishing stores in the B.C. The Langford store employs 15, most from the West Shore and De Lusignan said he hopes the store will be accepted as part of the community.

“Our hope is that any charity in the area that needs to put a function on knows we are happy to accommodate,” he said.

“We’re very happy to be here and we are looking forward to meeting all the great folks in the area and helping them.”

For more information on Jordans, visit jordans.ca

alim@goldstreamgazette.com

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