Cambridge Centre is a shopping mall in Cambridge, Ontario, Canada, located at 355 Hespeler Road. In the 1980s, Hespeler Road became the city's major commercial area, and is now known as the Highway 24/Hespeler Road Commercial District.
Cambridge Centre opened in 1996, on a site previously occupied by the John Galt Centre, which was retro-fitted and expanded as the first phase of the development.
The mall underwent further expansion in 2002, which added several department stores, and a National Hockey League-sized ice rink known as the Cambridge Ice Centre. Since 1996, $100 million has been invested in the enhancement of Cambridge Centre, allowing it to compete with other shopping malls in Waterloo Region, such as Fairview Park Mall and Conestoga Mall.
Cambridge Centre is one of the principal interchange points for Grand River Transit buses in Cambridge. The terminal is located on the south side of the mall, on Dunbar Road. GRT’s South Garage is also located nearby, on Conestoga Boulevard.