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|Address||137 Ave and 66 St NW Edmonton, Alberta, Canada|
|Opening date||August 15, 1972|
|No. of stores and services||over 140|
|No. of anchor tenants||7|
|Total retail floor area||735,000 square feet (68,300 m2)|
|No. of floors||200|
Londonderry Mall is a shopping centre located in north Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It contains over 150 stores and services with seven major tenants. The mall opened in 1972 and has been expanded and renovated since. The mall is currently undergoing a renovation that is scheduled for completion in 2017.
Londonderry Mall opened in 1972 with 85 stores and services.
The mall underwent its first renovation in the late 1980s, transforming the mall from a simple, street-themed mall to a more open shopping environment with added skylights and enhanced lighting. The mall expanded to 150 stores and services, and increasing popularity. 
In late 2013, the relocation and closing of many major tenants and small stores left the mall with many unoccupied stores.
On September 18, 2014, Londonderry Mall announced that it will be undergoing a $130 million renovation. The renovation is expected to be complete in 2017. The mall will undergo sufficient changes such as store relocations, rebuilding of all escalators and elevators and destruction of all water fountains. The relocation of the food court to the west side of the mall to provide exterior access and the replacement of all light fixtures to LED.
- The Bay (original store)
- Winners (former Garage location) (was former Eaton's top level)
- Army & Navy (former Woolco/Walmart lower level)
- Fit 4 Less (former World Health)
- Save-On-Foods (former Eaton's lower level)
- Shoppers Drug Mart
- Edmonton Public Library
- Sport Chek Supercentre (was Woolco/Walmart top level, relocated fall 2013 to Manning Town Centre, to become Simons)
- Eaton's (now Save-On-Foods and Winners)
- Woolco (now Walmart)
- Safeway (closed 1995)
- Toys R Us Express (now Londonderry Mall Administration)
- Walmart (now Army & Navy and Sport Chek Supercentre)
- World Health (now Fit 4 Less)