Scotia Centre

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Scotia Centre Mall
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Scotia Centre Mall First Avenue Entrance
Location 123 Second Avenue South – Central Business District, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
Coordinates 52°07′39″N 106°40′03″W / 52.127500°N 106.667500°W / 52.127500; -106.667500Coordinates: 52°07′39″N 106°40′03″W / 52.127500°N 106.667500°W / 52.127500; -106.667500
Management Dundee Realty Management Group
No. of stores and services approx 16 and food court
No. of anchor tenants 1 Bank of Nova Scotia

Scotia Centre is a commercial complex and small shopping mall in downtown Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, owned by the Dundee Realty Management Group.[1]

Description[edit]

The mall portion of the Centre contains about a dozen stores.[citation needed]

The headquarters of Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan are located in one of two office towers at Scotia Center, having relocated from Saskatoon Square in June 1985.[2] The company purchased its tower from the developer in 2005.[3]

History[edit]

The mall opened in 1985 on a site formally occupied by the original Capitol Theatre movie palace, which was demolished in 1979 to make way for the new project.[4][5] The groundbreaking for the project occurred in February 1984.[6]

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