Kingsway Mall

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Coordinates: 53°33′42″N 113°30′20″W / 53.56167°N 113.50556°W / 53.56167; -113.50556

Kingsway Mall
Kingsway Mall logo.png
LocationEdmonton, Alberta, Canada
Opening date1976
ManagementOxford Properties Group
OwnerOMERS Realty Corp.
No. of stores and servicesOver 200
No. of anchor tenants7[1] (6 open, 1 vacant)
Total retail floor area963,000 square feet (89,500 m2)[2]
No. of floors2+basement & offices
Parking3,900+
Websitehttp://www.kingswaymall.com

Kingsway Mall (formerly Kingsway Garden Mall) is a shopping centre located in central Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The mall, constructed in 1976, completed a $70-million redevelopment from 2007-2009. The "Revealing" held the weekend of 13 November 2009, saw the name change, introduced the public to the new mall, and opened the winter shopping season. Bordered by three major commuter roads (109 Street, Princess Elizabeth Avenue, and Kingsway), Kingsway Mall is situated near NAIT (Northern Alberta Institute of Technology) and the Royal Alexandra Hospital. On 14 March 2014, its Target location opened,[3] but closed in 2015. Also in 2015, Forever 21 opened in the former Smitty's and Shefield Express. It also had the last Smart Set in Edmonton (the old location is now Hyba). Hot Topic opened in the mall Fall 2015 and it is the first in Edmonton. In 2017, they announced they would go under a renovation adding a new wing of the mall in the former Target.


General information[edit]

The Kingsway Garden Mall logo up to November 2009

Kingsway Mall is the second largest mall in Edmonton, behind West Edmonton Mall. The mall contains over 200 stores and services including Hudson's Bay, Sport Chek, H&M, Marshalls/HomeSense, and Forever 21.[4] The mall has two main shopping levels (with one store situated in the basement) and a third floor consisting of professional offices. Over 3,900 parking stalls surround the mall, in two levels on the east side, as well as Edmonton Transit System services at the Kingsway/Royal Alex LRT Station.[5]

Current Anchors:

Hudson's Bay

Marshalls

Homesense

H&M

Sportchek

Forever 21



Former Anchors:

Sears- Closed January 8, 2018

Target-Closed March 15, 2015, now Marshalls/Homesense

Zellers-Closed 2012, replaced with Target Canada on March 14, 2014, which closed in 2015

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Oxford - Kingsway Mall
  2. ^ Oxford Leasing - Kingsway Mall
  3. ^ "Target to Celebrate Grand Opening of Toronto Stockyards Store". CNW Group. 13 March 2014. Retrieved 7 July 2014.
  4. ^ Kingsway Mall General Info
  5. ^ Kingsway Mall Parking Info

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