Lime Ridge Mall
|Location||999 Upper Wentworth Street
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
|Opening date||September 13, 1981|
|No. of stores and services||213|
|No. of anchor tenants||2|
|Total retail floor area||815,000 square feet (75,700 m2)|
|No. of floors||2|
Lime Ridge (corporately styled as "CF Lime Ridge") is a two-level indoor shopping mall in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, on Upper Wentworth Street. Opened on September 13, 1981, it is the largest mall complex in the city, an 815,000-square-foot (75,700 m2) super-regional shopping centre with over 213 stores including department store anchors Hudson's Bay and Sears Canada, and five large non-majors: Home Outfitters, The Bay Home Store, Old Navy, H&M, and SportChek.
East Side Mario’s (opened in 1984) closed in 1997. It was then moved to Upper James Street.
- Kmart (now split between Home Outfitters and The Bay Home Store.)
- Eaton's (now Hudson's Bay)
- Robinson's (converted into mall space.)
Lime Ridge Transit Terminal
|Location||Upper Wentworth Street|
|Bus operators||Hamilton Street Railway|
|Structure type||Outdoor bus shelters|
- Platform 1 - 25 Upper Wentworth - Northbound to MacNab Transit Terminal
- Platform 2 - 43 Stone Church - Eastbound to Meadowlands Terminal/Westbound to Highland & Aubrey
- Platform 3 - 26 Upper Wellington - Northbound to MacNab Transit Terminal
- Platform 4 - 41 Mohawk - Eastbound to Gage & Industrial
- Platform 5 - 41/41A Mohawk - Westbound to Meadowlands Terminal/Chedoke Hospital
- Platform 1 - Tiger Cats Express to Tim Hortons Field
- Platform 5 - Mohawk East Shuttle to Mountain Brow Loop
- "Lime Ridge Mall Web site". Retrieved 2007-12-05.
- Cory Ruf (2014-05-27). "LRT and lessons to be learned from Hamilton's first flirtation with urban trains: In 1981, Council turned down elevated train line, despite province's vow to foot most of the bill". CBC News. Archived from the original on 2014-05-28.
On the night of Dec. 15, 1981, Hamilton-Wentworth Regional Council rejected a proposal to build a $111-million elevated train line from Jackson Square in the city’s core to Lime Ridge Mall, the hub for what was then the southern fringe of the Mountain’s blooming suburbs.
- "Limeridge Transit Terminal". Hamilton Transit Blog. Retrieved June 2015. Check date values in:
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