Oakridge Centre

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Oakridge Centre
Location Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Opening date 1959
1984 (renovated)
Management Ivanhoe Cambridge
Owner Ivanhoe Cambridge
No. of stores and services 150
No. of anchor tenants 2
Total retail floor area 575,168 ft² / 53,434.9 m²
No. of floors 2
Parking 3,550
Website www.oakridgecentre.com
Oakridge Centre
Oakridge Centre's interior

Oakridge Centre (and formerly known as Oakridge Mall) is a shopping centre in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is located at the intersection of West 41st Avenue and Cambie Street.

It was originally opened in 1959 by Woodward's Stores which anchored the centre until it was sold to The Bay in 1993.


Oakridge Centre has approximately 150 stores.

Anchor stores[edit]

Former anchor stores[edit]

In popular media[edit]

This was a shooting location for the 1980s TV series 21 Jump Street.

Transportation access[edit]

The Oakridge–41st Avenue Station on the Canada Line is under the plaza at the southwest corner of 41st and Cambie.

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Coordinates: 49°13′55″N 123°07′08″W / 49.232°N 123.119°W / 49.232; -123.119