Oshawa Centre

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Oshawa Centre
Oshawa Centre, Oshawa, Ontario.jpg
Oshawa Centre
Location 419 King Street West
Oshawa, Ontario
L1J 2K5
Opening date 1956
Management Ivanhoé Cambridge
Owner Ivanhoé Cambridge
No. of stores and services 230
No. of anchor tenants 10
Total retail floor area 1,219,962 square feet
113338.2 m²
No. of floors 2
Website Oshawa Centre

Oshawa Centre, located at King Street and Stevenson Road, is a two-storey shopping mall located in the City of Oshawa, Ontario, Canada. It is the largest mall in Ontario east of Toronto. The Oshawa Centre is owned and managed by Ivanhoé Cambridge. The Oshawa Centre has over 230 stores.


  • Hudson's Bay (122,624 sq. ft. / 11,392.1 m²)
  • Sears (123,281 sq. ft. / 11,453.2 m²)


Zellers (closed and torn down due to renovation)

Mark's Work Wearhouse (Moved across the street beside the Canadian Tire)


Most of the stores located at the Oshawa Centre are open Monday to Friday 9:30-9:00, Saturday 9:30-9:00, and Sunday 11:00-6:00. More information on the hours can be found on the Oshawa Center website[1].


The Oshawa Centre has a large variety of retail stores, selling a variety of products, ranging from shoes to jewellery, to clothes, to household appliances.

Food Options[edit]

The Oshawa Centre had a 1950s themed food court, containing outlets such as KFC, A&W, Dairy Queen, Subway, Taco Bell & New York Fries.

The new 1000-seat food court contains many of the previous outlets, as well as South St. Burger and Purdy's. The new food court is located on the east side of the mall, in the new addition.


Oshawa Center also has a variety of public services. You can find orthodontists, and optometrists offices. Moreover, the Oshawa Center Executive offices also house some of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care of Ontario.

Expansion and renovation[edit]

Ivanhoé Cambridge had the grand opening of the $230 million renovated and expanded portion of the mall on September 29, 2016. The renovation and expansion project began in the summer of 2013 which included 60 additional stores within the mall. This project made the mall bigger than Vaughan Mills. Zellers was torn down to make room for the new renovation part.

One of Durham Region Transit's bus terminals is located south of the former Zellers. Connections for GO Transit can be made along King Street, north of Sears.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "About us | OSHAWA CENTRE". www.oshawacentre.com. Retrieved 2017-05-26. 

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 43°53′24″N 78°52′46″W / 43.88998°N 78.87935°W / 43.88998; -78.87935