Scotia Centre Mall First Avenue Entrance
|Location||123 Second Avenue South – Central Business District, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada|
|Management||Dream Office Management (Sask) Corp.|
|No. of stores and services||approx 16 and food court|
|No. of anchor tenants||1 Bank of Nova Scotia|
The mall portion of the Centre contains about a dozen stores.
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. The company purchased its tower from the developer in 2005.
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. The groundbreaking for the project occurred in February 1984.
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- (9 Feb 1984).Scotiabank official high on city future, The StarPhoenix
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