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The Mall at Lawson Heights
Location Lawson Heights Suburban Centre, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
Opening date 1980 renovated 1990, 2002
Management Betty Gibbon
Owner Morgaurd Investments Ltd.
No. of stores and services 97
No. of anchor tenants 3 Zellers, Safeway Inc., London Drugs
Total retail floor area 307,089 square feet / 28,529.5 m²
Parking 1800 parking stalls; free above ground parking
No. of floors 1
Website The Mall at Lawson Heights

The Mall at Lawson Heights is a shopping centre located at the junction of Warman Road and Primrose Drive in north Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. It is anchored by Zellers, Safeway and London Drugs, and has almost 100 shops and services. The mall opened in the early 1980s during a period of rapid growth in the city's north end subdivisions. At the time, it had the first enclosed food court in Saskatoon, along with many independent and franchise chains. An extensive renovation in the early 1990s added another 40 stores, along with a new food court. In 2002, the mall underwent a third expansion as Vancouver, B.C. based London Drugs became the anchor tenant in the mall's east end. The mall hosts a Saskatoon Transit bus loop.

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Coordinates: 52°10'6"N 106°38'23"W

Coordinates: 52°10′06″N 106°39′23″W / 52.168333°N 106.656389°W / 52.168333; -106.656389

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