203 Bill Hunter Avenue
Saskatoon, SK S7R 1E3
Phone: (306) 955-6565
Fax: (306) 955-6560
Located at the corner of Warman Road and Primrose Drive, The Mall at Lawson Heights is a sprawling shopping complex in North Saskatoon. Boasting of over a 100 businesses that include clothes stores, restaurants, jewelers and various other luxury products and services, the mall is quite popular with locals looking for a shopping fix. Opened as one of the largest malls in the suburbs, the place also features an enclosed food court, beauty salons and health service clinics.
The Preston Crossing, spread over more than 40,100 square meters (432,000 square feet), is a popular shopping area known for many businesses that range from clothes brands, restaurants, to departmental stores. Established in 2002, the Preston Crossing Shopping Area features a Wal-Mart, Cabela's, popular restaurants like Chili's as well as apparel brands like Gap and Banana Republic.
The largest shopping center in Saskatchewan, Midtown Plaza is located in Saskatoon. It is owned by Primaris Retail REIT and comprises of 130 stores. The mall has stores unique to the province like Mexx, Boathouse, Costa Blanca etc. The plaza also has a largest underground parking in the province. Clothes, health and beauty products, shoes, bags, accessories, music, books, sports equipment are few stores that are within the plaza which make it a highly-visited spot for fashion lovers. There are telecommunication stores, travel agents and banks in the premises.
Saskatoon Farmers' Market is a public marketplace in Riversdale, Saskatoon. Market vendors own the market, whereas, the building is the city's property. The market offers good quality produce from farmer to consumer and is open all-year round. The market also offers entertainment such as live music, chefs who show their culinary skills and other events for families.
The Center (Saskatoon) is a shopping mall that was the result of a merger of two shopping centers. The Center boasts of 90 shops and services, 9 fine art galleries and a 500-seat food court. At present the mall has stores like Sports Chek, Canada Safeway, Rainbow Cinemas, Dollarama, Best Buy etc.