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Southcentre Mall

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Southcentre Mall
Southcentre Mall.jpg
LocationCalgary, Alberta
Coordinates50°57′10″N 114°03′56″W / 50.95278°N 114.06556°W / 50.95278; -114.06556
Address100 Anderson Road SE
Opening dateOctober 1974
ManagementOxford Properties
OwnerOxford Properties
No. of stores and services191
No. of anchor tenants1 (major)
4 (junior)
Total retail floor area1,052,107 sq ft (97,743.9 m2)
No. of floors2

Southcentre Mall is one of the largest (by area) shopping malls in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 97,743.9 m2 (1,052,107 sq ft), and contains approximately 190 stores and services over two floors.

It is located in the city's southeast quadrant at the intersection of Macleod Trail and Anderson Road, and across the street from the Anderson C-Train Station, in the neighbourhood of Willow Park. The mall is owned and operated by Oxford Properties.


Originally opened in October 1974, the mall was expanded in 1986. In 1988, further expansion added a two-level retail wing to the north side. In late 1999, the mall grew again to include a new 3-level department store (planned as Eaton's but ultimately opened as Sears), approximately 20 retailers, and a two-level parkade. The theatre complex was closed at this time and retrofitted into retail space. The most recent expansion was completed in 2009.

In 2012, it became the first mall to offer private visits with Santa Claus to children with autism.[1]

In January 2018, Sears closed down following the company's bankruptcy. Soon after, Showhome Furniture opened in the ground floor space vacated by Sears, and closed as of November 2019.[citation needed] In July 2020, Oxford Properties announced that Dollarama, PetSmart, and Winners would open stores on the vacant ground floor space as part of an ongoing redevelopment project. Dollarama officially opened in November 2020, while PetSmart and Winners are scheduled to open in Spring 2021, with Winners opening on April 21.

See also


  1. ^ DeMara, Bruce (25 November 2013). "Autistic kids get quiet time with Santa at malls". Toronto Star. Retrieved 2013-12-21.

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