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North Hill Centre

North Hill Centre is a shopping mall in Calgary. Alberta. The mall was opened in June 1958 and was Western Canada's largest shopping mall at the time. It was also Calgary's first ever shopping mall, as well as the first Calgary store to offer late-night shopping. The original anchor tenant was Simpsons-Sears.The original design for the mall called for an exterior strip mall design with a covered walkway.The first major renovation to the mall occurred in 1973. The mall expanded to include twenty more stores, and an enclosed mall area was constructed amongst the existing stores. The design called for a central corridor with irregularly sized columns and ceiling heights, presenting an inconsistent look to the storefronts in the mall.By the 1990s, anchor tenants for the mall were Sears, Canada Safeway and Super Valu, giving the mall the unusual distinction of having two major grocery stores. The Super Valu closed in the mid-1990s as its owner retired the brand in favor of big-box Real Canadian Superstore locations, and the spot was filled by a succession of retailers until work began on a major mall renovation at the end of the 1990s.

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Address: 1632 – 14 Avenue NW

Location: Calgary,  Alberta,  Canada

Official site: http://northhillcentre.com

Size: 20 000  m² (215 278.2  ft²)

Opened: 1958

Nb of stores: 100+

Nb of floors: 1

Anchor tenants: 2

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North Hill Centre –

North Hill Centre is a shopping mall in Calgary. Alberta. The mall was opened in June 1958 and was Western Canada's largest shopping mall at the time. It was also Calgary's first ever shopping mall, as well as the first Calgary store to offer late-night shopping. The original anchor tenant was Simpsons-Sears.The original design for the mall called for an exterior strip mall design with a covered walkway.The first major renovation to the mall occurred in 1973. The mall expanded to include twenty more stores, and an enclosed mall area was constructed amongst the existing stores. The design called for a central corridor with irregularly sized columns and ceiling heights, presenting an inconsistent look to the storefronts in the mall.By the 1990s, anchor tenants for the mall were Sears, Canada Safeway and Super Valu, giving the mall the unusual distinction of having two major grocery stores. The Super Valu closed in the mid-1990s as its owner retired the brand in favor of big-box Real Canadian Superstore locations, and the spot was filled by a succession of retailers until work began on a major mall renovation at the end of the 1990s.

Activities nearby

Park and square or garden
Stadium
School and university
Spa and swimming pools

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