Midtown Plaza in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan offers office and retail tenants prime locations and the most progressive property management and services available.
In the sixties Midtown Plaza mall was built on the site of the city's old railway station as part of a major inner city redevelopment. At the same time construction of a freeway, the Senator Sid Buckwold Bridge, and TCU Place, a major arts-convention complex, was completed.
In 1990, Midtown Plaza underwent a major expansion adding a second level and a food court where the old Dominion grocery store was located. The outside also received a major facelift to make it more closely resemble the former rail station it had replaced.
In the eighties, a satellite mall, Midtown Village, opened to the west of the mall, featuring boutique businesses. It has since been demolished to make way for additional parking.
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