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Oshawa Centre, Oshawa

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
3.2/5 based on 25 reviews on the web
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  • The Oshawa shopping centre offers (almost) everything the heart desires and give the credit card. Clothing, shoes, jewelry, watches, electronics, and much more can be found in the center of a giant. The dimensions, it runs and it even registered as full, the stores are really. Fortunately, parking spaces are abundant.
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  • Took Day Trip to Oshawa. Did a little shopping. Great way to kill a Rainy Saturday. Was a good day exploring Oshawa Centre. Will go back in the future. 
  • The Oshawa Centre is our favorite place to stop when driving east. We meet family members at the food court for a snack and spend a few leisurely hours shopping and talking. The variety of stores and ...  read more »
  • I've been going here my entire life and have watched all the changes. They need more stores for sure but that will be done with the renovation. It should be beautiful when done. Once it's done this may go to four or five stars but at the moment, the selection isn't very good and mostly applies to girls, and farther than that, thinner girls. There are some great stores here. Always busy and needs a second escalator back. Needs more stores that interest more than one group of people. Needs more food places. Overall, not bad but nothing special.
  • This mall is in Oshawa, Ontario, with a Sear's facing the North end of the complex, designed in the classic 60's 70's brutalist archetecture of formed concrete, molded concrete and poured concrete. The building is big (as far as mass is concerned), and the sears connects to the main mall interior which is a nice escape from the power center strip malls that are too commonplace today. This mall gets a 4 star rating for being the only sizable mall within a 2 city radius. Although I prefer Yorkdale, Scarbourough Town Center and Pickering Towne Centre, there is alternative around. The stores are practically fully leased and operation stores open 7 days a week. Despite the lack of a few popular brand stores, it's a decent mall that is well maintained.
  • Great stores. Good prices. Good food court. Boutique people are annoying
  • I am actually liking how the Oshawa Centre is starting to look. Can't wait till the open up the new part that is still being worked on. I have read other reviews on here and just want to clarify one thing to anyone who hasn't been there for a while now. There are signs throughout the mall to show where you need to go if you are searching for a store. They are really cool touch screens now. All you do is touch them, look for the name of the store and tap it, and it will tell you where it is in the mall. I think that's really neat to have. As far as I know, to this date, the oshawa centre is the only Durham mall to have that available. If you haven't been there for quite a while, than you're missing out.
  • Just another mall. Good variety of stores, but can be hard to navigate, and all the construction is a pain. Parking is a nightmare. No great place to eat. All just overpriced mall cafeteria food.
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