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Pickering Town Centre, Pickering

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  • This is a nice, clean mall. The major stores are Sears and the Bay. Access off highway 401. Always lots of parking. This mall is pretty empty. Maybe cause it's in a small town. My favourite store in t...  more »
  • Pickering Mall is an excellent place to shop. It is surrounded by a variety of places to dine as well as having a cinema complex. If you want Italian, East Side Marios is right within the mall. Have f...  more »
  • A Modern Mall. Shop of all kinds. It has a feel of being in New York City or LA. No need to travel to the big city core to get what you need. High End boutiques to everyday shopping. Food court and Mo...  more »
  • There are always problems in this mall. Almost all malls been getting renovated and nothing gets done here. Needs more popular stores and a new look. I only like the selection of food in the food court although it can look nicer, and also how nice the customer service for the mall are (they are always so nice when i go top up my presto card, or ask for directions to stores)
  • Very close by. A good variety of stores and never really busy in the mall. Only real difficulty is finding a parking spot near the front from Kingston. Overall, good selection.
  • A smaller but decent mall. Doesn't run to high-end stores the way Oshawa Center does with the exception of the new Sak's Off 5th, but has some good basics. The H&M used to be quite small and very sparse, but was recently complete redone and can now easily compete with the other, bigger stores in terms of stock. The food court is pretty basic in terms of restaurants, however the seating area is huge and insanely loud due to the acoustics no matter how many people are there. Overall the mall is very clean and well-maintained, if a bit small.
  • Good little mall, has most everything you might need. Lots of hair salons/barber shops, a decent number of clothing stores and a versatile food court. Its usually very clean inside and they have done numerous renovations over the years which have modernised the look.
  • Nice mall. Crappy stores especially for men. Food court offers ok selection. Over all nice appearance but lots of empty spaces. Needs work