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Conestoga Mall, Waterloo

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Conestoga Mall is a shopping mall located at 550 King Street North in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Located at King Street's interchange with the Conestoga Parkway, it is the largest shopping centre in Waterloo, and third-largest in Waterloo Region. The mall is owned and operated by the shopping centre development company Ivanhoe Cambridge, which is a principal real estate subsidiary of Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec.Conestoga Mall has over 130 stores and services. Food Court featuring 14 vendors and a Galaxy Cinema. Anchor tenants include Hudson's Bay, Zehrs, Galaxy Cinemas, Winners, Sport Chek, and Old Navy. The mall, built in 1978, was one of the only buildings on this section of King Street. Since it opened, the mall has been expanded several times, and has contributed to the retail success of this area. Several big box retailers have opened on King Street North around the mall.RedevelopmentConestoga Mall underwent a major $75 million redevelopment project. The project began in mid-2006, and was completed in the spring of 2010. Details of the project include a 130000sqft expansion on the south end of the property (recently completed), a renovation and upgrade to the existing building (under construction), a new 700-seat food court with a new south end mall entrance (under construction), and a pedestrian-friendly façade.
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  • The mall located on King Street Waterloo, few kilometers away from uptown Waterloo, nice parking, near the opening soon transit train, nice shopping experience, small yet a nice eating food court and ...  more »
  • Conestoga Mall has the usual shops with just one anchor store The Bay, Target moved out a year or so ago. The eating area has been a welcome change to what they used to have although a pizza vendor wo...  more »
  • Conestoga Mall is one of the better malls Waterloo Region. It has a nice selection of stores that cover a wide variety of shopping needs including a Zehrs, HMV, H&M, Bell Store, Winners, Old Navy, The...  more »
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  • I love Conestoga Mall. Partly because there are only two malls within the vicinity of the universities and The Shops is mostly vacant. Conestoga Mall is great for grocery shopping, window shopping in the variety of clothing stores, eating discounted sushi from the Food Court after 5PM or watching a movie. They now have free WiFi so I don't have to stand outside the Apple Store. I also like that they have promotions and displays throughout the year. The most notable one is the non-perishable and canned food structures. It's also really easy to access since it is a bus terminal.
  • Lots of stores to choose from for shopping. Washroom facilities are up to date and quite clean. The food court area has a lot of seating, spacious and some good choices of food, including healthy food.
  • This mall was renovated and "modernized" a few years ago but it is still way too small and conservative, considering it is the only one serving a rapidly growing city and increasingly younger, urban professional demographic. Also, the stores are very ho-hum and conservative. The mall could use some pizazz, with some thought given to making it a lighter, brighter, greener space, including plants and in-door trees, some areas with solariums (always good in wintery cities), and better eating options, dine-in and food court. If it doesn't shape up soon, it will lose its customers to on-line shopping completely!
  • Really good and specific recycling program in their food court haha. Good on ya for being environmentally conscious!
  • I come here fairly frequently. The mall has all the basic things you need groceries, clothes, pharmacy. Best place for lunch Imo is Burben Grill, I occasion Eb games and teavana.