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Highland Square Mall

Highland Square Mall

45.577835843536, -62.666214108467

45.577835843536, -62.666214108467

Highland Square Mall

Retail Enclosed
Type of Centre
200,466 sq. feet
Leasable Area
1981
Year Opened
689 Westville Road
New Glasgow, Nova Scotia
B2H 2J6

Highland Square Mall is a community shopping centre and home to major retailers Winners, Michaels, Walmart, Canadian Tire, and Sport Chek. Along with other stores such as Great Canadian Dollar Store, Mark's and Reitmans, plus our strong local retailers, Highland Square is a shopping destination for Pictou County and surrounding areas.

Highland Square is located off exit 23 on the Westville Road, which is one of the main business and retail thoroughfares in the New Glasgow area. Directly across the street, two hotels are conveniently located along with a sidewalk for guests to easily travel to the mall on foot. With New Glasgow’s downtown core an easy 10 minute drive from the mall, the Westville Road area has always been a hub of New Glasgow.

https://www.highlandsquare.ca/

Number of Stores/Services
40
Number of Parking Spaces
2448
Major Intersection
Westville Road and Trans Canada Highway 104
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