Lawson Heights Suburban Centre

About this neighbourhood

Found in Saskatoon’s popular and maturing north end, Lawson Heights Suburban Centre is a neighbourhood where high-density residential and major commercial development come together, with a modest population of about 1,500 people. Townhouses and apartment-style condos are the housing options here, with an average home price of just over $320,000.

Bishop James Mahoney High School and Bishop James Park comprise the eastern border of the neighbourhood along Primrose Drive. A shopping mall complex, several satellite shopping strip malls, Lawson Civic Centre, high school, parks, apartments and condominiums are nestled within a residential neighbourhood set out in a court system layout. Bethany Tower, Bethany Villa and Primrose Chateau are senior residences located here.

The Mall at Lawson Heights at the intersection of Warman Road and Primrose Drive is the community's primary commercial hub. Built in the early 1980s, it was notable for being the first Saskatoon mall to feature a food court (all of the city's other malls later added ones of their own). The area also has an assortment of standalone and strip-mall commercial development.


• Lawson Heights Mall, Primrose Plaza, Lawson Heights Civic Centre, Rusty MacDonald Library & Saskatoon Kinsmen/Henk Ruys Soccer Centre
Bishop James Mahoney School
• 70+ Acres of Parkland - Umea Vast Park, Bishop James P. Mahoney Park & Umea Park

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