Historic Downtown Saskatoon Redevelopment Set to Attract Office and Retail Users

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301 was built in 1927 for MacDonalds Consolidated Inc. and later became the venue for an array of iconic Saskatoon establishments such as Trader’s Steak House, Casbah and Sliders. More recently, 301 was the EGADZ Youth Centre headquarters for 20 years before being purchased by Legacy Land Inc. The building was originally covered in cedar shingles; removal of these shingles revealed the true character of the building and solidified its status as a ‘hidden gem’ of ¬≠Saskatoon’s historic downtown.

301 has combined its iconic heritage look with a variety of modern aesthetics, creating a unique contrast, rare in the Saskatoon market. In 2014, the City of Saskatoon launched their Northern Downtown Master plan, outlining the City’s intention to create a new, vibrant neighborhood including a large central park to the north of 301.

With this new neighborhood coming to the north and the established bustle of Saskatoon’s current downtown to the south, 301 is perfectly located to take advantage of both areas. Combining the strategic location with the distinctive look and functionality, 301 provides limitless opportunities for retail, office, or restaurant users on any of its three floors.

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For More Information, Please Contact:

Keith Webb

Vice President | Sales Associate

Saskatoon

Keith works with Maxwell Lee, specializing in greenfield retail development, land assembly, leasing, and sales. He offers clients extensive knowledge with over 31 years of brokerage experience. 

Keith has used his Market knowledge to successfully lease over one (1) million square feet of Retail space within the Saskatchewan  Market.

Keith believes in honesty and reliability, his straightforward demeanor gives clients hard facts without fabrication. These characteristics have secured the trust of clients, leading to numerous successful transactions.

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