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Dream Centres Tamarack - Southeast Edmonton's Newest Shopping Location

Oct 15 2014 | Dream Development

Blog Image Dream Centre, the commercial division of Dream Development, has begun construction on Dream Centres Tamarack, southeast Edmonton’s newest shopping district.

Scheduled to open in mid-2015, the new mall located east of 17th Street and Maple Road will service the retail needs of destination shoppers and residents of the surrounding areas.

Dream Centres Tamarack is the latest retail development adding to a long list of amenities near Maple Crest. In addition to the great selection of stores and services already available at RioCan Meadows, just across the street, Dream Centres Tamarack will introduce some great brand name retailers, including Walmart, Shoppers Drug Mark, Rogers, Tim Horton’s, Goodlife Fitness and Liquor Depot.

The Best Area Amenities
Dream Development is committed to providing families with the best possible lifestyle in their communities. In Maple Crest, this means spectacular, natural amenities and ravine paths inside the community along with great schools and shopping just minutes from home. And, just five minutes down the road is Edmonton’s newest, state of the art, sports and wellness facility, The Meadows Recreation Centre.

The Meadows Recreation Centre Coming Soon
Scheduled to open before the end of 2014, The Meadows Recreation Centre will be a central hub for community recreation. It features two swimming pools, a diving pool and waterslide, twin arenas, fitness and exercise facilities, tennis courts, football fields, baseball diamonds and a public library.