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Lloyd D. Jackson Square

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Location type: Square
Location address: Canada
Number of texts: 1
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Lloyd D. Jackson Square, also known locally as Jackson Square, is an indoor shopping mall, and commercial complex located in the downtown core of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, which is named after Lloyd Douglas Jackson, who served as mayor of the city from 1950 to 1962. The civic square is located in the centre of the city, bounded by several major arterial roads: King Street (south), Bay Street (west), York Boulevard (north) and James Street (east), with the appointed address being 2 King Street West. The mall was officially opened in 1970 to much fanfare, followed by the completion of the Bank of Montreal Pavilion in 1972 and then the municipally famous Stelco Tower in 1973 and various other attractions throughout subsequent decades; thus serving as a center of community life in the region to this very day.

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