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. Townhouse and apartment-style condos are the housing styles of choice here, with an average home price of just over $251,000.
Primarily composed of commercial development, amenities are the number one thing Lawson Heights has to offer. Lawson Heights Mall is the area’s major shopping centre, boasting almost everything you could need, including groceries, shopping, restaurants, banking, and more. Primrose Plaza around the corner also offers much of the same, while almost everything else can be found throughout the rest of the neighbourhood, from doctors to bakeries, and more.
In terms of lifestyle and recreation, Lawson Heights Suburban Centre is bursting with opportunity, as well! Over 70 acres of park space can be found in the neighbourhood, as well as the Lawson Civic Centre, Saskatoon Kinsmen/Henk Ruys Soccer Centre, and Rusty MacDonald Library. A number of churches can also be found here, as well as Catholic secondary education at the Bishop James Mahoney High School, and Legacy Christian Academy—a K-12 Qualified Independent School.