Trinity Centre

(The Mall Aberdeen)

A shopping centre located behind Union Street in the centre of Aberdeen, Trinity Centre sits over the southern section of the Den Burn Valley, which is now the route of Den Burn Road and the railway north from Aberdeen Station. It takes its name from the former Trinity Hall (1846 by John Smith) which lies adjacent and which was restored by a former anchor store, Littlewoods, as their restaurant. Littlewoods has now been replaced by Primark, facing onto Union Street, with Debenhams serving as the second anchor store. Opened in 1984, the centre extends to 15,640 sq. m (168,345 sq feet) and includes 28 retail units. It has entrances from Union Street, Bridge Street and Guild Street, together with underground parking for 408 cars on two levels.

For a brief period between 2006 and 2010 the Trinity Centre was renamed The Mall Aberdeen.

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