Abeno Cues Town

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Abeno Cues Town
Location Abeno-ku, Osaka, Japan
Coordinates 34°38′41.90″N 135°30′41.70″E / 34.6449722°N 135.5115833°E / 34.6449722; 135.5115833Coordinates: 34°38′41.90″N 135°30′41.70″E / 34.6449722°N 135.5115833°E / 34.6449722; 135.5115833
Address Abenosuji
Opening date April 26, 2011 (2011-04-26)
Developer Tokyu Land Corporation
Management Tokyu Land SC Management Corporation
No. of stores and services 320
No. of anchor tenants 3 (Ito Yokado, Tokyu Hands, Shibuya 109 Abeno)[1]
Total retail floor area 69,000 m2 (740,000 sq ft)[2]
No. of floors 8
(6 on the ground and 2 underground)
Website viaabenowalk.jp
qs-mall.jp/abeno/

Abeno Cues Town (あべのキューズタウン?) is the name of the Abeno A1 Area Urban Redevelopment Project A2 Building (阿倍野A1地区第二種市街地再開発事業A2棟 Abeno A1 Chiku Dainishu Shigaichi Saikaihatsu Jigyō A2 Tō?) in Abeno-ku, Osaka, Japan.

Overview[edit]

Abeno Cues Town consists of Via Abeno Walk (ViaあべのWalk?) and Abeno Q's Mall (あべのキューズモール?, formerly Abeno Market Park Q's Mall (あべのマーケットパーク Q's Mall?) till September 30, 2013). Via Abeno Walk is the area for the local tenants, and Q's Mall is the area the specific architect, Tokyu Land Corporation, manages.[2] The area opened on April 26, 2011.

This shopping area is connected to Tennoji Station operated by Osaka Municipal Subway by the underground passage. The area is connected to the pedestrian bridge (pre-opened on February 1, 2012, and completed on April 24, 2013[3]) via the Abeno A1 Area Urban Redevelopment Project A1-2 Building (Abeno nini) opened on February 1, 2012 along with the elevated walkway between Cues Town and Abeno nini.[4] The other passage was opened on March 15, 2014 to connect to Abeno Station on the Osaka Municipal Subway Tanimachi Line.[5]

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Surrounding area[edit]

Abeno-ku[edit]

  • Abeno Urban Redevelopment Project
    • Abeno Lucias (A1-1 Building)
    • Abeno nini (A1-2 Building) - connection with the elevated walkway
    • Abeno Gran Tour (A3 Building)
    • Abeno Belta (B1 Building)
  • Abenobashi Terminal Building
  • Hoop
  • and
  • Shinjuku Building
  • Shinjuku Gochiso Building
  • Abeno Center Building (Abeno Festa)
  • Abeno Apollo
  • Echo Across Building (Animate)

Tennoji-ku[edit]

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