SM City Fairview

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SM City Fairview
SM City Fairview logo
"We've got it all for you!"
"The view just got better!"
Location Philippines Quirino Highway corner Regalado Avenue & Beltfast Avenue, Brgy. Greater Lagro & Brgy. Pasong Putik, Novaliches, Quezon City, Philippines
Opening date
  • Main Mall: October 24, 1997
  • Annex One: May 24, 2004
  • Annex Two: January 15, 2009
Developer SM Prime Holdings
Management SM Prime Holdings
Architect Palafox & Associates (old main building)
Point Design Inc. (renovations & annex)
No. of stores and services 500 shops and restaurants
No. of anchor tenants 22
Total retail floor area 188,681 m2 (2,030,950 sq ft)
No. of floors
  • Main Bldg.: 4
  • Annex One: 2
  • Annex Two: 3
Parking 2000+ cars
Website SM City Fairview Official Website

SM City Fairview is a large shopping mall in the Philippines owned and operated by SM Prime Holdings. It is located along Quirino Highway and Regalado Avenue, Novaliches, Quezon City, Metro Manila. It is the second SM Supermall in Quezon City. It has a land area of 200,000 square metres (49 acres; 20 ha), a total gross floor area of approximately 188,681 m2 (2,030,950 sq ft) and a total area of 220,000 m2 (2,400,000 sq ft), making it the 8th largest shopping mall of SM in the Philippines after SM Megamall, SM City North EDSA, SM Mall of Asia, SM City Cebu, SM Aura Premier, SM City Dasmariñas and SM Southmall in terms of total floor area. Although it is named after Brgy. Fairview, it is based in Lagro area.

History and mall features[edit]

SM City Fairview signage

SM City Fairview is a part of the SM mall triplets designed by Palafox and Associates --- a concept that was employed by SM at the height of Asian Financial Crisis, of building 3 shopping malls in different areas under one design template. Thus, the mall's exterior facade and interior has similarities to SM City Bacoor and SM City Iloilo. The mall was opened in October 1997 and underwent expansions in 2004 and 2009.

The mall consists of a rectangular-shaped building and an outdoor parking. The mall features anchors like SM Department Store, SM Supermarket, SM Hypermarket and SM Cinemas. It also features other anchors like National Bookstore, Watsons Personal Care Store, Our Home, Surplus Shop, SM Appliance Center and Ace Builders Center. Subsequent annex constructions and renovations were designed by Point Design and JRP Design Inc.

SM City Fairview has 4 major tenant zones. The SM Foodcourt on the Lower Ground Floor of the Main Building, SM Cyberzone at the Third Level of the Main Building and the Health and Wellness Zones. The first Health and Wellness zone is located on the Lower Ground Floor of the Annex 2. The second Health and Wellness Zone is located at the Second floor of the Main building and was launched on July 16, 2010 after the opening of the Cyberzone.

In 2013, another redevelopment has began and new tenants like Forever 21 and Uniqlo replaced the vacants of Toy Kingdom, Sports Center, Oxygen, and other tenants. The tenants were transferred to different vacancies around the mall and as of September 2014, Watsons will be transferring to Cinderella and Bench will transfer to Annex 1. SM Storyland was closed on March 2014 and replaced by another SM Cyberzone that was recently open on September 1, 2014. It host some tenants like Power Mac Center, CDR King, Oppo, Lenovo, HP, Cherry Mobile, and other tenants. There are plans to have another building beside Annex 2 where IMAX will be placed here.

SM City Fairview offers free Wi-Fi connectivity within its premises.

Major anchors[edit]

SM City Fairview Annex 2

Minor anchors[edit]

Major tenant zones[edit]

  • SM Foodcourt
  • SM Cyberzone (2)
  • Health and Wellness Zone (2)

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Preceded by
SM City Bacoor
7th SM Supermall
1997
Succeeded by
SM City Iloilo

Coordinates: 14°44′01″N 121°03′31″E / 14.733691°N 121.058492°E / 14.733691; 121.058492