SM City Rosales

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SM City Rosales
SM City Rosales logo
"We've got it all for you!"
"Lifestyle shopping, begins here at Rosales!"
Location MacArthur Highway, Barangay Carmen East, Rosales, Pangasinan, Philippines
Opening date
  • Main mall:
    November 28, 2008
  • Annex:
    May 15, 2009
  • Re-opening:
    November 26, 2009
Developer SM Prime Holdings
Management SM Prime Holdings
Owner Henry Sy, Sr.
No. of stores and services 200 shops and restaurants
No. of anchor tenants 8
Total retail floor area 60,898 m2 (655,500 sq ft)
Parking 700 cars
Website SM City Rosales Official Website

SM City Rosales is a shopping mall owned by SM Prime Holdings located along MacArthur Highway in barangay Carmen East, Rosales, Pangasinan. It is the first SM Supermall in the province of Pangasinan. It has a land area of 121,685 m2 (1,309,810 sq ft) and a total gross floor area of 60,898 m2 (655,500 sq ft) with major anchors like the SM Department Store and the SM Hypermarket and junior anchors like the SM Appliance Center, National Book Store, Ace Hardware and Watsons.

Typhoon Parma devastation[edit]

On October 8, 2009, the mall was not spared from Typhoon Parma (2009)(Pepeng) as floodwaters entered the ground level of the mall. Merchandise and fixtures owned by the mall's anchor stores and tenants were swept away by the raging flood caused by torrential rains brought by the typhoon. Around 1,000 people, including a pregnant woman, were stranded inside the mall complex.[1] The mall's rooftop became a drop-off point for the rescue workers that were deployed to bring relief goods to the affected residents in the nearby areas.

Barely two months after being devastated, the shopping mall re-opened to the public on November 27, 2009.

Transportation[edit]

The mall contains a Public Transport Terminal, with vans, jeepney, and tricycle service to nearby areas. It also serves as a bus stop the inter-provincial bus lines, FiveStar, Victory Liner, Partas, Genesis, Viron Transit, Santrans, Dagupan Bus Company, De Leon Express and Amianan.

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Preceded by
SM City Marikina
32nd SM Supermall
2008
Succeeded by
SM City Baliwag