SM City Taytay

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Coordinates: 14°33′55″N 121°8′24″E / 14.56528°N 121.14000°E / 14.56528; 121.14000

SM City Taytay
SM City Taytay logo.png
"We've got it all for you!"
"Home of the Most Exciting Events in Rizal"
Location Manila North Rd., Taytay, Rizal
Opening date November 9, 2007
Management SM Prime Holdings
Owner Henry Sy, Sr.
No. of stores and services 200 shops
No. of anchor tenants 7
Total retail floor area 91,920 m2 (989,400 sq ft)
No. of floors 3
Parking 1,000 cars
Website SM City Taytay Official Website

SM City Taytay is a shopping mall owned and developed by SM Prime Holdings. It is located in the municipality of Taytay, Rizal which is recognized as the "Garments Capital of the Philippines" and now also the home of the "First SM Supermall in the Province in Rizal."[1] The mall consists of two buildings connected by a bridgeway. It is the 29th mall of SM with a complete array of anchor and junior anchor stores that offer its customers variety of choices. Thus, it is considered as a one-stop shop destination.

The mall has a gross floor area (GFA) of 91,920 m2 (989,400 sq ft) and stands on 38,525 m2 (414,680 sq ft) of land. SM City Taytay has a leasable area of 42,459 m2 (457,020 sq ft) and has as its main tenants SM Department Store, SM Hypermarket, a food court, and three cinemas.

SM City Taytay is also an ideal place and stopover for weary travelers specially those coming from Laguna via the Marikina-Infanta Road. Mall hours are from 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM.

Interior and exterior[edit]

The two-building mall was connected by a sky bridge. In building A, you can find the main food chains, SM Department Store, the food court, SM Appliances and garment shops. Building B is home to three cinemas (one digital), gadget shops, other food chains, Watson, World of Fun, Event Center and the Hypermart. This is the stop over for travelers from Laguna and Antipolo itself, after SM City Masinag.


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Preceded by
SM City Bacolod
29th SM Supermall
Succeeded by
SM Center Muntinlupa