Centro Comercial Santafé

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Centro Comercial Santafé
Santafe Mall in north Bogota.jpg
Location Bogotá,
Coordinates 4°45′43.03″N 74°2′47.40″O
Address Autopista Norte con Calle 183
Opening date May 2006.
No. of stores and services 485
No. of anchor tenants 3
No. of floors 4
Parking 3200

The Centro Comercial Santafé (English: Santafé Shopping Center) is a mall located in the city of Bogotá, Colombia. It is the fourth largest shopping mall in Colombia (the first largest is Centro Mayor in Bogotá), and the fifth in Latin America, surpassed by Leste Aricanduva Mall in São Paulo, Brazil.[1] Opened on May 13, 2006. It is 250,000 square meters, or about 2,700,000 square feet (250,000 m2) in area. The mall has 485 shops, including an open foodcourt with 26 restaurants that has a seating for 1,500 persons. The mall also has 10 cinemas, 3,200 parking stalls, and an auditorium.

The mall is in the neighborhood of Suba, which is in northeastern Bogotá on the North Highway on 183 street. The mall has access by bus from the municipalities surrounding the city and along the route system of TransMilenio from the Portal North, "2.1 Mirandela."

The mall is divided into six squares, which are the Venezuela Plaza, Colombia Plaza, Ecuador Plaza, Peru Plaza, France Plaza, and Italy Plaza. It has 3 floors and two lower levels for parking.

The larger stores in the complex are Jumbo_(hypermarkets) (in Plaza Francia), Falabella (in Plaza Italia), and the Cine Colombia and Zara. The complex also includes a wide selection of restaurants.

Another Santafé Commercial Center was opened in Medellin on May 2010.

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Coordinates: 4°45′43″N 74°02′47″W / 4.76194°N 74.04639°W / 4.76194; -74.04639