Centro Santa Fe

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Coordinates: 19°21′45″N 99°16′20″W / 19.362383°N 99.272235°W / 19.362383; -99.272235

Centro Santa Fe during 2012 expansion. Main anchors left to right: El Palacio de Hierro, Saks Fifth Avenue, Sanborns and Liverpool. The new Sears wing is under construction at the right

Centro Santa Fe (English: Santa Fe Center or Santa Fe Mall), often incorrectly named "Centro Comercial Santa Fe",[1] is a large enclosed shopping mall in the Santa Fe area of Cuajimalpa, Mexico City,[2] approximately 562,501 square metres (6,054,710 sq ft) in size. Centro Santa Fe[3] is the largest shopping center in Mexico, 128,367 square metres (1,381,731 sq ft) costing 270 billion old Mexican pesos (270 million current pesos).[4]

Within the Centro Santa Fe, two floors above the Sears wing are separately branded as Vía Santa Fe, containing mid-luxury clothing retailers (e.g. Salvatore Ferragamo, La Martina, Dolce & Gabanna), a Cinemex "Platinum" luxury multi-cinema, Casa Palacio (home store run by El Palacio de Hierro, and Mexico's first Apple Store.[5]

Anchors in the main mall are El Palacio de Hierro, Liverpool, Sanborns, Sears, and Saks Fifth Avenue department stores, and a Chedraui Select hypermarket.

As a whole, the mall has about 500 stores in total, a corporate office tower and a 450-room hotel.[6]

As of 2012 the center as a whole had about 1,500,000 visitors per month or 20 million per year.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Example: Google Maps
  2. ^ "Localización." Centro Santa fe. Retrieved on June 27, 2015. "Centro Santa Fe Av. Vasco de Quiroga 3800, Delegación Cuajimalpa, Col. Antigua Mina La Totolapa, 05109 Ciudad de Mexico, D.F."
  3. ^ "Centro Santa Fe Official Information".
  4. ^ Currículum: Año 1993 [Résumé: Year 1993] (in Spanish), CAABSA, archived from the original on 2013-10-06, retrieved 2013-10-05
  5. ^ ["Platinum" Vía Santa Fe official website]
  6. ^ a b Luz Elena Mota Rodríguez (2012-07-28), "Centro Comercial más grande de AL, en Santa Fe" [Largest shopping center in Latin America (is) in Santa Fe], Barrio, archived from the original on 2013-10-06

External links[edit]

Official website