List of largest shopping malls in the Philippines

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This article lists the largest shopping malls in the Philippines by gross floor area.

SM Prime Holdings[1] is the largest shopping retail operator in the Philippines with 56 operating malls totaling a gross floor area of 4.5 million square meters nationwide.

Malls by gross leasable area[edit]

  One of the world's top ten largest malls upon completion
# Mall Image Location Gross floor area Opened Number of shops
1 SM City North EDSA SMNotrthjf1943 02.JPG Quezon City 497,213 m²[2] 1985 1000+
2 SM Megamall The Megamall at Ortigas Center Manila.jpg Mandaluyong 474,225 m²[3] 1991 900+
3 SM Mall of Asia SM Mall of Asia main facade.jpg Pasay 432,891 m² 2006 600+
4 SM Seaside City Cebu SM Seaside City Cebu.jpg Cebu City 429,971 m²[4] 2015 447
5 Festival Alabang Ph=mm=muntinlupa=alabang=filinvest city=festival supermall -philippines--2015-0430--ls-.jpg Muntinlupa 400,000 m²[5] 1998 1,300+
6 SM City Cebu Sm Mall Cebu.jpg Cebu City 273,804 m² 1993 500+
7 SM Southmall The facade of SM Southmall.jpg Las Piñas 252,653 m² 1995 450+
T-8 Greenbelt Greenbelt5.JPG Makati 250,000 m² 1991 300+
T-8 Glorietta Glo12facade.jpg Makati 250,000 m² 1991 400+
9 Ayala Center Cebu Cebu's Ayala Center.jpg Cebu City 245,000 m² 1994 800+
10 Gaisano Mall of Davao Gmall2015.jpg Davao City 240,605 m² 1997 700+
11 Robinsons Place Manila Robinson3335jf.JPG Manila 240,000 m² 1995 400+
12 Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall.png Cainta 230,000 m² 1991 300+
13 Robinsons Galleria Robinsons Galleria, after 2nd renovation.jpg Quezon City 216,000 m² 1990
15 SM City Dasmariñas SM City Dasmariñas 2011.jpg Dasmariñas 201,645 m² 2004 400+
16 SM Aura Premier FvfGlobalFortCity0279 09.JPG Taguig 198,257 m² 2013 200+
17 TriNoma TriNoma.jpg Quezon City 195,000 m² 2007 550
18 SM City Fairview SM City Fairview signage-logo 2014-05-31 07-06.jpg Quezon City 184,242 m² 1997 500
19 SM City Iloilo SM City Iloilo Close Up View.jpg Iloilo City 181,657 m² 1999 500+
20 SM City Marikina SM City Marikina.jpg Marikina 178,178 m² 2008 400+
21 SM City San Lazaro Manila 176,159 m² 2005 500+
22 SM CDO Downtown Premier SM CDO Downtown Premier (Original Work).jpg Cagayan de Oro 169,894 m² 2017 200+
23 SM City Manila WTMP Foodtrippings A5.JPG Manila 161,107 m² 2000
24 KCC Mall de Zamboanga KCC Mall de Zamboanga.jpg Zamboanga City 162,000 m² 2015 250+
25 Starmall Alabang Muntinlupa 155,000 m² 2015
26 SM City Cabanatuan 3489SM City Cabanatuan 31.jpg Cabanatuan 154,020 m² 2015 300
27 SM Lanang Premier SM Lanang Premier 01.JPG Davao City 145,174 m² 2012 300
28 SM City Clark SM City Clark.jpg Angeles 144,484 m² 2006 420
29 SM City Lipa Lipa, Batangas 141,283 m² 2006 300+
30 SM City Bacolod SM City Bacolod.jpg Bacolod 137,229 m² 2007 300+
31 Limketkai Mall Limketkai Center Logo, Limketkai Mall East Facade.jpg Cagayan de Oro 135,000 m² 1991 500
32 Abreeza Davao City 134,102 m² 2011 360
33 SM City Sta. Mesa 04049jfDoroteo Mapa LRT Station Santa Cruz SM City Santa Mesa Magsaysay Boulevardfvf 15.jpg Quezon City 133,894 m² 1990 200+
34 SM City Pampanga Pampangajf9071 08.JPG San Fernando and Mexico 132,484 m² 2000 700+
35 SM City Davao Sm davao.JPG Davao City 126,425 m² 2001 296
36 SM City BF Parañaque FvfVMMC6274 17.JPG Parañaque 125,582 m² 2013 200+
37 Robinsons Metro East Ph=mm=pasig=marcos hwy.=dela paz=robinsons metroeast -philippines--2015-0523--ls- (01).jpg Pasig 121,000 m² 2001 400+
38 SM City Bacoor SM City Bacoor.JPG Bacoor. Cavite 120,202 m² 1997 400+
39 SM City Baliwag Smbaliuagjf333.JPG Baliuag, Bulacan 116,632 m² 1997 300+
40 SM City Santa Rosa SM City Santa Rosa (front).jpg Santa Rosa, Laguna 116,463 m² 2006 350+
41 SM City Bicutan Parañaque 114,214 m² 2002 350+
42 SM City San Jose Del Monte 07409jfExterior of the SM City San Jose Del Monte Bulacanfvf 10.jpg San Jose Del Monte 114,186 m² 2016 350+
43 SM City Baguio SM City Baguio Facade - Jan 22 2017.jpg Baguio 107,950 m² 2003 400+
44 SM City Consolacion Consolacion 103,558 m² 2012 300+
45 SM City Tarlac Tarlac City 101,369 m² 2010 150+
46 Evia Lifesyle Center Las Piñas 100,000 m² 201? 200+

Largest shopping malls by island group[edit]

Mall Location Gross floor area Opened Island group
SM Megamall Mandaluyong 506,373 1991 Luzon
SM Seaside City Cebu Cebu City 470,490 2015 Visayas
Gaisano Mall of Davao Davao City 240,605 1997 Mindanao

Timeline[edit]

Mall Location Years as largest Gross floor area
(upon becoming the new largest)
Notes Reference
SM Megamall Mandaluyong 1991–2006 New mall [6]
SM Mall of Asia Pasay 2006–2008 400,000 m² New mall [6][7]
SM City North EDSA Quezon City 2008–2011 425,000 m² By expansion [8]
SM Megamall Mandaluyong 2011–201? By expansion [6]
SM City North EDSA Quezon City 201?–2014 By expansion [6]
SM Megamall Mandaluyong 2014–2015 474,000 m²[note 1] By expansion [6]
SM City North EDSA Quezon City 2015– 498,000 m² By expansion [10]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ (Conflicting reports) Megamall reclaimed the distinction with the opening of the Mega Fashion Hall which reportedly is 150,000 m². The Fashion Fall adds to the current mall area which reportedly measures 392,000 m² at that time. The combined area would be 542,000 m² based from the reported figures.[6] A later report by Rappler in November 2015 gives a smaller figure saying that Megamall is just 474,000 m² but still the largest at the time of the report.[9] SM City North EDSA reclaimed the title in December 2015 with a reported new area of 498,000 m²

References[edit]

  1. ^ Matthieson, Romuald (1 September 2008). "11 Largest Shopping Malls in the World". BluePanjeet.net.
  2. ^ "SM Prime plans to continue developing SM North EDSA". BusinessMirror. 15 December 2015. Archived from the original on 20 August 2016.
  3. ^ Tantuco, Vernise (27 November 2015). "Touring the new SM Seaside City Cebu, PH 3rd biggest mall". Rappler. SM said that the largest mall is SM Megamall at 474,000 square meters, followed by SM North EDSA at 470,000 square meters.
  4. ^ "Biggest mall in Vis-Min, SM Seaside City Cebu, opens November 27". Interaksyon. 26 November 2015.
  5. ^ "Filinvest Land, Incorporated 2017 Annual Report" (PDF). filinvestland.com.
  6. ^ a b c d e f Marquez, Francine (28 January 2014). "Megamall reclaims record for biggest mall in the Philippines with opening of SM Fashion Hall, January 28". Interaksyon.
  7. ^ "Henry Sy Sr.'s vision turns into a landmark". Philippine Daily Inquirer. 6 October 2014.
  8. ^ Austria, Jennifer (12 December 2008). "SM North EDSA dethrones Mall of Asia as RP's biggest". Manila Standard. Archived from the original on 14 December 2008.
  9. ^ Tantuco, Vernise (27 November 2015). "Touring the new SM Seaside City Cebu, PH 3rd biggest mall". Rappler.
  10. ^ Loyola, James (14 December 2015). "SM North EDSA: SM's first and biggest shopping mall after 30 years". Manila Bulletin. Archived from the original on 5 March 2016.