Metrocentro Managua

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Metrocentro Managua
Hotel Inter-Continental Metrocentro.jpg
LocationManagua, Nicaragua
Coordinates12°07′41″N 86°15′53″W / 12.12806°N 86.26472°W / 12.12806; -86.26472Coordinates: 12°07′41″N 86°15′53″W / 12.12806°N 86.26472°W / 12.12806; -86.26472
Opening date1974
DeveloperGrupo Roble
ManagementGrupo Roble
OwnerGrupo Roble
No. of stores and services120
No. of anchor tenants3
Total retail floor area50,000 m2 (540,000 sq ft)
No. of floors3

Metrocentro Managua is a shopping center in Managua, Nicaragua, developed and operated by the salvadorean Grupo Roble. The shopping center is home to 120 stores, a food court, a supermarket and a movie theater.


The construction of the first phase of the shopping center was finished in 1974. Due to the war, further development was halted until 1998 when it was renovated and extended with more store space and the building of the four-star Hotel Real InterContinental Metrocentro Managua.

In 2004, a third renovation took place, adding more than 25,000 m2 (270,000 sq ft) of new commercial space and a two-level parking space.[1][2]