Pakuwon Mall

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Pakuwon Mall
Pakuwon Mall logo
Pakuwon Trade Centre Ekspansi (30632349775).jpg
Pakuwon Mall in Western Surabaya
LocationSurabaya, East Java, Indonesia
Coordinates7°17′22.5″S 112°40′30.4″E / 7.289583°S 112.675111°E / -7.289583; 112.675111Coordinates: 7°17′22.5″S 112°40′30.4″E / 7.289583°S 112.675111°E / -7.289583; 112.675111
AddressJalan Puncak Indah Lontar 2, Surabaya
Opening date2003 (Supermal)
2004 (PTC)
2017 (Pakuwon Mall)
2020 (PM Home Pro)
DeveloperPakuwon Jati
OwnerPakuwon Group
No. of stores and services300+
No. of anchor tenants22
Total retail floor area200,000 m2
No. of floors6
Parking5,000 cars
Public transit accessSuroboyo bus (vector).svg Halte PTC

Pakuwon Mall (formerly Supermal Pakuwon Indah, abbreviated SPI) is a shopping mall in Surabaya, Indonesia. It is the largest mall in Indonesia with a net leasable area of 200,000 m2.[1] This mall is connected with Pakuwon Trade Center (PTC). It is on Jalan Puncak Indah Lontar at Pakuwon Indah Superblock complex at 30-hectare land area, at the CBD of West Surabaya. At the top of Pakuwon Mall, there are four tower apartments, which are called Orchard and Tanglin Tower, Anderson and Benson Tower, and there are two condominium towers called La Riz and La Viz. La Viz is still under construction. Also, there are 2 hotels right above this mall, The Westin and Four Points by Sheraton. This mall was first opened in November 2003 by PT Pakuwon Jati Tbk, two years after Pakuwon Group opened Tunjungan Plaza 4. Pakuwon Mall has six floors, while Pakuwon Trade Center has only three.

On 22 February 2017, Pakuwon Mall (expansion of Supermal Pakuwon Indah) officially opened, and Pakuwon Group changed the mall name from "Supermal Pakuwon Indah" into "Pakuwon Mall".[2] Pakuwon Mall - Pakuwon Trade Center was claimed by Pakuwon to be the biggest mall in Indonesia with the net (retail) leaseable area of 180,000+20,000 m2.(including PM Home Pro) [3]


Best Retail Development (Indonesia Property Awards 2017)[4]

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  1. ^ Aditiya, Iip M. "5 Mal Terbesar di Indonesia, No. 1 bukan di Jakarta!". (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2021-03-30.
  2. ^ "Properties". Archived from the original on 2017-10-27. Retrieved 2017-10-27.
  3. ^ "JPNN". 28 February 2017.
  4. ^ "Pakuwon Surabaya - Residential on Instagram: "Congratulations to @pakuwonmallsby for winning the Best Retail Development, awarded by Indonesia Property Award 2017, the region's biggest and most respected real estate award program"".

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