SM City Olongapo Central

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SM City Olongapo Central
SM City Olongapo Central.jpg
LocationRizal Avenue, Brgy. East Tapinac, Olongapo City, Zambales, Philippines 2200
Opening dateSeptember 13, 2019; 4 months ago (2019-09-13)
DeveloperSM Prime Holdings
ManagementSM Prime Holdings
OwnerHenry Sy, Sr.
ArchitectJose Siao Ling and Associates
Total retail floor area72,940 m2 (785,100 sq ft)[1]
No. of floors
  • Main Mall: 4
  • Car Park: 3
Parking1500 slots

SM City Olongapo Central is a shopping mall owned and operated by SM Prime Holdings, the largest mall owner and operator in the Philippines. It is the second SM Supermall in Zambales and the second SM Supermall in Olongapo City after SM City Olongapo Downtown. It is the largest SM Mall in Zambales in terms of floor area, with 72,940 m2 (785,100 sq ft)[1]

SM City Olongapo Central Complex[edit]

Mall Building[edit]

SM City Olongapo Central anchor stores are SM Supermarket, The SM Store, SM Appliances, Ace Hardware, Banco de Oro, Chinabank, Our Home, Surplus, Uniqlo, Miniso, National Book Store, Watsons, Sports Central, Cyberzone and SM Foodcourt. It also features 6 state-of-the-art digital cinemas equipped with advanced laser projection system and high-end spectator seats with comfortable Opus chairs from world-class spectator seats manufacturer Ferco Seating.[2]

Car Park and SMX Convention Center[edit]

Car Park Building has a three-level parking lot. The building is connected to the main mall.

SMX Convention Center Olongapo offers 5 function rooms and 7 meeting rooms, totaling 2,130 square meters of leasable space that can accommodate anything from an audience of 2,000 to an exclusive conference for 10. It is located at the fourth floor of SM City Olongapo Central commercial complex.[3]

Civic Center and Transportation Terminal[edit]

Multi-Modal Transportation Terminal

Marikit Park[edit]

One of the earliest parks of Olongapo, it has become famous in its time.


See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b "Investor relations" (PDF). Retrieved 2020-01-01.
  2. ^ Cayabyab, Charlene A. (September 16, 2019). "Olongapo mall opens cinema with latest technology". Sunstar.
  3. ^ "SMX Olongapo". SMXconventioncenter.
Preceded by
SM Center Ormoc
73rd SM Supermall
Succeeded by
SM Center Dagupan