Shopping City Süd

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Shopping City Süd
Shopping City Süd logo.svg
LocationVösendorf, Austria
Coordinates48°6′30″N 16°19′1″E / 48.10833°N 16.31694°E / 48.10833; 16.31694Coordinates: 48°6′30″N 16°19′1″E / 48.10833°N 16.31694°E / 48.10833; 16.31694
Address
  • Shopping City Süd
  • 2334 Vösendorf
Opening date1976 (1976)
DeveloperHans Dujsik
OwnerUnibail-Rodamco-Westfield
No. of stores and services330
Total retail floor area192,500 square metres (2,100,000 sq ft)
No. of floors2 (main levels)
Parking10,000
Websitewww.scs.at
SCS Bürocenter office building (left) and IKEA Vösendorf (right). Photo taken in August 2007.

The Shopping City Süd (SCS) is a shopping centre located in Vösendorf and Wiener Neudorf, south of Vienna, Austria.

With a leasable area of 173,000 square metres,[1] it is the biggest shopping mall in Austria. It contains over 330 shops and has around 4,500 employees.[when?]

In December 2007, the SCS was sold for €607 million[2] to French real estate company Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield, which also owns the Donauzentrum.

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  • Opened 22 September 1976
  • The first IKEA store in Austria (IKEA Vösendorf) opened at SCS in 1977
  • Complete renovation and rebranding in 2012[3]

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The light rail station Vösendorf SCS of the Badner Bahn is located right in front of SCS. In addition, SCS is located just beside the junction of the Süd Autobahn (A2) and the Wiener Neustädter Straße (B17).

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