Taipei City Mall
Taipei City Mall (Chinese: 台北地下街; pinyin: Táiběi Dìxiàjiē) is a shopping center located at the intersection of the Daan and Zhongzheng districts in Taipei, Taiwan. It is the first underground markets in Taipei City. It is located under Civic Boulevard (市民大道 Shìmín Dàdào), Section 1.
It is about 825 meters long, and has 28 exits/entrances, 14 each on the north and south sides. It is connected with Taipei Main Station of the Taipei Metro, Taipei Station of the Taiwan Railway Administration, and the Shin Kong Life Tower. At the west end of the market is Beimen Station. There are a total of 187 shops in the market.
The first floor underground consists of shops, while the second floor underground is a parking lot. The mall is divided up into 3 main sections: clothing, electronics, and food.
- October 1992: Taipei City Government decided to demolish the Chunghwa Market (中華商場 Zhōnghuá Shāngchǎng).
- 29 March 2000: Taipei City Mall was opened with shops made available for 810 of the original tenants of the demolished market.
- 15 March 2004: The Station Front Metro Mall was re-opened, allowing the rest of the 254 tenants of the original Chunghwa Market to open for business there.
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