Tropicana City Mall
Neon signs of Tropicana City mall at night
|Location||Damansara Utama, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia|
|Opening date||December 18, 2008|
|Developer||Tropicana Corporation Sdn Bhd (formerly known as Dijaya Corporation Berhad)|
|Owner||CapitaMalls Malaysia Trust berhad|
|No. of stores and services||1 hypermarket and 200 retail lots|
|No. of floors||4|
Tropicana City Mall is a mixed-used buildings which consists of shopping malls, an office block and condominiums. This building is located in Damansara Utama, a suburb in the northern part of Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia and located near Damansara Link of Sprint Expressway. It was officially opened on December 18, 2008 by Dijaya Corporation Berhad (Currently known as Tropicana Corporation Sdn Bhd).
On 26 Jan 2015, CapitaMalls Malaysia trust (CMMT) announced the acquisition of Tropicana City Mall and its office tower for RM540 Million.
This mall consists of more than 200 retail lots, coffeehouses and restaurants. At the opening, the main anchor for this mall was Carrefour (now known as ÆON BiG, a subsidiary of Japanese retail company, Æon Group) while other anchors are Toys R Us and Borders Bookstore. Golden Screen Cinemas; the main cinema of Tropicana City Malls was opened on July 2009. On February 2010, Pos Malaysia officially opened its post office in this mall and it was the 100th post office to be opened in Malaysia.
The mall previously operated a shuttle bus service with an hourly / two hourly frequency on a daily basis to opposite Kelana Jaya LRT Station.
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