SM Supermalls

SM Supermalls, owned by SM Prime Holdings, is a chain of shopping malls in the Philippines that as of December 2020 has 76 malls located across the country and 25 more scheduled to be opened for an eventual total of 101 malls.[1] It also has 7 malls in China, including SM Tianjin which is the second largest in the world in terms of gross leasable area (GLA).[1] SM Supermalls has become one of the biggest mall operators in Southeast Asia. Combined, the company has about 9.24 million square meters of gross floor area (GFA). It has 17,230 tenants in the Philippines and 1,867 tenants in China.[2]

SM Supermalls
SM Supermalls Logo.svg
Product typeShopping mall chain
OwnerSM Prime Holdings
CountryPhilippines
Introduced1985
Related brands
MarketsPhilippines and China
TaglineWe've Got it All For You!
Everything's Here.
Websitesmsupermalls.com
smsupermalls.cn

HistoryEdit

The company that operates the malls was started by Henry Sy Sr. in 1958 as Shoemart, with a store in Manila. In the 1960s, Shoemart expanded its shoe store chain.[3] By the 1970s, Shoemart was a full-line department store, shifting its name from Shoemart to SM.

In the 1980s, the company diversified and ventured into the supermarket and home appliance store business. It opened the first "Supermall" store in 1985 in Quezon City called SM City North EDSA.

In March 2020, all SM malls were temporarily closed due to the enhanced community quarantines caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, with the exception of essential businesses.

BranchesEdit

PhilippinesEdit

 
 
North EDSA
 
Santa Mesa
 
Megamall
 
Southmall
 
Bacoor
 
Fairview
 
Manila
 
Sucat
 
Marilao
 
Bicutan
 
San Lazaro
 
Valenzuela
 
Molino
 
Mall of Asia
 
Pasig
 
Taytay
 
Muntinlupa
 
Marikina
 
Las Piñas
 
Novaliches
 
Masinag
 
Cherry Antipolo
 
Aura Premier
 
BF Parañaque
 
San Mateo
 
Cherry
Shaw
 
Sangandaan
 
San Jose Del Monte
 
Cherry Congressional
 
East
Ortigas
 
Imus
Locations of SM Supermalls within Metro Manila and surrounding areas; red pogs denote malls built prior to 2000s, blue pogs for malls built in the 2000s, green pogs for malls built since 2010.
 
 
North EDSA
 
Cebu
 
Iloilo
 
Pampanga
 
Davao
 
Cagayan de Oro
 
Lucena
 
Baguio
 
Dasmariñas
 
Batangas
Locations of SM Supermalls within the rest of the Philippines built prior to 2005; SM City North EDSA is used a reference to locate Metro Manila.
 
 
Clark
 
Santa Rosa
 
Bacolod
 
Rosales
 
Baliwag
 
Rosario
 
Naga
 
Tarlac
 
San Pablo
 
Calamba
 
Lipa
Locations of SM Supermalls within the rest of the Philippines built from 2006 to 2010.
 
 
Olongapo Downtown
 
Consolacion
 
San Fernando 
Downtown
 
General Santos
 
Lanang Premier
 
Cauayan
 
Angono
 
Megacenter Cabanatuan
 
Cabanatuan
 
Seaside Cebu
Locations of SM Supermalls within the rest of the Philippines built from 2011 to 2015.
 
 
Trece Martires
 
CDO Downtown Premier
 
Puerto Princesa
 
Tuguegarao Downtown
 
Lemery
 
Pulilan
 
Urdaneta Central
 
Telabastagan
 
Legazpi
 
Ormoc
 
Olongapo Central
 
Dagupan
 
Butuan
 
Mindpro
Locations of SM Supermalls within the rest of the Philippines built since 2016.

Existing mallsEdit

The following is a list of SM shopping malls in the Philippines. Gross floor area is based on the latest press release of SM Prime Holdings, and on SM Supermall Mall Profile literature.[4][5][6]

No. Name Opening Date Land area (m2) Floor area (m2) Location Remarks Image
1 SM City North EDSA 8 Nov 1985 161,000 497,213[4] EDSA cor. North Avenue, Brgys. Santo Cristo and Bagong Pag-asa, Quezon City First SM Mall in Metro Manila, Largest Solar-Powered Shopping Mall in Southeast Asia, Largest Shopping Mall in the country, and the 7th in the world  
2 SM City Sta. Mesa 28 Sep 1990 30,000 133,894 Magsaysay Boulevard cor. Gregorio Araneta Avenue, Brgy. Doña Imelda, Quezon City Formerly known as "SM Centerpoint" (1990–2005).  
3 SM Megamall 28 Jun 1991 206,000 474,225 EDSA cor. Doña Julia Vargas Avenue, Brgy. Wack-Wack Greenhills, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong 2nd largest shopping mall in the country and 8th in the world.
4 SM City Cebu 27 Nov 1993 128,000 273,804 Juan Luna Avenue cor. A. Soriano Avenue and Kaoshiung Streets, North Reclamation Area, Brgy. Mabolo, Cebu City First SM Mall in Central Visayas, First SM Mall in Visayas and first mall outside Metro Manila  
5 SM Southmall 2 Apr 1995 200,000 205,120 Alabang–Zapote Road, Pilar Village, Brgy. Almanza Uno, Las Piñas First SM Mall in Southern Metro Manila and First SM Mall in Las Piñas  
6 SM City Bacoor 25 Jul 1997 88,000 120,202 Aguinaldo Highway cor. Tirona Highway, Brgy. Habay II, Bacoor, Cavite First SM Mall in Cavite Province, First SM Mall in Calabarzon. First SM Mall in South Luzon and Provincial Mall in Luzon (outside NCR).  
7 SM City Fairview 24 Oct 1997 202,000 312,749[7] Quirino Highway cor. Regalado Highway, Brgy. Greater Lagro, Novaliches, Quezon City First SM Mall in Northern Metro Manila  
8 SM City Iloilo 11 Jun 1999 170,000 150,740 Senator Benigno S. Aquino Jr. Avenue, Brgy. Buhang-Taft North, Mandurriao, Iloilo City First SM Mall in Western Visayas  
9 SM City Manila 14 Apr 2000 25,000 161,107 Natividad Almeda-López cor. Antonio Villegas and San Marcelino Streets, Brgy. 659, Ermita, Manila Adjacent to Manila City Hall. Built on the site of the old Y.M.C.A. Building Manila.  
10 SM City Pampanga 11 Nov 2000 316,000 132,484 Jose Abad Santos Avenue cor. North Luzon Expressway, Brgy. San Jose, San Fernando, Pampanga and Brgy. Lagundi, Mexico, Pampanga First SM Mall in Pampanga, First SM Mall in San Fernando, Pampanga, First SM Mall in Central Luzon, First SM Mall in North Luzon, the longest mall in the Philippines and the only SM Mall that lies in two towns (Mexico and San Fernando City).  
11 SM City Sucat 13 Jul 2001 101,000 96,277 Dr. Arcadio Santos Avenue cor. C-5 Road Extension, Brgy. San Dionisio, Parañaque City First SM Mall in Parañaque
Formerly known as "SM Supercenter Sucat"
 
12 SM City Davao 16 Nov 2001 132,000 126,425 Quimpo Boulevard cor. Tulip and Eco-West Drive, Ecoland Subdivision, Brgy. Matina, Talomo, Davao City First SM Mall in Mindanao, First SM Mall in Davao Region and First SM Mall in Davao City  
13 SM City Cagayan de Oro 15 Nov 2002 52,000 87,837 Masterson Avenue cor. Gran Via and Las Ramblas Streets, Pueblo de Oro Township, Brgy. Carmen, Cagayan de Oro First SM Mall in Northern Mindanao  
14 SM City Bicutan 29 Nov 2002 39,000 113,214 Doña Soledad Avenue cor. West Service Road, Brgy. Don Bosco, Parañaque Second SM Mall in Parañaque  
15 SM City Lucena 3 Oct 2003 80,000 78,655 Maharlika Highway cor. Dalahican Road, Brgy. Ibabang Dupay, Lucena First SM Mall in Quezon  
16 SM City Baguio 21 Nov 2003 80,000 160,000 Luneta Hill, Upper Session Road cor. Governor Pack Road, Baguio Architecture inspired by the Banaue Rice Terraces. First SM Mall in Cordillera Administrative Region. Largest SM Mall in Northern Luzon. Flagship project with no air-conditioning system.
Currently undergoing expansion, for completion in 2020-2021
 
17 SM City Marilao 28 Nov 2003 130,000 93,910 MacArthur Highway, Brgy. Ibayo, Marilao, Bulacan First SM Mall in Bulacan  
18 SM City Dasmariñas 21 May 2004 124,000 201,645 Governor's Drive cor. Aguinaldo Highway, Brgy. Sampaloc 1, Dasmariñas City, Cavite Largest Mall in South Luzon  
19 SM City Batangas 12 Nov 2004 85,000 80,350 Batangas-Tabangao-Lobo Road, Pastor Village, Brgy. Pallocan Kanluran, Batangas City, Batangas First SM Mall in Batangas  
20 SM City San Lazaro 27 May 2005 40,000 176,159 Felix Huertas Street cor. Lacson Avenue and Consuelo Street, Brgy. 350, Santa Cruz, Manila Located in a parcel of land from the former San Lazaro Hippodrome where it was named after  
21 SM City Valenzuela 28 Oct 2005 25,000 70,681 MacArthur Highway cor. Tadeo Street, Brgy. Karuhatan, Valenzuela Formerly known as an "SM Supercenter" (later "SM Center") mall with the opening of The SM Store on October 26, 2018.  
22 SM City Molino 18 Nov 2005 48,000 59,069 Bacoor-Dasmariñas National Road cor. 2nd Avenue, Brgy. Molino IV, Bacoor, Cavite Formerly known as an "SM Supercenter" (later "SM Center") mall.  
23 SM City Santa Rosa 17 Feb 2006[8] 171,000 86,463 Manila South Road cor. Biñan-Santa Rosa Access Road, Brgy. Tagapo, Santa Rosa, Laguna First SM Mall in Laguna and the Largest in Laguna.
2 BPO tower buildings undergoing construction.[4][9] Mall expansion ongoing
 
24 SM City Clark 12 May 2006 165,000 144,484[4] Manuel A. Roxas Highway cor. Clark-Angeles-Mabalacat Road, Clark Freeport and Special Economic Zone, Brgy. Malabanias, Angeles 2nd Largest Mall in Central Luzon  
25 SM Mall of Asia 21 May 2006 195,000 432,891 Jose Diokno Boulevard cor. EDSA Extension, Brgy. 76, Bay City, Pasay First SM Supermall to launch an IMAX theater
Expansion on-going
 
26 SM Center Pasig 19 Aug 2006 21,000 29,602 Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue cor. Doña Julia Vargas Avenue, Brgy. Ugong, Pasig First SM Mall in Pasig and First SM Supermall with no cinemas
27 SM City Lipa[10] 22 Sep 2006 103,000 141,283 Jose P. Laurel Highway, Brgy. Marawoy, Lipa, Batangas Second SM Mall in Batangas  
28 SM City Bacolod 2 Mar 2007 161,096 137,229 Rizal Street cor. Palanca and Father Mauricio Ferrero Streets, Reclamation Area, Bacolod  
29 SM City Taytay 9 Nov 2007 63,000 97,467 Manila East Road cor. Argentina Street, Brgy. Dolores, Taytay, Rizal First SM Mall in Rizal  
30 SM Center Muntinlupa 16 Nov 2007 36,000 57,060 Manila South Road, Brgy. Tunasan, Muntinlupa  
31 SM City Marikina 5 Sep 2008 59,000 178,178 Marcos Highway Brgy. Calumpang, Marikina First SM Mall along Marcos Highway  
32 SM City Rosales 28 Nov 2008 121,000[4] 63,330 MacArthur Highway, Brgy. Carmen East, Rosales, Pangasinan First SM Mall in Pangasinan and first SM Mall in Ilocos Region  
33 SM City Baliwag[4] 12 Dec 2008 93,000 116,632 Pan-Philippine Highway, Brgy. Pagala, Baliuag, Bulacan Second SM Mall in Bulacan  
34 SM City Naga 1 May 2009 44,000 75,651[4] Naga, Camarines Sur First SM Mall in Bicol Region  
35 SM Center Las Piñas 2 Oct 2009 29,000 39,727 Alabang-Zapote Road, Brgy. Pamplona Dos, Las Piñas  
36 SM City Rosario 20 Nov 2009 54,000 60,657 Ger. Trias Drive, Brgy. Tejeros Convention, Rosario, Cavite  
37 SM City Tarlac 30 Apr 2010 34,000 101,369 MacArthur Highway, Brgy. San Roque, Tarlac City, Tarlac[11]  
38 SM City San Pablo 1 Oct 2010 69,000 59,776 Maharlika Highway, Brgy. San Rafael, San Pablo, Laguna Second SM Mall in Laguna
BPO Building to be constructed and to be finished by the 4th quarter of 2017.
 
39 SM City Calamba 15 Oct 2010 55,000 73,632 Calamba, Laguna Third SM Supermall in Laguna  
40 SM City Novaliches 22 Oct 2010 77,000 60,044 Quirino Highway, Brgy. San Bartolome, Novaliches, Quezon City  
41 SM City Masinag 6 May 2011 37,000 96,313 Marcos Highway, Masinag, Brgy. Mayamot, Antipolo, Rizal[5] First SM Mall to name the Department Store to The SM Store and Second SM Mall along Marcos Highway  
42 SM City Olongapo Downtown 15 Dec 2011 (soft opening)
10 Feb 2012 (grand opening)
10,000 49,096 Magsaysay Drive cor. Gordon Avenue, Olongapo[5] First SM Mall in Zambales
Built on the site of the former Olongapo City Mall and formerly known as "SM City Olongapo" (2011–2019)
 
43 SM City Consolacion 1 Jun 2012 46,926 103,558 Cebu North Road, Consolacion, Cebu[12]  
44 SM City San Fernando Downtown 20 Jul 2012 7,835 43,130 Brgy. Sto. Rosario, San Fernando, Pampanga[5] Third SM Mall in Pampanga, Second SM Mall in San Fernando and the Smallest SM Mall in the Philippines in terms of land area  
45 SM City General Santos 10 Aug 2012 80,000 131,818 General Santos[13] First SM Mall in Soccsksargen  
46 SM Lanang Premier 28 Sep 2012 640,000 145,174 Lanang District, Davao City[14] First SM Mall under the "Premier" brand
Second SM Supermall in Davao
47 SM Aura Premier 17 May 2013 125,000 198,257[4][15] Bonifacio Global City, Taguig[16] First Gold certified shopping mall in the Philippines by Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)[17]
Second SM Supermall under the "Premier" brand
 
48 SM City BF Parañaque 29 Nov 2013[18] 27,000 125,582 Dr. A. Santos Avenue cor. President's Avenue, Teoville Subdivision, Brgy. BF Homes, Parañaque[19] Third SM Mall in Parañaque  
49 SM City Cauayan 30 May 2014[20] 36,622 70,946[4] Cauayan, Isabela[21][22][23] First SM Mall in Cagayan Valley  
50 SM Center Angono 14 Nov 2014[24] 12,650 41,481 Manila East Road, Brgy. San Isidro, Angono, Rizal[25] First SM "Center" Mall to anchor Savemore Market instead of SM Hypermarket  
51 SM Megacenter Cabanatuan 24 Apr 2015[26] 55,000[27] 49,688 Brgy. San Roque Norte, Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija Originally opened as "Megacenter the Mall" in 1998[28] and the First SM Mall in Nueva Ecija  
52 SM City San Mateo 15 May 2015 22,882 77,593[4] Gen. Luna Avenue, Brgy. Ampid 1, San Mateo, Rizal[29][30]  
53 SM City Cabanatuan 9 Oct 2015 140,000 154,020[31] Brgy. Hermogenes Concepcion, Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija[32] Largest Mall in Central Luzon.  
54 SM Cherry Shaw 13 Oct 2015[33] TBA 24,165[4] Shaw Boulevard, Pleasant Hills, Mandaluyong First SM Supermall under the "SM Cherry" name after Cherry Foodarama was acquired by SM Group from Ong Family.[34]
55 SM Center Sangandaan 23 Oct 2015 10,563[35] 43,626[4][36] Sangandaan, Caloocan[37] First SM "Center" Mall to anchor SM Supermarket  
56 SM Seaside City Cebu 27 Nov 2015[38] 304,100 470,971[4] South Road Properties, Brgy. Mambaling, Cebu City[39] Largest Mall in the Philippines outside of Metro Manila  
57 SM City San Jose Del Monte 29 Apr 2016 60,193 102,186[4][40] Quirino Highway, Brgy. Tungkong Mangga, San Jose del Monte, Bulacan[41]  
58 SM City Trece Martires 13 May 2016 50,000 83,783[4][40] Trece Martires, Cavite  
59 SM Cherry Congressional 25 Nov 2016 TBA 13,469 Congressional Avenue, Bahay Toro, Quezon City
60 SM City East Ortigas 2 Dec 2016[42] TBA 80,127[4][40] Ortigas Ave Ext, Brgy. Sta. Lucia, Pasig[43] Originally opened as "Ever Gotesco Ortigas" in 1995. First SM mall acquired from the Ever Gotesco group.  
61 SM CDO Downtown Premier 12 May 2017[44] 28,974 177,743[4][45][46] Claro M. Recto Avenue cor Osmena Street, Cagayan de Oro[47] Largest SM Supermall in Mindanao
Third SM Supermall under the "Premier" brand
62 S Maison at Conrad Manila 17 Jun 2017 (relaunched as a SM Supermall) TBA 42,107[4][40] Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay, Metro Manila Relaunched as the 62nd SM Supermall (although SM Cherry Antipolo opened first their supermarket area) and the second specialty mall, after The Podium, to be managed by SM Supermalls.[48]  
63 SM Cherry Antipolo 30 Jun 2017[49] TBA 27,225[4][40] Marcos Highway, Antipolo, Rizal Largest SM Cherry Mall
64 SM City Puerto Princesa 15 Sep 2017[50] 58,168 53,203[4][51] Puerto Princesa[52] First SM Mall in Mimaropa
65 SM Center Tuguegarao Downtown 12 Oct 2017 16,181 33,301[4][53][54] Luna St. cor. Mabini St., Tuguegarao, Cagayan First SM Mall in Cagayan  
66 SM Center Pulilan 1 Dec 2017 65,675 27,157[53] Pulilan, Bulacan  
67 SM Center Lemery 15 Dec 2017 48,552 24,877[53] Lemery, Batangas Third SM Mall In Batangas
68 SM Center Imus 16 Feb 2018 35,145 24,000[55] NIA Road, Barangays Alapan I-C and Bucandala III, Imus, Cavite Initially known as S-Mall Imus at the time of the start of construction of the mall in late April 2017  
69 SM City Urdaneta Central 4 May 2018 38,808 59,000[56] MacArthur Highway, Urdaneta, Pangasinan Second SM Mall in Pangasinan

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70 SM City Telabastagan 18 May 2018 105,694 55,093[57] McArthur Highway, Barangay Telebastagan, San Fernando, Pampanga Fourth SM Mall in Pampanga and Third SM Mall in San Fernando, Pampanga  
71 SM City Legazpi 14 Sep 2018 36,282[58] 87,706[59] Imelda Roces Avenue cor. Terminal Road, Legazpi, Albay Second SM Mall in Bicol Region and First SM Mall in Albay[60]  
72 SM Center Ormoc 16 Nov 2018 15,782 21,280[58] Real St., District 14, Ormoc First SM Mall in Leyte and First SM Mall in Eastern Visayas[61]
73 SM City Olongapo Central 13 Sep 2019 38,749 92,345[58] Rizal Avenue, Brgy. East Tapinac, Olongapo Second SM Mall in Olongapo
74 SM Center Dagupan 4 Oct 2019 17,079 23,460[58] M.H Del Pilar St. cor. Herrero St., Brgy. Herrero, Dagupan Third SM Mall in Pangasinan and First SM Mall in Dagupan
75 SM City Butuan 13 Nov 2020 37,233[62] 59,573[58] Jose C. Aquino Ave., Brgy. Lapu-Lapu, Butuan[63] First SM Mall in Caraga, and the only shopping mall in Asia to be established in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic  
76 SM City Mindpro 8 Dec 2020 (soft opening) 13,078 59,383[64] La Purisima St. cor. Campaner St., Brgy. Zone III, Zamboanga City Originally opened as "Mindpro Citimall" in 1996, First SM Mall in Zamboanga Peninsula, First SM Mall to anchor a locally owned supermarket, "Mindpro Supermarket" (an affiliate of SM Markets) and the SM Mall to owned, managed and operated by SM Prime (70%) and Mindpro Retail, Inc. (30%)  

SMDC mallsEdit

Name Location
SMDC Sun Mall[65] Welcome Rotonda, Quezon City
SMDC Light Mall[66] EDSA-Boni, Mandaluyong
SMDC Breeze Mall Roxas Boulevard, Pasay
SMDC Grace Mall Taguig
SMDC Jazz Mall Makati
SMDC Green Mall Taft Avenue, Manila
SMDC M Place Mall Mother Ignacia cor. Panay Avenue, Quezon City
SMDC The Strip @ Shore Residences Mall of Asia Complex, Bay City, Pasay
SMDC The Strip @ Wind Residences Tagaytay
SMDC The Strip @ Berkeley Residences
SMDC The Strip @ Blue Residences
SMDC The Strip @ Blue 2 Residences
SMDC The Strip @ Grass Residences SM City North EDSA Complex, Quezon City
SMDC The Strip @ Princeton Residences Aurora Boulevard, Quezon City
SMDC The Strip @ Sea Residences Mall of Asia Complex, Bay City, Pasay
SMDC The Strip @ Shell Residences Mall of Asia Complex, Bay City, Pasay
SMDC The Strip @ Shine Residences Ortigas, Pasig
SMDC The Strip @ Shore 2 Residences Mall of Asia Complex, Bay City, Pasay
SMDC The Strip @ Trees Residences Quirino Highway, Quezon City
SMDC The Strip @ Mezza Residences Quirino Highway, Quezon City

Other mallsEdit

Name Opening Date Location
The Podium August 2002 ADB Avenue, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong
SM Savemore Nagtahan TBA
SM Savemore Tacloban November 20, 2014
SM Savemore Malabon[67] TBA
SM By The Bay[68] 2011 Seaside Boulevard, Mall of Asia Complex, Bay City, Pasay
SM Hypermarket Sucat-Lopez[69] 2012 Dr. Arcadio Santos Avenue, Brgy. San Isidro, Parañaque
SM Savemore Apalit[70] August 29, 2011 MacArthur Highway, Apalit, Pampanga
SM MarketMall Dasmariñas December 11, 2011
SM Hypermarket Lapu-Lapu February 26, 2017
SM Savemart Bacacay June 9, 2020 Marbella Street corner Magsaysay Avenue, Barangay 5, Bacacay, Albay

Future mallsEdit

Under construction or proposed SM Malls in bold italics are those included in SM Prime's latest offer supplement.[71] The given number is merely for counting purposes.

No. Name Opening Date Land area (m2) Floor area (m2) Status Location
1 SM City Daet[72] 2021[71] 51,208[58] 49,898[58] Under construction Vinzons Ave., Brgy. Lag-On, Daet, Camarines Norte
2 SM City Bataan[72] 2021 46,145[58] 55,595[58] Under construction Calero Street, Brgy. Ibayo, Balanga, Bataan
3 SM City Roxas[72] 2021 109,309[53] 40,833[58] Under construction Arnaldo Blvd., Brgy. Baybay, Roxas, Capiz[53][73]
4 SM City Sorsogon[72] 2021[71] 132,003 66,728[58] Under construction Maharlika Highway, Brgy. Balogo, Sorsogon City, Sorsogon
5 SM City Grand Central[72] 2021[71] 22,902 102,790[58] Under construction Rizal Ave. Ext. cor. Bustamante St., Caloocan
6 SM City Tanza[72] 2021 82,268[58] 45,029[58] Under Construction Antero Soriano Highway, Brgy. Daang Amaya, Tanza, Cavite
7 SM City Tuguegarao[72] 2021[71] 141,404 63,632[58] Under construction Bagay Road, Brgy. Caritan, Tuguegarao, Cagayan
8 SM City Tagum[72] TBA 36,965 51,935[58] Planned Brgy. Magugpo, Tagum, Davao del Norte
9 SM City Malolos[72] TBA 137,812[58] 79,923[58] Planned McArthur Highway, Brgy Dakila, Malolos, Bulacan
10 SM City Laoag[72] TBA 102,293[58] 61,256[58] Planned Brgy. Nangalisan B and Brgy. Nalbo, Laoag, Ilocos Norte
11 SM City La Union[72] TBA TBA 58,864[58] Planned San Fernando Bypass Road Brgy. Biday, San Fernando, La Union
12 SM City Commonwealth[72] TBA TBA TBA Planned Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon City
13 SM City Mindoro[72] TBA TBA TBA Planned Oriental Mindoro
14 SM City Zamboanga[72] TBA TBA TBA Planned Brgy. Camino Nuevo, Zamboanga City
15 SM Center Moonwalk Parañaque[74] TBA TBA TBA Planned Brgy. Moonwalk, Parañaque
16 SM City Naga 2[74] TBA TBA TBA Planned Naga, Camarines Sur
17 SM Center San Pedro[75] TBA TBA TBA Planned San Pedro, Laguna
18 SM Center North Davao[75] TBA TBA TBA Planned Davao City
19 SM City Santo Tomas[75] TBA TBA TBA Planned Santo Tomas, Batangas
20 SM City San Jose[75] TBA TBA TBA Planned San Jose, Nueva Ecija
21 SM Center North Caloocan[75] TBA TBA TBA Planned Caloocan
22 SM Center Camiling[75] TBA TBA TBA Planned Camiling, Tarlac
23 SM City Jaro[75] TBA TBA TBA Planned Jaro, Iloilo City
24 SM Santa Rosa Yulo Premier[75] TBA TBA TBA Planned Santa Rosa, Laguna
25 SM Center Deparo[76] TBA TBA TBA Planned Caloocan City

ChinaEdit

 
 
Xiamen
 
Jinjiang
 
Chengdu
 
Suzhou
 
Chongqing
 
Zibo
 
Tianjin
Locations of SM Supermalls in China. Note that precise coordinate data are only available for Xiamen, Chengdu and Suzhou malls.
No. Name Opening Date Land area (m2) Floor area (m2) Location Remarks
1 SM City Xiamen 13 Dec 2001 104,000[4] 238,125[77] Xiamen, Fujian Initially opened as a department store.[78] Later expanded in 2009 with the opening of the SM Lifestyle Center.[79]
2 SM City Jinjiang[79] 26 Nov 2005 115,000[4] 167,830[77] Quanzhou, Fujian
3 SM City Chengdu[79] 20 Oct 2006 48,000[4] 166,665[77] Chengdu, Sichuan
4 SM City Suzhou[79] 23 Sep 2011 41,000[4] 72,552[77] Chengdu, Sichuan
5 SM City Chongqing[79] 14 Dec 2012 149,429[4][77] Yubei District, Chongqing
6 SM City Zibo[79] 19 Sep 2015 72,000[4] 152,093[4][77] Zibo, Shandong
7 SM City Tianjin[80] 17 Dec 2016 436,000[4] 321,641[4] Tianjin The third largest mall in the world based on GLA.

eSportsEdit

SM Supermalls have also become a place for esports tournaments for games such as Mobile Legends: Bang Bang with its SM Cyberzone launching MLBB Tournaments in ever SM Supermall around the country. Mobile Legends: Bang Bang LIGA2KONTRIBIDA with Nadine Lustre as a brand ambassador was held at SM City North EDSA and SM Mall of Asia.[81] SM City Cebu hosted Cyberzone Game Fest 2019 with a Mobile Legends tournament.[82]

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