What are some of the shopping malls in Quezon City, Philippines?
MANILA - Quezon City, the most populated city in the Philippines, is home to numerous shopping complexes, dining establishments, 5 star hotels, premier hospitals and the two major universities in the country. Needless to say, the size of the city alone is enough to guarantee that you will never run out of places to go and things to try. Shopping malls are a staple in the Quezon City lifestyle. Check out our list of some of the shopping malls in Quezon City, Philippines.
Currently dubbed as the biggest mall in the Philippines, SM City North Edsa is a shopping mall located at the intersection of North Avenue and EDSA. Operated by SM Prime Holdings, SM City North Edsa is the first SM Supermall in the country and was first opened in 1985. Over the years, the mall has gone through several redevelopment projects, opening new areas and expansions. SM City North Edsa first started with the Car Park Plaza in 1988, the SM Annex in 1989, the Block in 2006, the Annex and the Interior Zone in 2008, the Sky Garden in 2009 and the Northlink in 2010.
From spacious interiors to soothing landscapes and diverse shopping, entertainment and dining options, TriNoma was opened in 2007 and is a sanctuary of retail and relaxation north of the metropolis. Owned by Ayala Land, TriNoma got its name taken from its location at “North Triangle” where it is bound by three major roads: North Avenue, Mindanao Avenue, and EDSA.
Strategically located along Quezon Ave and Roosevelt Junction, Fishermall opened in 2014 catering to a wide range and diverse market which consist of first to third generation of middle and upper class families that come from nearby residential areas like Heroes Hills, Talayan and Damar Village, Sta. Mesa Heights, Tomas Morato, and lastly South and West Triangle. Owned by Mallers Management Corporation, Fishermall is a 5 storey mall that has a total retail floor area of 114,000 square meters.
Opened in September 2013, U.P. Town Center is the pioneer university town concept in the country. It is the go-to mall of two major universities and educational institutions as well as residential villages along Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City. U.P. Town Center has a total retail floor area of 174,000 square meters. The mall offers a myriad of options for audiences of all ages. Aside from known clothing brands, U.P. Town Center also has its own department store called Metro Department Store and its own supermarket called Merkado, which is a joint venture between Ayala and Puregold.