SM City Marikina

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Asia, Philippines, Marikina

SM City Marikina is a shopping mall owned and managed by SM Prime Holdings, and is located in Calumpang, Marikina, Philippines. SM Supermalls is owned by Henry Sy, Sr.. SM City Marikina is the first shopping mall that has a wi-fi connection. The mall was designed by dsgn associates, a firm based in Dallas, Texas, in the USA. Interior design was by EDGE Interior Design Pty. Ltd., an Australian design consultant , together with SM City Marikina’s design team including Jose Siao Ling and Associates (architects), D.A. Abcede and Associates (project managers), and BF Construction Corporation, the general contractors of the mall. SM City Marikina is a part of SM's 50th Anniversary and it was the first SM mall to open on 2008. It is the 31st SM Supermall built in the Philippines, 14th latest SM Mall built within Metro Manila, and 3rd among other SM malls opened in the eastern region of Metropolitan Manila, after SM Megamall in Mandaluyong City and SM Supercenter Pasig in Pasig City (excluding nearby SM City Taytay which is part of Rizal Province). and not Metro Manila . SM City Marikina is strategically located in the Marikina River area which is currently being rehabilitated and developed, and the Marikina Riverbanks Center. It is situated along Marcos Highway (Radial Road-6 or R6), Barangay Calumpang, Marikina City. This mall has a total of 60,000 square meter land area and a total of 124,877.85 square meter gross floor area. Currently, SM City Marikina is one of the largest malls in Metro Manila and the 2nd largest mall in the eastern region of Metro Manila in terms of land area and also its floor areas thereby aligning it with the GFA of nearby malls Sta. Lucia East Grandmall (largest), Robinsons Place Metro East and Riverbanks Centermall, all situated on Marcos Highway. SM City Marikina was opened to public on September 5, 2008, with opening ceremonies and ribbon cutting headed by then MMDA Chairman Bayani Fernando, and his wife, Marikina City Mayor Marides Fernando and other city officials, as well as the owner of SM Prime Holdings Henry Sy, and SM executives.