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SHOPPING CENTRES MEXICO


PLAZA LA CACHANILLA  
In Plaza La Cachanilla find everything you look under one roof. Use our tools to find those who need it. Once again Welcome.

Centro Comercial Sendero  
Centro Comercial Sendero is a shopping mall in Monterrey, Mexico, located in San Nicolás de los Garza, it is the largest shopping mall servicing the northern part of the city, and have similar shopping malls in various cities.

Antara Polanco  
Antara Polanco is a very exclusive Shopping Mall in Mexico City located in Avenida Ejercito Nacional and Calle Moliere, inaugurated in december 2006. It is a very important Shopping Mall in Mexico City because the events in there like Mercedez-Benz Fashion and other very important for the Fashion in Mexico where very celebrities come to make shopping:





Galerías Monterrey  
Galerías Monterrey was the first shopping mall in Monterrey, Mexico. Founded in 1983 with Liverpool, it has grown to attract upscale fashion stores, restaurants, and movie theaters.

Paseo San Pedro  
Paseo San Pedro is a small, high-fashion shopping mall in Monterrey, Mexico, located in San Pedro Garza García, in the intersection of Avenida Gómez Morín, Avenida José Vasconcelos, and Calzada del Valle, in front of Los Tubos. The mall takes its name from the municipality it resides in.

Perisur  
Perisur (also Centro Comercial Perisur) is a shopping mall located in the Tlalpan borough in southern Mexico City at the intersection of Insurgentes Avenue and Anillo Periférico, next to UNAM main Campus in Ciudad Universitaria and to the Jardines del Pedregal upscale nighborhood. It takes its name from being on the side of the south of Periférico (Perisur short for Periférico Sur)This shopping centre became the first and largest shopping mall in total area in Mexico when it opened in 1980.

Plaza Fiesta San Agustín  
Plaza Fiesta San Agustín is one of the largest shopping malls in Mexico, and the largest located in the metropolitan area of Monterrey. Founded in 1988, it has grown to include shops and department stores dedicated to over 150 commercial activities.

Plaza del Sol  
One of the largest malls in the urban area of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, located in the municipality of Zapopan. Built at the end of the sixties by the architect Alejandro Zohn it is the largest outdoor mall in the city, located next to the Plaza Milenium and future Torrena. It is located a few blocks away from the Expo Guadalajara and the Guadalajara World Trade Center on one of the highest commercial areas of the city and rivals in importance with La Gran Plaza, Plaza Pabellón, Centro Magno and Galerías Guadalajara.

Plaza Las Américas  
Plaza Las Américas is a large and famous shopping mall in Hato Rey, Puerto Rico, located right across from the Roberto Clemente Coliseum, the Hiram Bithorn Stadium, and close to WKAQ-TV's studios. "Plaza", as known by many Puerto Ricans, is the largest shopping mall in the Caribbean and any Spanish-speaking country and the 2nd in all of Latin America, the first American-style mall built in Puerto Rico and one of the largest malls in southeastern United States.


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Galerías Valle Oriente  
Galerías Valle Oriente is a regional fashion mall in Monterrey, Mexico, located in the limits with San Pedro Garza García, on Lazaro Cardenas Avenue, close to the Valle Oriente upscale development district. The mall takes its name from the district. The architect in charge of the project was Marcos Suberville,[citation needed] of Interdiseños, a renowned Mexican architect also responsible for the design of many other shopping malls in Mexico such as "Plaza Cumbres"(Monterrey),"Galerias Insurgentes"(Mexico City) and "Galerias Cuernavaca"(Cuernavaca).[citation needed]. It opened in 2003. The developer was Grupo U-Calli.

Liverpool (store)  
Liverpool (El Puerto de Liverpool S.A.B. de C.V.) is the biggest chain of department stores in Mexico, operating over 60 stores throughout Mexico and continuing to grow. Liverpool is a mall owner and operator too, including Perisur and Galerías Monterrey.

Sears Roebuck (Mexico)  
Sears Roebuck de México is a department store chain located in Mexico, operating more than 55 stores all over Mexico. Sears México is operated by Grupo Carso.

Suburbia (department store)  
Suburbia is a chain of department stores founded in 1970, operating more than 76 stores all over Mexico.




















SHOPPING CENTRES MEXICO