SM City North EDSA is the largest shopping mall in the Philippines and third in the world in terms of leasable area (482,878 square meters). It is operated by SM Prime Holdings, a local holding company in the Philippines, the biggest retail and mall operator in Southeast Asia. Located at the intersection of North Avenue and Epifanio de los Santos Avenue (EDSA) in Quezon City, SM City North EDSA opened on November 25, 1985. The original concept offered a variety of tenants and flagship stores (i.e., department store, supermarket, bowling area, a food court, and cinemas). The mall's redevelopment began with the opening of The Block in July 2006, and went into high gear with the launching of newly modernized Annex in December 2008, and the Skygarden in May 2009. The Car Park Plaza was also transformed into a lifestyle center on the same year. SM City North EDSA continues to be a work in progress with the ongoing renovation of the City Center and the development of the North Link. Back in 1985, it was the principal and only mall of its kind in the Philippines with a gross floor area of 120,000 square meters. It was constructed at a very challenging period in the Philippines' political history.History The lot chosen for retail development in 1978 was originally swampy and remotely located. At that time, SM Prime Holdings Inc. chairman, Henry Sy Sr., recognized it as a potential crossroads for regional traffic coming to and from the northern provinces of Luzon and surrounding suburban areas in Metro Manila. Construction started in 1983 and the “The SM Supermarket North EDSA” period began. The mall opened on November 25, 1985. It was the first mall built by SM Prime Holdings Inc. and at that time had a gross floor area of 125,000 square meters contained within the main building surrounded by an outdoor parking area. It was conceptualized to be a self-contained "city within a city" hence SM City.
As more tenants and entertainment venues were added, The SM City North EDSA then came to be known as the mall that institutionalized the “one-stop" shopping concept in the Philippines. It was the first to introduce “malling” as a pastime in the Philippines. A 4-level carpark, also known as the Annex 1, was constructed in 1988; with the lower ground floor converted into an enclosed retail space. Another level was also added on its main mall. In 1989, a two-floor annex, also known as Annex 2 was built providing more leasable space, a bowling alley and four additional movie houses. The main building and the annexes were expanded with a lower ground level, and the first level of The Carpark Plaza was converted into Cyberzone, a section reserved mainly for technology and gadget retail.
Over the years, SM City North EDSA had seen four expansions and redevelopment, including the construction of Annex 3, which opened in 2006. In July 2006, Annex 3, also known as The Block was opened featuring a hypermarket, its flagship toy store, an additional four movie theaters, retail shops, and restaurants. On February 8, 2007, as part of its massive redevelopment plan, Annex 2 was completely demolished and construction of a new building started. Annex 2 was reopened on December 12, 2008. According to studies of large malls in the world by Eastern Connecticut State University, SM City North EDSA was ranked the 6th largest mall in the world in terms of Total Gross Floor Area (GFA) of 331,861 m2 (3,572,120 sq ft) and was ranked second largest in the country.
On November 25, 2010, SM City North EDSA commemorated its 25th year as the first SM supermall.
Country & Address Philippine  Quezon City
Email smnemarketing@smsupermalls.com
Type Mall
Currency Philippine Peso (PHP)
Established date 1985
Gps Latitude 14.656835
Gps Longitude 121.027794
General Information Mall Area: 482,878 m2 (5,197,660 sq ft) m2
Branches: 0
Floors: 6
Stroes: 1100
Opening Hours
Day From To
Sunday 10:00 21:00
Monday 10:00 21:00
Tuesday 10:00 21:00
Wednesday 10:00 21:00
Thursday 10:00 21:00
Friday 10:00 22:00
Saturday 10:00 22:00



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