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SM City Sta. Mesa, formerly called SM Centerpoint is a shopping mall located in Metro Manilamarker in the Philippinesmarker. It is the 2nd SM Supermall opened on September 28, 1990 and owned by SM Prime Holdings within a land area Of 30,000 m² and a floor area of 133,327 m². The mall, though located at the intersection of Ramon Magsaysay Boulevard and Araneta Avenue in Quezon Citymarker, is not the 3rd SM Mall in Quezon City as it falls under the jurisdiction of the City of Manilamarker and is only within proximity to the city's borders with San Juan Citymarker and Quezon City. The mall had gone some major renovations in the end of 2005 and was relaunched in mid-2006 commerorating SM Sta. Mesa's 15th Anniversary.

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The mall was opened in September 1990 and was renovated in the end of 2005. The mall consists of the square-shaped building, a carpark and outdoor parking. The mall features anchors like SM's 6th Department Store, The 2nd SM Supermarket and SM Cinemas. It also features other anchors like National Bookstore, Watsons Drugstore, Surplus Shop, SM Appliance Center, 2 Banks (BDO & Chinabank) and ACE Hardware.


Junior Anchors


The mall has 10 cinemas located at the 4th Floor of SM City Sta. Mesa.


  • The mall has 2 amusement place namely:
    • Quantum
    • World Of Fun


  • SM City Sta. Mesa (Formerly SM Centerpoint) was formally launched and opened on September 1990. It is the second SM Supermall built and inaugurated by Chinese-Filipino tycoon Henry Sy Sr. However, the mall is not considered as the 3rd mall located in Quezon City because the term Centerpoint refers that the mall is located between the cities of Manila, San Juan and Quezon City. The SM Centerpoint was now changed to SM City Sta. Mesa in mid-May 2006, commemorating SM Sta. Mesa's 15th Anniversary.
  • In September 26, 2009, the whole lower ground floor which includes the food court and supermarket was totally flooded that nearly reached the upper ground floor in the height of Typhoon Ondoy


The current facade of SM City Sta.Mesa.

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