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SM Supermalls, owned by SM Prime Holdings, is a chain of shopping malls in the Philippines that as of early 2021 has 76 malls located across the country and 25 more scheduled to be opened for an eventual total of 101 malls. It also has 7 malls in China, including SM Tianjin which is the second largest in the world in terms of gross leasable area (GLA). SM Supermalls has become one of the biggest mall operators in Southeast Asia. Combined, the company has about 9.24 million square meters of gross floor area (GFA). It has 17,230 tenants in the Philippines and 1,867 tenants in China.

History

The company that operates the malls was started by Henry Sy Sr. in 1958 as Shoemart, with a store in Manila. In the 1960s, Shoemart expanded its shoe store chain. By the 1970s, Shoemart was a full-line department store, shifting its name from Shoemart to SM. In the 1980s, the company diversified and ventured into the supermarket and home appliance store business. It opened the first "Supermall" store in 1985 in Quezon City called SM City North EDSA. In March 2020, all SM malls were temporarily closed due to the enhanced community quarantines caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, with the exception of essential businesses.

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Existing malls

The following is a list of SM shopping malls in the Philippines. Gross floor area is based on the latest press release of SM Prime Holdings, and on SM Supermall Mall Profile literature.Press Release
PDF auto-download; SM Prime Official Website; retrieved November 6, 2015.
{| class="wikitable sortable" style="font-size:90%;" |- ! No. !! Name !! style="width:100pt;"| Opening Date!! style="width:95pt;"| Land area (m2)!! style="width:95pt;"| Floor area (m2) !! class="unsortable"|Location !! style="width:300pt;"| Remarks !! Image |- | 1 || SM City North EDSA || || || || EDSA cor. North Avenue, Brgys. Santo Cristo and Bagong Pag-asa, Quezon City || First SM Mall in Metro Manila, Largest Solar-Powered Shopping Mall in Southeast Asia, Largest Shopping Mall in the country, and the 7th in the world || |- | 2 || SM City Sta. Mesa || || || || Magsaysay Boulevard cor. Gregorio Araneta Avenue, Brgy. Doña Imelda, Quezon City || Formerly known as "SM Centerpoint" (1990–2005). || |- | 3 || SM Megamall || || 206,000 || || EDSA cor. Doña Julia Vargas Avenue, Brgy. Wack-Wack Greenhills, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong || 2nd largest shopping mall in the country and 8th in the world. || |- | 4 || SM City Cebu || || || || Juan Luna Avenue cor. A. Soriano Avenue and Kaoshiung Streets, North Reclamation Area, Brgy. Mabolo, Cebu City || First SM Mall in Central Visayas, First SM Mall in Visayas and first mall outside Metro Manila || |- | 5 || SM Southmall || || || || Alabang–Zapote Road, Pilar Village, Brgy. Almanza Uno, Las Piñas || First SM Mall in Southern Metro Manila and First SM Mall in Las Piñas || |- | 6 || SM City Bacoor || || || || Aguinaldo Highway cor. Tirona Highway, Brgy. Habay II, Bacoor, Cavite || First SM Mall in Cavite Province, First SM Mall in Calabarzon. First SM Mall in South Luzon and Provincial Mall in Luzon (outside NCR). || |- | 7 || SM City Fairview || || || || Quirino Highway cor. Regalado Highway, Brgy. Greater Lagro, Novaliches, Quezon City || First SM Mall in Northern Metro Manila || |- | 8 || SM City Iloilo || || || || Senator Benigno S. Aquino Jr. Avenue, Brgy. Buhang-Taft North, Mandurriao, Iloilo City || First SM Mall in Western Visayas || |- | 9 || SM City Manila || || || || Natividad Almeda-López cor. Antonio Villegas and San Marcelino Streets, Brgy. 659, Ermita, Manila || Adjacent to Manila City Hall. Built on the site of the old Y.M.C.A. Building Manila. || |- | 10 || SM City Pampanga || || || || Jose Abad Santos Avenue cor. North Luzon Expressway, Brgy. San Jose, San Fernando, Pampanga and Brgy. Lagundi, Mexico, Pampanga || First SM Mall in Pampanga, First SM Mall in San Fernando, Pampanga, First SM Mall in Central Luzon, First SM Mall in North Luzon, the longest mall in the Philippines and the only SM Mall that lies in two towns (Mexico and San Fernando City). || |- | 11 || SM City Sucat || || || || Dr. Arcadio Santos Avenue cor. C-5 Road Extension, Brgy. San Dionisio, Parañaque City || First SM Mall in Parañaque
Formerly known as "SM Supercenter Sucat" || |- | 12 || SM City Davao || || || || Quimpo Boulevard cor. Tulip and Eco-West Drive, Ecoland Subdivision, Brgy. Matina, Talomo, Davao City || First SM Mall in Mindanao, First SM Mall in Davao Region and First SM Mall in Davao City || |- | 13 || SM City Cagayan de Oro || || || || Masterson Avenue cor. Gran Via and Las Ramblas Streets, Pueblo de Oro Township, Brgy. Carmen, Cagayan de Oro || First SM Mall in Northern Mindanao || |- | 14 || SM City Bicutan |||| || || Doña Soledad Avenue cor. West Service Road, Brgy. Don Bosco, Parañaque|| Second SM Mall in Parañaque || |- | 15 || SM City Lucena || || || || Maharlika Highway cor. Dalahican Road, Brgy. Ibabang Dupay, Lucena || First SM Mall in Quezon || |- | 16 || SM City Baguio || || || || Luneta Hill, Upper Session Road cor. Governor Pack Road, Baguio ||Architecture inspired by the Banaue Rice Terraces. First SM Mall in Cordillera Administrative Region. Largest SM Mall in Northern Luzon. Flagship project with no air-conditioning system.
Currently undergoing expansion, for completion in 2020-2021 || |- | 17 || SM City Marilao || || || || MacArthur Highway, Brgy. Ibayo, Marilao, Bulacan || First SM Mall in Bulacan || |- | 18 || SM City Dasmariñas || || || || Governor's Drive cor. Aguinaldo Highway, Brgy. Sampaloc 1, Dasmariñas City, Cavite || Largest Mall in South Luzon || |- | 19 || SM City Batangas || || || || Batangas-Tabangao-Lobo Road, Pastor Village, Brgy. Pallocan Kanluran, Batangas City, Batangas || First SM Mall in Batangas || |- | 20 || SM City San Lazaro || || || || Felix Huertas Street cor. Lacson Avenue and Consuelo Street, Brgy. 350, Santa Cruz, Manila || Located in a parcel of land from the former San Lazaro Hippodrome where it was named after || |- | 21 || SM City Valenzuela || || || || MacArthur Highway cor. Tadeo Street, Brgy. Karuhatan, Valenzuela || Formerly known as an "SM Supercenter" (later "SM Center") mall with the opening of The SM Store on October 26, 2018. || |- | 22 || SM City Molino || || || || Bacoor-Dasmariñas National Road cor. 2nd Avenue, Brgy. Molino IV, Bacoor, Cavite || Formerly known as an "SM Supercenter" (later "SM Center") mall. || |- | 23 || SM City Santa Rosa || || || || Manila South Road cor. Biñan-Santa Rosa Access Road, Brgy. Tagapo, Santa Rosa, Laguna || First SM Mall in Laguna and the Largest in Laguna.
2 BPO tower buildings undergoing construction. Mall expansion ongoing
|| |- | 24 || SM City Clark || || || || Manuel A. Roxas Highway cor. Clark-Angeles-Mabalacat Road, Clark Freeport and Special Economic Zone, Brgy. Malabanias, Angeles || 2nd Largest Mall in Central Luzon || |- | 25 || SM Mall of Asia || || || || Jose Diokno Boulevard cor. EDSA Extension, Brgy. 76, Bay City, Pasay || First SM Supermall to launch an IMAX theater
Expansion on-going || |- | 26 || SM Center Pasig || || || || Eulogio Rodriguez Jr. Avenue cor. Doña Julia Vargas Avenue, Brgy. Ugong, Pasig || First SM Mall in Pasig and First SM Supermall with no cinemas || |- | 27 || SM City Lipa || || || || Jose P. Laurel Highway, Brgy. Marawoy, Lipa, Batangas || Second SM Mall in Batangas|| |- | 28 || SM City Bacolod || || || || Rizal Street cor. Palanca and Father Mauricio Ferrero Streets, Reclamation Area, Bacolod || || |- | 29 || SM City Taytay || || || || Manila East Road cor. Argentina Street, Brgy. Dolores, Taytay, Rizal || First SM Mall in Rizal || |- | 30 || SM Center Muntinlupa || || || || Manila South Road, Brgy. Tunasan, Muntinlupa || || |- | 31 || SM City Marikina || || || || Marcos Highway Brgy. Calumpang, Marikina || First SM Mall along Marcos Highway || |- | 32 || SM City Rosales || || || || MacArthur Highway, Brgy. Carmen East, Rosales, Pangasinan || First SM Mall in Pangasinan and first SM Mall in Ilocos Region || |- | 33 || SM City Baliwag || || || || Pan-Philippine Highway, Brgy. Pagala, Baliuag, Bulacan || Second SM Mall in Bulacan || |- | 34 || SM City Naga || || || || Naga, Camarines Sur || First SM Mall in Bicol Region || |- | 35 || SM Center Las Piñas || || || || Alabang-Zapote Road, Brgy. Pamplona Dos, Las Piñas || || |- | 36 || SM City Rosario || || || || Ger. Trias Drive, Brgy. Tejeros Convention, Rosario, Cavite || || |- | 37 || SM City Tarlac || || || || MacArthur Highway, Brgy. San Roque, Tarlac City, Tarlac || || |- | 38 || SM City San Pablo || || || || Maharlika Highway, Brgy. San Rafael, San Pablo, Laguna || Second SM Mall in Laguna
BPO Building to be constructed and to be finished by the 4th quarter of 2017. || |- | 39 || SM City Calamba || || || || Calamba, Laguna || Third SM Supermall in Laguna || |- | 40 || SM City Novaliches || || || || Quirino Highway, Brgy. San Bartolome, Novaliches, Quezon City || || |- | 41 || SM City Masinag || || || || Marcos Highway, Masinag, Brgy. Mayamot, Antipolo, Rizal || First SM Mall to name the Department Store to The SM Store and Second SM Mall along Marcos Highway|| |- | 42 || SM City Olongapo Downtown || (soft opening)
(grand opening) || || || Magsaysay Drive cor. Gordon Avenue, Olongapo || First SM Mall in Zambales
Built on the site of the former Olongapo City Mall and formerly known as "SM City Olongapo" (2011–2019) || |- | 43 || SM City Consolacion || || || || Cebu North Road, Consolacion, Cebu || || |- | 44 || SM City San Fernando Downtown || || || || Brgy. Sto. Rosario, San Fernando, Pampanga || Third SM Mall in Pampanga, Second SM Mall in San Fernando and the Smallest SM Mall in the Philippines in terms of land area || |- | 45 || SM City General Santos || || || || General Santos || First SM Mall in Soccsksargen || |- | 46 || SM Lanang Premier || || || || Lanang District, Davao City || First SM Mall under the "Premier" brand
Second SM Supermall in Davao || |- | 47 || SM Aura Premier || || || || Bonifacio Global City, Taguig || First Gold certified shopping mall in the Philippines by Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)
Second SM Supermall under the "Premier" brand|| |- | 48 || SM City BF Parañaque || || || || Dr. A. Santos Avenue cor. President's Avenue, Teoville Subdivision, Brgy. BF Homes, Parañaque || Third SM Mall in Parañaque || |- | 49 || SM City Cauayan || || || || Cauayan, Isabela || First SM Mall in Cagayan Valley || |- | 50 || SM Center Angono || || || || Manila East Road, Brgy. San Isidro, Angono, RizalWednesday, August 28, 2013. "SM Center Angono Groundbreaking"
Business Mirror
|| First SM "Center" Mall to anchor Savemore Market instead of SM Hypermarket || |- | 51 || SM Megacenter Cabanatuan || || || || Brgy. San Roque Norte, Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija || Originally opened as "Megacenter the Mall" in 1998 and the First SM Mall in Nueva Ecija || |- | 52 || SM City San Mateo || || || || Gen. Luna Avenue, Brgy. Ampid 1, San Mateo, Rizal || || |- | 53 || SM City Cabanatuan || || || || Brgy. Hermogenes Concepcion, Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija || Largest Mall in Central Luzon. || |- | 54 || SM Cherry Shaw || || TBA || || Shaw Boulevard, Pleasant Hills, Mandaluyong || First SM Supermall under the "SM Cherry" name after Cherry Foodarama was acquired by SM Group from Ong Family."SM to seal deal with Cherry Foodarama this June." June 24, 2015
Rappler
/ref> || |- | 55 || SM Center Sangandaan || || || SM Prime Holdings 2014 Results. p. 9
SM Prime Holdings
/ref> || Sangandaan, Caloocan || First SM "Center" Mall to anchor SM Supermarket || |- | 56 || SM Seaside City Cebu || || || || South Road Properties, Brgy. Mambaling, Cebu City || Largest Mall in the Philippines outside of Metro Manila || |- | 57 || SM City San Jose Del Monte || || || || Quirino Highway, Brgy. Tungkong Mangga, San Jose del Monte, Bulacan || || |- | 58 || SM City Trece Martires || || || || Trece Martires, Cavite || || |- | 59 || SM Cherry Congressional || || TBA || || Congressional Avenue, Bahay Toro, Quezon City || || |- | 60 || SM City East Ortigas || || TBA || || Ortigas Ave Ext, Brgy. Sta. Lucia, Pasig || Originally opened as "Ever Gotesco Ortigas" in 1995. First SM mall acquired from the Ever Gotesco group. || |- | 61 || SM CDO Downtown Premier || SM Prime Holdings Retail Bonds Prospectus 2014. p. 50
Philippine Dealing Exchange
/ref> || || Press Release
PDF auto-download; SM Prime Official Website; retrieved November 2, 2015.
|| Claro M. Recto Avenue cor Osmena Street, Cagayan de Oro || Largest SM Supermall in Mindanao
Third SM Supermall under the "Premier" brand || |- | 62 || S Maison at Conrad Manila || (relaunched as a SM Supermall) || TBA || || Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay, Metro Manila || Relaunched as the 62nd SM Supermall (although SM Cherry Antipolo opened first their supermarket area) and the second specialty mall, after The Podium, to be managed by SM Supermalls.|| |- | 63 || SM Cherry Antipolo || || TBA || || Marcos Highway, Antipolo, Rizal || Largest SM Cherry Mall || |- | 64 || SM City Puerto Princesa ||SM Prime Holdings Retail Bonds Prospectus 2014. p. 48
Philippine Dealing Exchange
/ref> || || || Puerto Princesa || First SM Mall in Mimaropa || |- | 65 || SM Center Tuguegarao Downtown || || || || Luna St. cor. Mabini St., Tuguegarao, Cagayan || First SM Mall in Cagayan || |- | 66 || SM Center Pulilan || || || || Pulilan, Bulacan || || |- | 67 || SM Center Lemery || || || SM Prime Holdings Offer Supplement 2017. p. 30-31
SM Prime Holdings, Inc.'s Application for Permit to Sell
/ref> || Lemery, Batangas || Third SM Mall In Batangas || |- | 68 || SM Center Imus || || || || NIA Road, Barangays Alapan I-C and Bucandala III, Imus, Cavite || Initially known as ''S-Mall Imus'' at the time of the start of construction of the mall in late April 2017 || |- | 69 || SM City Urdaneta Central || || || SMPH Investor Kit 2019. p. 13
/ref> || MacArthur Highway, Urdaneta, Pangasinan || Second SM Mall in Pangasinan || |- | 70 || SM City Telabastagan || || || || McArthur Highway, Barangay Telebastagan, San Fernando, Pampanga || Fourth SM Mall in Pampanga and Third SM Mall in San Fernando, Pampanga || |- | 71 || SM City Legazpi || || || ||Imelda Roces Avenue cor. Terminal Road, Legazpi, Albay ||Second SM Mall in Bicol Region and First SM Mall in Albay || |- | 72 || SM Center Ormoc || || || ||Real St., District 14, Ormoc || First SM Mall in Leyte and First SM Mall in Eastern Visayas|| |- | 73 || SM City Olongapo Central || || || || Rizal Avenue, Brgy. East Tapinac, Olongapo || Second SM Mall in Olongapo || |- | 74 || SM Center Dagupan || || || || M.H Del Pilar St. cor. Herrero St., Brgy. Herrero, Dagupan || Third SM Mall in Pangasinan and First SM Mall in Dagupan || |- | 75 || SM City Butuan || || {{Number table sorting|37,233SM Prime Holdings Retail Bonds Prospectus 2014. p. 49
Philippine Dealing Exchange
/ref> || {{Number table sorting|59,573|| Jose C. Aquino Ave., Brgy. Lapu-Lapu, Butuan{{cite web|url=http://manilastandardtoday.com/2013/08/26/sm-constructing-2-mindanao-malls/|title=SM constructing 2 Mindanao malls|work=Manilastandardtoday.com|access-date=2017-07-01 || First SM Mall in Caraga, and the only shopping mall in Asia to be established in 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic || |- | 76 || SM City Mindpro || {{sort|2020|8 Dec 2020 (soft opening) || {{Number table sorting|13,078 || {{Number table sorting|59,383 || La Purisima St. cor. Campaner St., Brgy. Zone III, Zamboanga City || Originally opened as "Mindpro Citimall" in 1996, First SM Mall in Zamboanga Peninsula, First SM Mall to anchor a locally owned supermarket, "Mindpro Supermarket" (an affiliate of SM Markets) and the SM Mall to owned, managed and operated by SM Prime (70%) and Mindpro Retail, Inc. (30%) || |-

SMDC malls

{| class="wikitable sortable" |- ! Name !! class="unsortable" |Location |- | SMDC Sun Mallhttps://www.smsupermalls.com/mall-directory/smdc/ | Welcome Rotonda, Quezon City |- | SMDC Light Mall | EDSA-Boni, Mandaluyong |- | SMDC Breeze Mall | Roxas Boulevard, Pasay |- | SMDC Grace Mall | Taguig |- | SMDC Jazz Mall | Makati |- | SMDC Green Mall | Taft Avenue, Manila |- | SMDC M Place Mall | Mother Ignacia cor. Panay Avenue, Quezon City |- | SMDC The Strip @ Shore Residences | Mall of Asia Complex, Bay City, Pasay |- | SMDC The Strip @ Wind Residences | Tagaytay |- | SMDC The Strip @ Berkeley Residences | |- | SMDC The Strip @ Blue Residences | |- | SMDC The Strip @ Blue 2 Residences | |- | SMDC The Strip @ Grass Residences | SM City North EDSA Complex, Quezon City |- | SMDC The Strip @ Princeton Residences | Aurora Boulevard, Quezon City |- | SMDC The Strip @ Sea Residences | Mall of Asia Complex, Bay City, Pasay |- | SMDC The Strip @ Shell Residences | Mall of Asia Complex, Bay City, Pasay |- | SMDC The Strip @ Shine Residences | Ortigas, Pasig |- | SMDC The Strip @ Shore 2 Residences | Mall of Asia Complex, Bay City, Pasay |- | SMDC The Strip @ Trees Residences | Quirino Highway, Quezon City |- | SMDC The Strip @ Mezza Residences | Quirino Highway, Quezon City

Other malls

{| class="wikitable sortable" style="font-size:90%;" |- ! Name !! style="width:100pt;"| Opening Date !! class="unsortable" |Location |- | The Podium || August 2002 || ADB Avenue, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong |- | SM Savemore Nagtahan || TBA || |- | SM Savemore Tacloban ||November 20, 2014 || |- | SM Savemore Malabon ||TBA|| |- | SM By The Bay || 2011 || Seaside Boulevard, Mall of Asia Complex, Bay City, Pasay |- | SM Hypermarket Sucat-Lopez || 2012 || Dr. Arcadio Santos Avenue, Brgy. San Isidro, Parañaque |- | SM Savemore Apalit ||August 29, 2011 || MacArthur Highway, Apalit, Pampanga |- | SM MarketMall Dasmariñas ||December 11, 2011 || |- | SM Hypermarket Lapu-Lapu ||February 26, 2017 || |- | SM Savemart Bacacay || June 9, 2020 || Marbella Street corner Magsaysay Avenue, Barangay 5, Bacacay, Albay |-

Future malls

Under construction or proposed SM Malls in ''bold italics'' are those included in SM Prime's latest offer supplement.{{Cite web|url=https://docs.google.com/viewer?url=https://smprime.com/sites/default/files/investor_relations/SMPH%2520Bonds%2520T4%2520-%2520Final%2520Offer%2520Supplement_Filed_0.pdf|title=SMPH Series J Bonds: Final Offer Supplement|last=SM Prime|website=smprime.com|access-date=2019-05-22 The given number is merely for counting purposes. {| class="wikitable sortable" |- ! No. !! Name !! Opening Date!! Land area (m2)!! Floor area (m2) !! Status !! class="unsortable" |Location |- |1||''SM City Daet''|| 2021 || 51,208|| 49,898|| Under construction ||Vinzons Ave., Brgy. Lag-On, Daet, Camarines Norte |- |2||''SM City Bataan''|| 2021 || 46,145|| 55,595|| Under construction || Calero Street, Brgy. Ibayo, Balanga, Bataan |- |3||''SM City Roxas''|| 2021 || 109,309|| 40,833|| Under construction || Arnaldo Blvd., Brgy. Baybay, Roxas, Capiz |- |4||''SM City Sorsogon''|| 2021|| 132,003 || 66,728|| Under construction ||Maharlika Highway, Brgy. Balogo, Sorsogon City, Sorsogon |- |5||''SM City Grand Central''|| 2021|| 22,902 || 102,790|| Under construction || Rizal Ave. Ext. cor. Bustamante St., Caloocan |- |6||''SM City Tanza''|| 2021 || 82,268||45,029|| Under Construction ||Antero Soriano Highway, Brgy. Daang Amaya, Tanza, Cavite |- |7||''SM City Tuguegarao''|| 2021|| 141,404 || 63,632|| Under construction || Bagay Road, Brgy. Caritan, Tuguegarao, Cagayan |- |8 |SM City Gerona |2022 | | |Under construction |McArtuhur Highway, Brgy. Poblacion 3, Gerona, Tarlac |- |8||''SM City Tagum''|| TBA || 36,965 || 51,935|| Planned || Brgy. Magugpo, Tagum, Davao del Norte |- |9||''SM City Malolos''{{cite news|url=http://manilastandard.net/business/corporate/256834/sm-prime-building-21-new-malls.html|title=SM Prime building 21 new malls|author=Austria, Jenniffer B.|work=Manila Standard|date= January 21, 2018|| TBA || 137,812|| 79,923|| Planned || McArthur Highway, Brgy Dakila, Malolos, Bulacan |- |10||''SM City Laoag''|| TBA || 102,293|| 61,256|| Planned || Brgy. Nangalisan B and Brgy. Nalbo, Laoag, Ilocos Norte |- |11||''SM City La Union''|| TBA || TBA || 58,864|| Planned || San Fernando Bypass Road Brgy. Biday, San Fernando, La Union |- |12||''SM City Commonwealth''|| TBA || TBA || TBA|| Planned ||Commonwealth Avenue, Quezon City |- |13||''SM City Mindoro''|| TBA|| TBA|| TBA|| Planned || Oriental Mindoro |- |14||''SM City Zamboanga''|| TBA|| TBA|| TBA|| Planned || Brgy. Camino Nuevo, Zamboanga City |- |15||''SM Center Moonwalk Parañaque''|| TBA || TBA || TBA || Planned || Brgy. Moonwalk, Parañaque |- |16||''SM City Naga 2''{{cite web|url=https://smprime.com/sites/default/files/investor_relations/SMPH%20Bonds%20T4%20-%20Offer%20Supplement_Filed_with%20AFS.pdf|format=PDF|title=SM PRIME HOLDINGS, INC. : OFFER SUPPLEMENT|website=Smprime.com|access-date=1 September 2019|| TBA || TBA || TBA || Planned ||Naga, Camarines Sur |- |17||''SM Center San Pedro''{{cite web|url=https://www.smprime.com/sites/default/files/investor_relations/Offer%20Supplement.pdf|format=PDF|title=SM PRIME HOLDINGS, INC. : OFFER SUPPLEMENT|website=Smprime.com|access-date=12 December 2019|| TBA || TBA || TBA || Planned || San Pedro, Laguna |- |18||''SM Center North Davao''|| TBA || TBA || TBA|| Planned ||Davao City |- |19||''SM City Santo Tomas''|| TBA || TBA || TBA|| Planned || Santo Tomas, Batangas |- |20||''SM City San Jose''|| TBA || TBA || TBA|| Planned || San Jose, Nueva Ecija |- |21||''SM Center North Caloocan''|| TBA || TBA || TBA|| Planned ||Caloocan |- |22||''SM Center Camiling''|| TBA || TBA || TBA|| Planned ||Camiling, Tarlac |- |23||''SM City Jaro''|| TBA || TBA || TBA|| Planned ||Jaro, Iloilo City |- |24||''SM Santa Rosa Yulo Premier''|| TBA || TBA || TBA || Planned || Santa Rosa, Laguna |- |25||''SM Center Deparo''|| TBA || TBA || TBA || Planned || Caloocan |-

China

{{location map+ |China |float=right |height=|width=260 |caption=Locations of SM Supermalls in China. Note that precise coordinate data are only available for Xiamen, Chengdu and Suzhou malls.|places= {{location map~ |China |marksize=6 |lat=24.5010 |long=118.1269 |label=Xiamen |position=right {{location map~ |China |marksize=6 |lat=24.7817 |long=118.5524 |label=Jinjiang |position=left {{location map~ |China |marksize=6 |lat=30.6777 |long=104.1097 |label=Chengdu |position=right {{location map~ |China |marksize=6 |lat=31.2167 |long=120.5928 |label=Suzhou |position=right {{location map~ |China |marksize=6 |lat=29.4316 |long=106.9123 |label=Chongqing |position=left {{location map~ |China |marksize=6 |lat=36.8135 |long=118.0550 |label=Zibo |position=right {{location map~ |China |marksize=6 |lat=39.3434 |long=117.3616 |label=Tianjin |position=right {| class="wikitable sortable" style="font-size:90%;" |- ! No. !! Name !! style="width:100pt;"| Opening Date!! style="width:95pt;"| Land area (m2)!! style="width:95pt;"| Floor area (m2) !! class="unsortable"|Location !! style="width:300pt;"| Remarks |- | 1 || SM City Xiamen ||{{sort|2001|13 Dec 2001 || 104,000 || {{Number table sorting|238125{{cite news|last1=Gonzales|first1=Iris|title=SM Prime looks at existing malls in China|url=http://www.philstar.com/business/2016/11/14/1643416/sm-prime-looks-existing-malls-china|access-date=26 January 2018|work=The Philippine Star|date=14 November 2016 || Xiamen, Fujian || Initially opened as a department store. Later expanded in 2009 with the opening of the SM Lifestyle Center.{{cite news|last1=Dumlao-Abadilla|first1=Doris|title=SM stepping up China expansion|url=http://business.inquirer.net/219361/sm-stepping-china-expansion|access-date=26 January 2018|work=Philippine Daily Inquirer|date=14 November 2016 |- | 2 || SM City Jinjiang || {{sort|2005|26 Nov 2005 || 115,000 || {{Number table sorting|167830 || Quanzhou, Fujian || |- | 3 || SM City Chengdu || {{sort|2006|20 Oct 2006 || 48,000 || {{Number table sorting|166665 || Chengdu, Sichuan || |- | 4 || SM City Suzhou || {{sort|2011|23 Sep 2011 || 41,000 || {{Number table sorting|72552 || Chengdu, Sichuan || |- | 5 || SM City Chongqing || {{sort|2012|14 Dec 2012 || – || {{Number table sorting|149429 ||Yubei District, Chongqing || |- | 6 || SM City Zibo || {{sort|2015|19 Sep 2015 || {{Number table sorting|72000 || {{Number table sorting|152093 || Zibo, Shandong || |- | 7 || SM City Tianjin ||{{sort|2016|17 Dec 2016 || {{Number table sorting|436000 || {{Number table sorting|321641 || Tianjin || The third largest mall in the world based on GLA. |-


eSports


SM Supermalls have also become a place for esports tournaments for games such as Mobile Legends: Bang Bang with its SM Cyberzone launching MLBB Tournaments in ever SM Supermall around the country. Mobile Legends: Bang Bang LIGA2KONTRIBIDA with Nadine Lustre as a brand ambassador was held at SM City North EDSA and SM Mall of Asia. SM City Cebu hosted Cyberzone Game Fest 2019 with a Mobile Legends tournament.{{Cite news|url=https://www.sunstar.com.ph/article/1802829|title=SM Cyberzone Game Fest comes to Cebu|work=SunStar|publisher=SunStar Publishing Inc.

References

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External links

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