SM City Tanza
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SM City Tanza Facade
Coordinates14°23′29″N 120°51′03″E / 14.3915°N 120.8508°E / 14.3915; 120.8508Coordinates: 14°23′29″N 120°51′03″E / 14.3915°N 120.8508°E / 14.3915; 120.8508
AddressAntero Soriano Highway corner Dr. Solis St., Daang Amaya 2, Tanza, Cavite, Philippines
Opening dateOctober 14, 2022; 28 days ago (2022-10-14)
DeveloperSM Prime Holdings
ManagementSM Prime Holdings
OwnerHenry Sy Jr.
ArchitectAsya Design
No. of stores and services200+
No. of anchor tenants11
Total retail floor area60,029 m2 (646,150 sq ft)
No. of floors2
Public transit accessBus interchange  26  Tanza

SM City Tanza is a shopping mall owned by SM Prime Holdings. It is the seventh SM Supermall to be opened in Cavite and 80th in the country.[2] It is located along Antero Soriano Highway corner Dr. Solis Street, Daang Amaya 2, Tanza, Cavite. It has a land area of 8.67 hectares (21.4 acres) and a total gross floor area of 60,029 m2 (646,150 sq ft), making it the fourth largest shopping mall in the province after SM City Trece Martires. The two-story mall opened with 89% of the available space leased.[1][3]


SM Supermalls, a subsidiary of SM Prime, the largest mall operator in the country, since 2014 is negotiating with other land owners nearby Antero Soriano Highway in Barangay Daang Amaya 2 on their plan to build a new SM Mall in the town. Clearing operations and fencing of the SM City Tanza site was started from 2018 until the construction was started in May 2020. Mall blessing and ribbon-cutting ceremony held on October 13, a day before the mall grand opening on October 14, 2022, making it the seventh SM Supermall in Cavite and 80th in the country.[4]

Prior to its opening, during his speech at the 108th Tanza Day. Mayor Yuri A. Pacumio, said approximately five months before the mall's opening that he "can’t wait for the opening of the new SM" as the mall would bring both new shopping options and job opportunities for residents.[5]

In June 2022, around 1,000 senior citizens and persons with disabilities from Tanza sought jobs at the mall during a recruitment event. Mayor Pacumio said that 80% of the jobs were expected to be filled by Tanza residents.[6]



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The two-story and nearly 60,000 m2 (650,000 sq ft) mall's design was inspired by the chief means of livelihood in Tanza, which were farming and fishing, as well by the nearby beach resorts along the coastline. Symbolizing warmth from the colors of the boats and the serenity of the sea, SM City Tanza's interiors have been configured in an L-shaped layout and provided with natural clerestory light that stretched across the mall area, including the Cyberzone.

The ceiling was accented with curvilinear cove-light lines that depicted the ripples of the sea. The mall also has a 1,500 m2 (16,000 sq ft) events center, which was for activities and exhibits. It also featured a lush, landscaped indoor area, providing the mall with places to relax, shop and dine.


Tenants include SMSTORE, SMSUPERMARKET, Ace Hardware, SMAPPLIANCE CENTER, Watsons, Pet Express, Miniso, Uniqlo, Crocs, Surplus and Banco De Oro.[1]. The mall will have five cinemas which includes the SM Event Screen, the first SM Mall to have it.[1]


  1. ^ a b c d "SM Prime Holdings to open 7th SM Mall in Cavite as economy improves". Business World. October 13, 2022. Retrieved October 13, 2022.
  2. ^ Cabuag, V. G. (2022-10-12). "SM to unveil new mall in Tanza, Cavite - BusinessMirror". Retrieved 2022-10-13.
  3. ^ "89% of SM City Tanza's available space awarded". Malaya Business Insight. October 13, 2022. Retrieved October 13, 2022.
  4. ^ Neil (2022-10-12). "SM Prime Holdings to open seventh SM Mall in Cavite as economy improves". BusinessWorld Online. Retrieved 2022-10-13.
  5. ^ "SM Tanza to open in October". South Luzon Retrieved October 12, 2022.
  6. ^ Abrina, Dennis (June 25, 2022). "Tanza hires seniors and pwds". Manila Times. Retrieved October 12, 2022.