Friday, November 11, 2011

Paseo Interlomas now open!

Paseo Interlomas is finally open. I have been following on this project since 2008, long before any construction was made and the final project decided on. Now Paseo Interlomas has been opened and it looks great. Well not all the stores are opened yet, but the ones opened are nice.

The mall includes three main stores, Liverpool, El Palacio de Hierro, and Sears. There is also cinemas, an ice rink, a food court, and a restaurant area. There are 110,000 square meters of retail area with 229 locals. The mall interior has wood highlights, very good natural illumination and ample spaces. The exterior has three elements that catch the eye: the restaurant area is covered with wood-like paneling and has terraces for the smoking areas of the restaurants; El Palacio de Hierro looks like a giant slab of black granite (think 2001: Space Odyssey) with a video screen on one corner; but the most intriguing design is the one of Liverpool, its facade is made of 7,5000 unique stainless steel panels that gives the illusion of the flow of the cars. The exterior of Liverpool was designed by the team of Rojkind Architects.

Here is also a bird's eye view of the mall, from the twitter account of Rojkind Architects:

Bellow I have compiled a list of the stores that are expected to open in Paseo Interlomas:

Update: I'll update the list as I know of more stores in the mall and which ones are open.

Department stores
Liverpool open
El Palacio de Hierro open
Sears open

Fashion and accessories
3 Styk open
Accesorize open 
Adidas open
Aldo Conti open
Baby Upscale open
Bari Swimwear open
Bebe open
Bershka open
Bizarro open
Brantano open
Brooks Brothers open
Calvin Klein Underwear open
Campanita open
Capa de Ozono open
Catimini open
Claire’s
Coach open
Converse open
Cristal Joyas open
Crocs open
D´Love open
DC Shoes open
Dic & Co open
Express
Ferrioni open
Flexi open
Forever 21
Gap
Georgie Boy open
Gocco open
Guess open
Guvier open
Innova Sport open
Ivonne open
H&M
Hugo Boss open
Joyerias Bizarro
Julio open
Kiehl's
Lacoste open
LOB open
Mango open
Marc Jacobs open
María Isabel open
Massimo Dutti open
Merrell open
Moravy open
Nanos open
Nicholas open
Nike open
Nine West open
Oysho open
Pandora open
Payless Shoe Source open
Pepe Jeans open
Pink open
Prada open
Pull & Bear open
Quarry Jeans open
Quicksilver open
Rapsodia open
Roberts open
Scapinno open
Sexy Jeans open
Shana open
Shasa open
Soley open
Springfield open
Steve Madden open
Sunglass Island open
Tanya Moss open
Tommy Hilfiger open
Tous open
The Athlete's foot open
United Colors of Benetton open
Uterqüe open
Via Uno open
Vanity open
Vince Camuto open
Yedid open
Zara open
Zingara Swimwear open

Restaurants and food 
100% Natural open
2 YU open
50 Friends
Arrachera House open
El Bajio open
Burger King open
La Buena Tierra open
El Califa
Chilim Balam open
Chili’s open
China Bistro open
The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf open
Giornale open
Häagen Dazs open
Italianni's
Johnny Rockets
Loma Linda
La Mansion
McDonald’s open
The Melting Pot
Nuny's Yogurt open
Nutrisa open
Olive Garden
P.F. Chang’s China Bistro open
Sbarro open
Sixties open
Suntory open

Services and others

A-Movil open
Banamex open
Build-A-Bear Workshop open
Centro de Atención a Clientes Telcel open
CI Banco open
Cinépolis (15 screens, 10 regular, 5 VIP) open
Crate & Barrel
Devlyn open
Enrique Bricker open
Faces open
GNC open
Honey & Nails open
Imaginarium open
iShop
Iusacell open
Ixe open
Juguetibici open
Kipling open
L'Occitane open
Le Sportsac open
MAC open
Maskota open
Martí open
Mobica open
Ottica Micromega open 
Petland open
La Pista de Hielo open
Radio Shack open
La Ruta de las Indias open
Sally Beauty open 
Sanborn’s
Sephora open
Sports World open
Steren open
Sunglass open 
The Perfume Kingdom open
TUY open
Visual Tendence open
Zara Home open

My previous posts on the subject: Paseo Interlomas, a new mall in the neighborhood and Follow up to Paseo Interlomas mall.

8 comments:

Harry said...

Buscando información sobre este nuevo centro comercial me salió tu post!! como en tercer lugar en google!

Miguel Velasco said...

Si, como he informado desde el 2008 del centro comercial estoy bien ubicado en google (estuve mucho tiempo en lugar no 1 jaja)

corbusier said...

Thanks for the update! It's interesting to see how this project has continued to change after six years (initial design for the mall was begun in 2005 at RTKL in Dallas).

Liverpool looks spectacular, and Palacio de Hierro is impressive, but the mall has been compromised a bit. There was obviously another architect hired after RTKL's involvement to redesign certain parts, especially at the restaurant terraces as well as the interiors. Judging from the first few pictures I've seen, RTKL's overall design concepts and massing were maintained, but the details and finishes have been greatly simplified. Still, it's a very nice project, and I'm proud to have been a part of it.

corbusier said...

Thanks for the update! It's interesting to see how this project has continued to change after six years (initial design for the mall was begun in 2005 at RTKL in Dallas).

Liverpool looks spectacular, and Palacio de Hierro is impressive, but the mall has been compromised a bit. There was obviously another architect hired after RTKL's involvement to redesign certain parts, especially at the restaurant terraces as well as the interiors. Judging from the first few pictures I've seen, RTKL's overall design concepts and massing were maintained, but the details and finishes have been greatly simplified. Still, it's a very nice project, and I'm proud to have been a part of it.

Janell said...

The parking lot at this mall is awful. You have to go up to go down (to leave) and then you have to leave the garage and go back into it so you can exit the mall. My husband went to a movie there a few weeks ago and the elevator was broke so he couldn't get back to the level where he parked his car. After a long time and with a few other people, they had to take some set of service stairs to find their cars. Just take good notes as to where you park your car :)

Miguel Velasco said...

Janell,

Thanks for visiting and commenting. Yes, the mall doesn't win an award on parking design, but it start to make sense as you use it more.

Regarding the elevator problem this is due as the mall is still unfinished and has some problems with infrastructure. I'm sure they will fix it, just give them some time.

Mike Tame said...

Hola Miguel
Muy interesate la información que pones, segun habia visto los directorios interactivos del centro comercial tambien van a abrir un 50 Friends, sabes si es correcto esto? Tambien me brinca que no hayan abierto un starbucks! Sabes si lo van a abrir?

Saludos

Harry said...

A los que diseñaron/construyeron el estacionamiento.... por favor salúdenme a sus jefas este 10 de Mayo... Y TODOS LOS DÍAS DE SU VIDA