Capitol Shopping Center

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Capitol Shopping Center

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Location</th><td> Altunizade, ?stanbul, Turkey
Opening date September 18, 2003
(re-opening)
Developed by Mesa - Türsoy
Land area (m²) 67,000
Total enclosed area (m²) 270,000
Gross leasable area (m²) 31,000
Market (m²) Migros (2,119)
Number of stores 157
Number of FF/Rest/Cafe 24
Anchor tenants (m²) Boyner (5,802)
Homestore (640)
Koton (514)
Mango (519)
Marks&Spencer (940)
Mudo City (642)
Entertainment 14 movie halls (1,705 seats)
Kids play ground
Parking lot capacity 1,400
Homepage www.capitol.com.tr

Capitol Shopping Center, opened 1993 in Altunizade quarter of Üsküdar, is the first modern big shopping mall on the Asian part of Istanbul, Turkey.

Built on 6 floors and covering an area of 73,000 m², the shopping complex houses 157 retail stores, a department store and an MMM Migros supermarket, 8 movie theaters, fast food restaurants, cafeterias, bowling alley and entertainment center. It houses also Capitol Radio, a private radio station broadcasting from the complex. It has an open air and covered parking lot. Several cafes are located in the area around a huge central spring fountain.

The mall is visited by 1 million people monthly.Template:Citation needed Visitors are mainly from the east bank districts of the city.

Since 1999, the shopping mall offers its visitors a courtesy card, which entitles the holders special discounts in the stores.

Capitol Shopping Center also has a movie theatre which has 14 different parts. It is one of the biggest and most modern movie theatres in Istanbul.

See also

  • List of shopping malls in Istanbul
  • Capitol Shopping Centre Cardiff

References

  • From the Grand Bazaar to the modern shopping centers in Turkey. Turkish Council of Shopping Centers & Retailers (AMPD)Template:Citation needed

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