Crescent Mall

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Crescent Mall

Crescent Mall is a shopping mall in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, located at Phú Mỹ Hưng planned city in District 7. The mall has an area of 112,000 m2 (1,210,000 sq ft) that consists of 200 stores, a supermarket, cinema, restaurants, cafes, and gaming stadium. The mall was designed by Tan Gek Meng, and developed and owned by Phu My Hung Corporation. The mall design incorporates the concept of ruyi, which is said to bring good luck and fortune. The mall's current anchor tenant is Co.opmart, while previous anchors of the mall include Giant and Auchan.

The initial concept of Crescent Mall was first unveiled on 9 April 2008 by Phu My Hung Corporation. Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, and Design International were chosen as the master planners for Crescent Mall, with KORN Architekten, a German-based architecture firm, and KYTA Architects, a Singaporean-based architecture firm as designers for the mall. Architect Tan Gek Meng designed the building. The manager and leasing agent was Savills. The elevators and escalators were provided by Schindler and installed by Jardine Matheson.

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