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Galerías Coapa

Galerías Coapa

 

The Galerías Coapa is one of those shopping malls that redefined its entire neighborhood, if not the very region. Opened in 1992, it’s been a commercial center for the entire area ever since. Coapa remains a bit upscale, and that’s in no small measure because of its classy mall.

Badly damaged in the 2017 earthquakes, there was a time when experts thought it could be demolished. Today it’s again a prime part of the 25-or-so Galerías shopping centers run by the Liverpool Group. It was closed for more than a year after the earthquakes, but its comeback has probably inspired the area, if not just shoppers, ever since.

The Coapa neighborhood(s) developed from a few old and very famous haciendas. In more recent times, busy avenues led to the growth of a commercial district. It’s a must-stop for residents in the southeast of  Coyoacán. But it’s come to redefine this stretch of northern Tlalpan, too.

Rather small in appearance, the Galerías Coapa somehow provides a home to about 130 retailers. That number includes some good chain restaurants and service providers. But as an upscale neighborhood shopping center, it’s not a bad place to find oneself. The shopping mall is just a few minutes walk south from the Alameda del Sur park. It’s about a half-hour-walk from the Textitlán stop on the Xochimilco Light Rail.

How to get here

Nearby

Parque Salvador Allende

Nearest at 0.51 kms.

Biblioteca Vicente Guerrero

Nearest at 0.82 kms.

Alameda del Sur

Nearest at 0.83 kms.

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