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|This article does not cite any references or sources. (February 2008)|
|Location||Surrey, British Columbia, Canada|
|Address||10153 King George Blvd, Surrey, BC, Canada|
|No. of stores and services||132|
|No. of anchor tenants||5|
|No. of floors||2 (mall), 26 (mall and office tower combined)|
Central City Shopping Centre (formerly known as Surrey Place Mall) is a shopping mall and office tower complex in Whalley, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada, which is owned by Blackwood Partners Management Corporation. It is near Surrey Central Station of the SkyTrain system in the Whalley neighbourhood. It was designed by Bing Thom Architects.
It is the second largest mall in Surrey, smaller than Guildford Town Centre and larger than Semiahmoo Shopping Centre. The mall was constructed in the 1960s and it became Surrey's first enclosed shopping mall. The mall signaled the growing predominance of that district as Surrey's predominant shopping area. The construction of the Port Mann Bridge and Guildford Town Centre began to challenge the mall's position as a dominant shopping centre. By the 1990s the downfall became great and the mall had loss a lot of its foot traffic and stores became unrented. In 2000 the shopping centre went through major renovations and was upgraded by 2003 adjoining Simon Fraser University (known as SFU Surrey) Campus and an office tower. Notable retailers include Best Buy, Shoppers Drug Mart, T & T Supermarket, Zellers, Future Shop, The Brick, Bed Bath & Beyond, Winners and Tim Hortons. It is home to educational institutions, including, Stenberg College, Universal Learning Institute, Vancouver Career College and Westwood College. The eSecureData.com data center is also located in the Central City complex. Its office tower at 112 m (367 ft) is the tallest building in Surrey. The Shopping Centre itself is 57,400 m2 (617,500 sq ft) while the tower and podium rakes in an additional 52,900 m2 (569,800 sq ft).
Public transit buses in Surrey, operated by TransLink, stop across from the Shopping Centre, at Surrey Central Station, connecting with routes to the following Surrey neighborhoods: Fleetwood, Guildford, Newton and Cloverdale. A few routes also operate to Langley City, Langley Township and White Rock.
The Central City Tower has appeared in several films and television shows. It has appeared in the beginning of the movie Fantastic Four and also stood in for the LuthorCorp headquarters in season three of Smallville. It was shown in the movies Firewall, Alone in the Dark, I, Robot, Catwoman, and television shows, including Painkiller Jane.