Buy in Medellín

West Zone

Urban and commercial development

Being a highly residential area, over the years it has been consolidating as one of the most commercial and leisure sectors of the city, since its perimeter is the Atanasio Girardot stadium and the famous street 70, site for the meeting and the rumba.

Here you will find the offer commercial and services of the main shopping centers of western Medellín, as well as its location and way of arriving: Unicentro, Los Molinos, Florida, El Diamante, Obelisco and Viva Laureles.

Unicentro Medellìn

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 It is located in front of the campus of the   Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana (U.P.B).  AdressCarrera 66B #34A-76.                      Phone:(4) 350 70 50.            Web: http://www.unicentromedellin.com.co

Unicentro

It has for the inhabitants of the neighborhoods San Joaquín, Laureles, Belén Fátima and Conquistadores, a commercial offer with more than 270 stores, with Éxito as anchor.

With a total area of ​​91,000 m2, it also has 16 offices and 1,138 parking spaces. Today, it has a unique Games area thanks to Happyland Park, a leading family entertainment center in Latin America.

In 2013, it began its transformation and managed to position itself as a vanguardist, youthful and unique commercial proposal.

location

How to get there: The following bus routes are available: Comercial Hotelera (304), Circular Coonatra (300 and 301), Belén Las Playas (170), Belén Rincón (176) and Laureles (191 and 192).

 

Los Molinos

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Address: Calle 30 A #82 A-26.                Phone: 238 35 05.                    Web: https://www.losmolinos.com.co

Los Molinos

Located in the Southwest of the city, near the University of Medellin, it opened its doors on May 10, 2006, becoming the first semi-thematic shopping center in Colombia.

After the extension of 2011, it currently has 180 commercial premises in 153,000 m2.

It has a wide range of products and services for its customers, with Éxito Vecino and Homecenter as its anchor stores. It has 1,800 parking cells.

Location

How to get there: Metroplús (Los Alpes Station) and the Coonatra Circular bus routes (300 and 301), Circular Sur (302 and 303), Santra Belén (315 and 316) and Belén Parque (176).

 

Florida

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It was built on the land occupied by the       company Confecciones Colombia (Everfit).       Adress: Calle 71 #65 – 150.                           Phone: (4) 520 28 80.           Web: https://www.floridapc.co

Florida

 

With 67,600 m2 and 204 commercial premises, it opened its doors on may 7, 2013 behind Cerro El Volador.

Since then it has been serving, with commerce, food and entertainment, more than 700,000 people living in the 67 neighborhoods near the protection hill.

Its commercial offer includes stores of accessories, footwear and leather goods, tourism, home, toys, health and beauty, vehicles, financial services, clothing, technology and department stores, among others.

Location

How to get there: Metro (Hospital station, integrated routes 254 y, 254-IB and route 254-I from Universidad station). The Transportes Medellín bus routes (282, 283, 284, 289 and 402), Robledo (260) and the Ruta de la Salud (308). In the north-south direction by 65, the routes: Florencia, Gratamira, Lopez de Mesa, Castilla and Boyaca Las Brisas.

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It is close to the Fourth Army Brigade and the       Atanasio Girardot Sports Unit.                  Address: Calle 51 #73-134.                                    Phone: (4) 230 94 67.    Web: https://www.ccdiamante.com/

El Diamante

 

Opened its doors on november 19, 1979, with 120 occupied premises, becoming a pioneer to be located in the west of Medellin, until that time reserved as a residential sector and sports activities, for its proximity to the Atanasio Girardot stadium.

In the 80s it was positioned as the ideal to acquire the latest in fashion, appliances and toys, among other products.

Today is also a reference for the purchase of perfumery, tennis and optical products.

Location

How to get there: The bus routes Transportes Medellín (282 and 402), Robledo (250, 250A and 251), Floresta Estadio (241 and 242), Santra Belén (316), Calazans Boston (310) and the Ruta de la Salud (308).

Obelisco

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  Address: Carrera 74 # 48-37.                  Phone: (4) 230 59 52.                        Web: https://www.obelisco.com.co

Obelisco

It opens its doors on september 26, 1990, with 120 stores where you can get a variety of imported products.

It also has food areas, cashier and more than 400 free parking. It is the only shopping center in Medellin where you can buy on credit.

It is very close to the Atanasio Girardot Sports Unit and near the Estadio and Floresta stations of the Medellín Metro.

 

Location

How to get there: Metro (Stadium station) and the Floresta Stadium bus routes (241 and 242), Santra Belén (316), and the Ruta de la Salud (308).

Viva Laureles

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Address: Carrera 81# 37-100.                        Phone: (4) 414 33 33.  Web: https://www.ccviva.com/laureles

Viva Laureles

 

Opened in 2012 in the Laureles neighborhood, it has an area of ​​40,900 m2 and 77 stores offering a mix of major brands.

The anchor store is the Éxito hypermarket and also has banks and financial services, home and decoration, fashion and accessories, services and specialties, as well as a complete food area.

These shopping centers are developed, operated and marketed by Inmobiliaria Éxito throughout the country.

Location

How to get there: They serve the Laureles bus routes (191 and 193), Coonatra Circular (300 and 301), Circular Sur (302 and 303) and Santra Belén (316).