Skärholmen Centrum

Local nameSkärholmens Centrum
LocationSveriges Landskap, Sweden

Skärholmen Centrum, also known and contracted as SKHLM, is a shopping center located in the Skärholmen borough of Stockholm in Sweden. The mall has a total gross leasable area of 98,000 m2, including of public services, and is anchored by ICA, Systembolaget, H&M and Åhléns. It was inaugurated in 1968 by Prince Bertil, Duke of Halland and has been refurbished a number of times, most notably in 2008, when it was reopened by King Carl XVI Gustav. It's one of five malls owned by the Grosvenor Group in Sweden, and attracts approximately 14 million visitors annually, with an annual turnover of SEK 2 billion.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skärholmen_Centrum

Official Website https://www.skhlm.se/

Address 11 Storholmsgatan, Stockholm 12748, Sweden

Coordinates 59°16'30.77" N 17°54'26.803" E

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