Future Park Rangsit

Future Park Rangsit (Thai: ฟิวเจอร์พาร์ค รังสิต; formerly known as Future Park Plaza Rangsit) is one of Asia's largest malls, located on Phahonyothin Road in Pathum Thani.[2] The area is a gateway to the provinces of central, northern and northeastern Thailand. Covering 280,000 square feet (26,000 m2), Future Park Rangsit opened on March 17, 1995.

Future Park Rangsit
รังสิต - panoramio.jpg
Beside the mall
LocationThanyaburi, Pathum Thani, Thailand
Coordinates13°59′22″N 100°37′5″E / 13.98944°N 100.61806°E / 13.98944; 100.61806Coordinates: 13°59′22″N 100°37′5″E / 13.98944°N 100.61806°E / 13.98944; 100.61806
Address94, Phahonyothin Rd, Prachathipat Sub-District
Opening dateMarch 17, 1995
DeveloperThe Wanglee family, Rangsit Plaza Company Limited
ManagementRangsit Plaza Company Limited
OwnerRangsit Plaza Company Limited
No. of stores and services900+
No. of anchor tenants14
Total retail floor area280,000 m2 (3,000,000 sq ft) (net)[1]
No. of floors5
Websitefuturepark.co.th

The mall houses are more than 70 restaurants and food outlets, eight major banks and financial institutions, a post office and outlets for all phone networks and mobile phone service providers. Entertainment options include multiplex cinemas and D-Cine private theaters, which feature karaoke and on-demand movies as needed.

Anchor tenants in the plaza include:

The three largest tenants alone occupy 15 acres (61,000 m2) of Future Park Rangsit—the 6-acre (24,000 m2) Home Pro, the 2-acre (8,100 m2) Major Cineplex and the 4-acre (16,000 m2) Index Living Mall.

In total the Future Park Rangsit City and adjacent superstores occupy a total area of 68 acres (280,000 m2). The huge complex currently has 120,000 shoppers on weekdays and 150,000 on weekends.[3]

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  1. ^ http://www.futurepark.co.th/futurepf/property_detail.html
  2. ^ http://www.bangkok.com/shopping-mall/index.html#future-park-rangsit-bangkok
  3. ^ บริหารแบบ 360 องศา สไตล์ ‘พิมพ์ผกา หวั่งหลี’ วิกฤติคือความท้าท้าย คู่แข่งมีไว้ลับสมอง. Thairath (in Thai). 29 November 2015. Retrieved 18 December 2018.