Lugano Shopping Centre

Centro Lugano Sud

Centro Lugano Sud is the leading shopping centre in Tessin (the only Italian speaking canton), anchored by IKEA Store, Coop and Media Markt. 

It is located in the municipality of Grancia, which lies alongside the A2 highway, with an excellent access to Lugano city center and all the other cities in Tessin.

Centro Lugano Sud’s tenant mix, composed by 50 stores, offers a wide range of categories, mainly fashion. The centre is anchored by the only IKEA and Zara stores of the entire region, which attract many visitors all over the year.

It was opened in 1991, becoming during these years a reference point for all inhabitants and tourists of the entire region. In 2004 CLS was extended to the current surface and in 2018 was refurbished with a facelift, with the goal to update the centre to current market standards in terms of facilities and overall architectural look.

Centro Lugano Sud, together with IKEA store and local institutions WWF and ATA (association against traffic), is a partner of Fondo Clima, a fund that promotes sustainable local projects.
Centro Lugano Sud your meeting place in Ticino

1 000 000 catchment area
50 shops
21 903 m² leasable area

Some quick facts

Opening year
1991
Levels
2
Shops
50
Parking spaces
1 030
Leasable area
21 903
Catchment area
1 000 000
Public transportation
Bus

Market Information

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Floor plans

  • First floor
  • Second floor
  • Third floor
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Key partners

IKEA, Ipercoop, Media Markt, ZARA, H&M, C&A, Ochsner, Guess

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Our Services

  • Pharmacy
  • Laundry
  • Hairdresser

Find your way

Via Cantonale
6916, Grancia, Lugano
Switzerland

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