From a 101,840sqm mall in 2006, SM City Clark in Pampanga has now grown to a 308,909sqm complex, housing BPO towers, a Tech Hub, Park Inn by Radisson Hotel, National University, and SMX Convention Center.
The latest addition is the Sky Line, an elevated bridgeway that brings a brand new experience four meters above the ground.
Inspired by New York’s iconic High Line, the Sky Line is similarly designed as a “living system” that highlights landscape architecture, urban design, and ecology; as well as art, fitness, and fun for family and friends.
Located along the north edge of the SM City Clark mall, the Sky Line connects and integrates the buildings with lush landscapes—including hundred-year-old acacia trees and a diverse range of plant species—and attractions. But, beyond acting as a connector, the 9,018sqm bridgeway is envisioned to be a destination by itself: an ideal location to relax, get some exercise, take a selfie, and enjoy nature.
The park’s myriad of features and activities in multiple zones—retail, restaurants, art, fitness—feature separate offerings, each with its own character and landscape.
Attractions include a Paw Park, a fitness area with an outdoor gym, a tree park where one can dine amidst tree houses, art installations, and more.
There’s also a jogging/walking trail that includes start and finish markings and begins and ends just across the outdoor gym.
The Sky Line bridge may be reached through the second level mall expansion area, the second level podium parking, the second level SMX entrance, and the ground floor stairs.
The area is handicap-friendly with 23 parking spaces reserved for people with disabilities. There are also PWD ramps, two PWD comfort rooms, and three elevators to help them get around.