Plaza Río Tijuana is an open-air shopping center in the Zona Río (new main business district) of Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico. It has a surface area of 73,579 square meters. It opened in 1981 as the first large American-style mall in the city.
Previously Downtown Tijuana was the leading shopping area. Currently, it has the anchors Soriana, Sears, and Cinépolis. There was Dorian’s department store here until 2009 when it became Sears.
Comercial Mexicana was also in the mall until it became Soriana in 2018.