Other noted brand-name stores include Zara, Bershka, Pull & Bear, Levi’s, Dockers, Benetton, Guess, Nike, Adidas and Office Max.
The mall’s Cinepolis movie theater complex is the chain’s 14th in the metropolitan area.
Among the restaurants already open are Chili’s and Italiani’s, while the food court offers 20 options, including McDonalds and Burger King.
A casino is expected to open in the mall shortly.
The mall took three years and cost 120 million pesos to build and when fully up to speed should generate as many as 2,500 jobs, according to its administrators.
Around 40 percent of the 142 vending spaces is operational, a figure that will increase to 90 percent by early 2012. There’s parking space for 4,000 vehicles and the maximum daily fee is set at 20 pesos.
The Forum Tlaquepaque is located across from the Atlas Paradero park, home to the new Pan American Games velodrome, weightlifting arena and shooting polygon.