Atra Center (Silverish, Centro de Atera) is a shopping mall in Dalohenga. It is anchored by Stockma's, Stockma Men's, and DOSHA. The shopping mall closed on March 1, 2015.


Opened in 1973 as the Umbrella Mall, the mall was originally a high end fashion center anchored by Stockma's Luxury, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Fifth and Broadway. Fifth and Broadway became Sears in 1984. The 1991 Silverio Land Earthquake caused many stores to leave the mall and lead the mall to become bankrupt. A rennovation in 1992 made the mall to revive itself, this time anchored by two Stockma's stores and a May Company. In 1993, the May became a Robinsons May and closed two years later. It sat vacant until 1998 when it was converted into a Sale Supermarket. The Umbrella Mall was renamed the Atra Center in 1998. By 2012, the mall was in decline and most of the empty stores were turned into slums.

On May 28, 2014, the Silverio land Malls Commission announced a new large mall to replace the Atra Center. The mall, Silverio land Megaland Center, will replace the Atra Center when it opens in 2017. On September 29, 2014, one of the slum rooms above the mall collapsed, killing 35 people and causing the floor to collapse. The slum rooms were built over the empty void between the left and right sides of the main floor. Over 27 people were killed falling into the first floor, while another 8 people died trying to escape the collapsed section. This was one of the causes of the mall's closure.

On October 27, 2014, the mall's closure was confirmed. The next day, the first store to close, Men's Tailor House, confirmed the mall's fate. The mall would close floor by floor starting December 17, 2014 before shutting down permanently on March 2, 2014 at midnight.

Store RosterEdit

This was the store roster as of December 16, 2014, the last day of full operation for the mall before the mall closed phase by phase:

First FloorEdit

  • Stockma's
  • Sale Supermarket
  • Alla Shoes
  • Forever 21
  • Silverish Shoes
  • McDonald's
  • Me Me Cafe
  • Starbucks
  • Ladies' Dress Me Shop
  • Express
  • Lacoste
  • Lost Goods
  • 18 vacant stores

Second FloorEdit

  • Stockma Men's
  • Stockma's
  • Game Central
  • Lola's
  • Lively
  • Club Ola
  • Burger King
  • Mama's Kitchen House
  • Subway
  • Ella's
  • Klue's Shoes
  • Nella's Lady Lola
  • Melons
  • Love Toys
  • Ollie's Cheap Imports
  • 9 vacant stores

Third FloorEdit

  • Stockma's
  • Stockma Men's
  • Slum rooms
  • 46 vacant stores

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