1993-1996

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The first Blockbuster to open in Novalia was on June 14, 1993, in Costa Nueva. In front of the Plaza Vivirian Shopping Center. The company had 20 branches throughout the national territory.

1996-2012

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Due to the arrival of piracy, cable television and streaming platforms, there was a decrease in leases, the premises were gradually closed until the franchise closed.

Retail outlets in Novalia
Shopping centers owned by Plaza Group:
Plaza Vivirían | Plaza Las Cedras | Plaza Camotines | Plaza del Puerto | Plaza Fialco | Plaza Cachetón | Plaza Pancora | Plaza Merlo | Plaza Saira | Plaza Tempestad | Plaza Pejerrey | Plaza Huilma | Plaza San Ramón | Plaza Chispín | Plaza Hondo

Shopping centers owned by CelestiaCentres:
Celestia Centre | Paseo Norte | Paseo de la Costa | Crosstars


Shopping centers owned by Simon Property Group:
Puerto Hogaz Premium Outlets


Hypermarkets and supermarkets chains:
Carrefour | Aldi | Mart (Hipermart | Supermart) | Tiendas Planeta | Walmart


Convenience store chains:
7-Eleven | Minimart | Planeta Express | On The Run | Shell Select | PETROSHOP


Department store chains:
Bloomingdale's | Casa Duran | Macy's | Sears | Saks Fifth Avenue (Saks Off 5th)


Home store chains:
ElectroPosibilidades(EPExpress) | Electrox | ReNoVa | IKEA | Maestro | Ferrox


Sport store chains:
Decathon | Intersport


Entertainment store chains:
Feria Nacional del Libro| MusicWorks | WHSmith


Defunct:
Blockbuster Video | RadioShack|Geant

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