Cielo Vista Mall | Shopping mall in El Paso, Texas

American shopping center Cielo Vista Mall is owned and run by Simon Property Group in El Paso, Texas. It has 117 specialized retailers, five anchor stores that operate under four different brand names, and is situated at Hawkins Boulevard and Interstate 10 on the east side of El Paso. It is the largest of the three malls in the metro region; Sunland Park Mall, a former sibling property of Simon, is the second-largest.

Cielo Vista Mall El Paso Texas
Cielo Vista Mall El Paso Texas

By the International Council of Shopping Centers, the mall is categorized as a super-regional mall with a gross leasable area of 1,244,987 square feet (115,663 m2).

Dillard's, JCPenney, Montgomery Ward (which was razed and rebuilt in 2002 as Foley's, now Macy's), and Rhodes were the first stores to open at the Cielo Vista Mall on November 13, 1974. On the west end of the mall, in the old Rhodes, Joske's opened in 1978. In 1987, it changed its name to Dillard's West. In 1982, Sears debuted in freshly additional space in the mall's north-western corner. Around this period, a small pond was covered with a parking lot construction to increase the parking space.

Over the years, Cielo Vista Mall has had numerous renovations, the most recent of which was in 2005. Most of the mall's enormous, intricate fountain pools and indoor landscaping were removed during the renovations in 1993 and 2005 to make place for kiosk sellers. During the 2005 refurbishment, all of the expansive wraparound stairs throughout the mall were also taken down. It is around five miles (8 km) from the Mexican border and 10 miles (16 km) from downtown El Paso. Simon says the mall receives 10 million "shopper visits" annually.

On August 3, 2019, a Walmart close to the mall had a mass shooting. It is one of the bloodiest shootings in American history with 23 fatalities.

On February 15, 2023, another shooting resulted in one fatality and three injuries. The police detained two suspects.