Core Pacific City, also known as the Living Mall is a shopping center in Taipei, Taiwan, and has a total floor space of 204,190 square meters. Built in 2001, the structure is a complex of two buildings - an L-shaped building which contains specialty boutiques connected to a sphere which contains the Mira Department Store.
The complex consists of 12 above-ground stories and 7 underground levels. When it first opened, the mall was open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. As one of the first of several large-scale malls in Taiwan, Core Pacific's planners expected it to change local consumer behavior to Western-style one-stop shopping. During the mall's development and construction, it was touted as the World's first truly 24 hour mall and Asia's first "city within a city" complex. Core Pacific's total 19 story height is attributed to Taiwan's extremely expensive land costs.