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    WELCOME to the Metro Manila Malls Thread


    Metro Manila
    currently has a large number of malls in the Philippines, and the largest of these is the SM Mall of Asia in the Pasay City reclamation area. Before the Mall of Asia was completed, the largest was SM Megamall in Ortigas Center.

    Other shopping centers in Ortigas Center include Robinson's Galleria, Shangri-la Plaza, and The Podium.

    Recently opened in Pasig is a new development called Frontera Verde, which currently hosts Tiendesitas, a tiangge-style shopping center. Soon to rise are a new SM development as well as several other malls.

    In the Central Business District of Makati, the Ayala Center hosts other malls, including Glorietta and the upscale Greenbelt shopping districts. Also in Makati is the Rockwell Center. These places are frequented by most of Metro Manila's rich.

    Taguig City has a mall named Market-Market!, which is strategically located in a transportation hub.

    In Manila itself, the largest malls include SM City Manila and Robinson's Place-Ermita.

    Cubao is Quezon City's Central Commercial Area that hosts 5 malls that includes the ultra-modern Gateway Mall. Other malls include various SM chains in the metropolis. Aside from Cubao, there is also Eastwood, located along Libis.

    Metro Manila has a lot of markets, locally called palengke. One of these are the Central Market, located in Quiapo district of Manila, and Divisoria Market, also in Manila. Cloverleaf Market in Balintawak, Quezon City supplies most of Metro Manila's fruit and vegetable products. Navotas Port Market supplies most of Metro Manila's fish products. Other smaller markets include the markets of Cubao Farmers, Nepa-Q Mart, Muñoz, Balingasa, Galas, Santa Mesa, Novaliches Talipapa, Baclaran, Pasay Libertad, and Pasay Cartimar, the latter also being one of the finest pet markets in the Philippines.

    Midway between a mall and a market are the Philippine-only tiangges, or airconditioned markets selling goods such as clothes, shoes, accessories, computer parts, mobile phones, CDs, VCDs, MP3s, iPods, and DVDs. Among these can be found in Greenhills Shopping Center in the municipality of San Juan and St. Francis Square in Mandaluyong City.

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    Gateway Mall Expansion



    The Gateway Tower 2 will be a 25-storey first class retail and office extension of the Gateway Mall.

    This prime development sits on 3,000 square meters of property along the Araneta Center’s Corporate Spine.

    It will offer 6 levels of retail, 19 levels of offices, and 3 levels of basement parking.

    The project will be seamlessly integrated with Gateway Mall and enjoy Gateway’s unique features such as the connection to the two major rail transit systems in the metro, the MRT & LRT 2.


    c/o Aaron Charles Ofngol
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    Wal-Mart May Open Stores In The Philippines
    Business World - 8/12/06

    US retail giant Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. is looking at
    setting up business here as part of its expansion
    plan in Asia Pacific. Ben Cornish, Wal-Mart VP
    for development for China operations,
    announced the plan at a recent exposition of the
    Philippine Retailers Association. Mr. Cornish said
    Wal-Mart would study which type of store is suitable
    for the Philippines. The company has different
    formats for its retail stores including
    standalone superstores, the SAM’s Club which is
    the wholesale unit, and George stores or the
    clothing retailer. The study would also try to find
    out whether Wal-Mart should build new stores
    or just acquire existing retail firms. Mr. Cornish
    said Wal-Mart would not necessarily partner with
    the SM group when it comes here. Wal-Mart has
    partnered with the Sy family, which owns the SM
    group, for a regional development program for
    SM malls in China. Wal-Mart is an anchor tenant
    of two SM malls in China and will be an anchor
    tenant in the third SM mall in Chengdu, which will
    open on September 28.

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    The Country's Top Shopping, Dining and Entertainment Destination
    The Glorietta brand positioning is a one-stop self-sufficient shopping center that offers complete shopping and dining options ranging from apparel, accessories, home furniture and appliances, specialty brands, etc. It offers a fully air-conditioned atrium with water fountains and an indoor playground for children, as well as an activity centers that hosts concerts and shows for its shoppers.


    The Country's First Lifestyle Center
    Greenbelt is the country’s first Lifestyle Center that caters to the cosmopolitan consumer who desires for high quality, specialty shopping, dining and entertainment. It is the first of its kind in an indoor-outdoor development and is a testimony to Ayala Land’s innovation and sensitivity to changing consumer needs.


    A Suburban Oasis
    The Alabang Town Center is a "Spanish mission architecture" inspired shopping mall located near many high-end communities south of Manila. It is closest to the exclusive Ayala Alabang residential village and the Madrigal Business park. It has the Kids and Home Zones, which offer shoppers the ultimate pleasure under a relaxed, comfortable and fun shopping atmosphere. It feels like home.


    The Premier Mall of the South
    Cebu City is the largest and most progressive urban center next to metropolitan Manila. Nestled in this metropolis is the Ayala Center Cebu which offers the best shopping, dining and entertainment in the Visayas region. It offers a seamless indoor-outdoor garden experience that is unequalled in the southern Philippines.


    The Bargain Hunter's Haven
    Market! Market! is located within the Bonifacio Global City, Ayala Land’s new Central Business District development. It is the first of its kind in the Philippines catering to the value-conscious Filipino consumer, it brings together traditional and non-traditional retailers and wholesalers within a mall setting..

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    SM Megamall



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