List of Shopping Malls in the Philippines

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List of shopping malls in the PhilippinesFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. (Consider using more specific cleanup instructions.) Please help improve this article if you can. The talk page may contain suggestions. (August 2008)

This is a List of notable shopping malls in the Philippines. The retail industry in the Philippines is an important contributor to the national economy as it accounts for roughly 15% of the Philippines' total Gross National Product (GNP) and 33% of the entire services sector. It employs some 5.25 million people, representing a significant 18% of the Philippines' work force, which means roughly 2 of every 10 workers is employed in the retail industry. The Philippine Retailers Association,[1] is its association of retailers, mall and shopping center operators.

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1 Major Philippine mall chains o 1.1 SM Prime Holdings 1.1.1 SM Supermalls 1.1.2 Stand-alone Shopping Centers 1.1.3 Speciality Shopping Center 1.1.4 Major Malls 1.1.5 Minor Malls o 1.2 Araneta Malls o 1.3 Greenhills o 1.4 Star Group of Malls o 1.5 Greenfield Development o 1.6 Gaisano Malls 2 Other Prominent Malls o 2.1 Kuok Group of Companies o 2.2 Sta. Lucia Realty and Development Inc. 3 Regional Malls o 3.1 Ilocos Malls o 3.2 Tacloban City Malls 3.2.1 Lee Super Plaza 3.2.2 Other Metro Cebu Malls o 3.3 Mindanao malls 3.3.1 Socsksargen malls 3.3.2 General Santos City malls 3.3.3 NCCC Mall o 3.4 Northern Mindanao malls 3.4.1 Cagayan de Oro City malls 3.4.2 Ozamiz City malls o 3.5 Zamboanga Peninsula malls 3.5.1 Zamboanga City malls 3.5.2 Pagadian City malls 3.5.3 Zamboanga del Norte (ZANORTE) malls 4 Related Lists 5 References

[edit] Major Philippine mall chains[edit] SM Prime Holdings

[edit] SM SupermallsMain article: SM Supermalls

[edit] Stand-alone Shopping Centers

SM Quiapo Santa Cruz, Manila SM Delgado - Valeria Street cor. Delgado Street, Iloilo City, Iloilo

[edit] Speciality Shopping Center

The Podium - ADB Avenue, Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila

[show]v d eSM Prime Holdings

[edit] Major MallsName Glorietta Address Ayala Center, Ayala Avenue cor. Pasay Road, Makati Avenue and EDSA, Makati City, Metro Manila Ayala Center, Paseo de Roxas corner Legaspi Street and Esperanza Street, Ayala Center, Makati City, Metro Manila Alabang-Zapote Road cor. Madrigal and Commerce Avenues, Alabang, Muntinlupa City, Metro Manila Carlos P. Garcia Avenue (C-5) cor. 32nd Avenue, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City, Metro Manila Cebu Business Park, Cebu City, Metro Cebu EDSA cor. North Avenue, North Triangle, Quezon City NLEX, Angeles City, Pampanga J.P. Laurel Ave., Bajada, Davao City, Davao del Sur (Under Construction)[2] C.M. Recto Avenue, Cagayan de Oro City, Misamis Oriental

Greenbelt Alabang Town Center Market! Market! Ayala Center Cebu TriNoma Marquee Mall Abreeza Centrio

[edit] Minor Malls

Name

Address Makati Avenue, Ayala Center, Makati City, Metro Manila

Landmark

(also the name of the department store at TriNoma EDSA cor. North Avenue, Quezon City)Pavilion Mall Old National Road cor. Mamplasan Access Road, San Antonio, Bian, Laguna

[show]v d eAyala Malls

[edit] Araneta Malls

Araneta Center first commercial shopping district in the Philippines. Most of the malls were erected in the 1970s and 1980s. It is located in Cubao, Quezon City.Name Gateway Address Aurora Boulevard, Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City

Farmers Plaza EDSA, Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City Ali Mall P. Tuazon Boulevard, Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City

[show]v d eAraneta Center [edit] Greenhills

Greenhills Shopping Center is owned and managed by Ortigas and Co. Ltd. The company also developed the Ortigas Center business district in Eastern Metro Manila.[3]

[edit] Star Group of Malls

StarMall[4]

Starmall (formerly known as Manuela) is a commercial mall project of the M.B. Villar Group of Companies founded by Senator Manny Villar. It started as a small commercial complex in Las Pias known as Manuela Shopping Center in the 1980s.[edit] Greenfield Development

EDSA Central

From low cost mall development, Greenfield revived itself in the 2000s when it redeveloped the Greenfield district in Mandaluyong City into the first smart and connected district in the country.[5][edit] Gaisano Malls

Gaisano Inc. Gaisano Malls situated in Northern Mindanao-Cagayan de Oro are managed by Gaisano Incorporated which also owns Gaisano Interpace Computer Systems. Popularly known

as the Mall of the South, its retail chain are located in the Visayas and Mindanao. Gaisano are actually managed by several groups such as JS Gaisano of General Santos, Gaisano Cebu, Gaisano Grand Group and Gaisano Capital Group of Companies. Another Gaisano group, Metro Gaisano, is co-managed with Ayala Group of Companies and has its department stores in Cebu (Metro Gaisano Colon and Ayala Center), Legaspi (Pacific Mall), Lucena (Pacific Mall Lucena), Taguig (Metro Market! Market!) and Angeles (Marquee Mall).Name Address

Gaisano Central Mall Tacloban Justice Romualdez St., Tacloban City, Leyte Gaisano Capital Kalibo Gaisano Capital Pagadian Roxas Avenue Extension, Andagao, Kalibo, Aklan Rizal Avenue, Pagadian City, Zamboanga del Sur

[show]v d eGaisano Malls

[edit] Other Prominent Malls[edit] Kuok Group of Companies

The only retail development arm of the Shangri-La Hotel and Leisure Group.[6]Name Address

Shangri-La Plaza EDSA corner Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila [edit] Sta. Lucia Realty and Development Inc. Name Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall[7] Address Marcos Highway cor. Felix Avenue (formerly Imelda Avenue), San Isidro, Cainta, Rizal

[edit] Regional Malls[edit] Ilocos Malls

JTC Mall in Bantay, Ilocos Sur.

JTC Supermart in Vigan City.

JTC Superstore in Narvacan, Ilocos Sur. [edit] Tacloban City Malls Name Robinsons Place Tacloban Gaisano Central Mall Tacloban Address National Highway, Tabo-an, Marasbaras Business District, Tacloban City, Leyte Justice Romualdez St., Tacloban City, Leyte

[edit] Lee Super Plaza Lee Super Plaza, a mall chain owned by Dumaguete-based Dynamic Development Corporation, is one of the biggest shopping center operators in Negros Oriental and Zamboanga del Norte. Its

biggest shopping mall, at 5 levels high with basement area for supermarket and parking, is located in downtown Dumaguete along Perdices Street. Lee Plaza Hypermart in Bagacay, Dumaguete City is being developed as an IT zone with the opening of the ePLDT Ventus call center in the area which will host around 800 workstations in two of its buildings. Lee Plaza Central Dipolog is the latest three-level Lee Plaza mall in Dipolog. [edit] Other Metro Cebu Malls The Proposed (SM City Cebu - 2) is a large mall bigger than the old SM City Cebu and SM Megamall but Similar to the SM Mall of Asia in Pasay City. By that the mall has 3 supermarkets and ice skating rink and an imax theater. And it will be the largest SM mall in Visayas and Mindanao by 2012.Name Address

SM City Consolacion (U/C) Barangay Lamac Consolacion, Cebu, Philippines SM Seaside City Cebu (U/C) South Road Properties Cebu City, Cebu [edit] Mindanao malls

[edit] Socsksargen malls [edit] General Santos City mallsName Address

Robinsons Place General Santos J. Catolico Avenue General Santos City, South Cotabato

[edit] NCCC Mall New City Commercial Corporation (NCCC) is a Davao City based mall and retail outlet developer with branches in different Metro Davao cities and in Palawan.[8][edit] Northern Mindanao malls

[edit] Cagayan de Oro City malls Cagayan de Oro is the shopping capital of the Northern Mindanao region, with numerous department stores, supermarkets, retail stores and modern public markets.Name Address Floor area (m)

Limketkai Mall[9]

Limketkai Center, Lapasan, Cagayan de Oro City Fr. Mastersons Avenue Cor. Gran Via St., Pueblo de Oro, Cagayan de Oro City C.M. Recto Avenue, Cagayan de Oro City C.M. Recto Avenue Cor. Corrales Ext., Cagayan de Oro City Rosario Crescent-Florentino Sts., Limketkai Center, Cagayan de Oro City

302,000 sq. m.

SM City Cagayan de Oro Centrio (Ayala Center Cagayan de Oro) (Under construction)[2] Gaisano City Mall

70,000 m (gross)

Robinsons Cagayan de Oro

[edit] Ozamiz City malls

Ozamiz City Public Mall

Geegee Mall, also the tallest mall building in the city.

Aside from Cagayan de Oro, Ozamiz City is the place where large malls are located such as Geegee Mall, which is the tallest mall building in Ozamiz City with the highest point of the building the McDonald's sign which can be seen from the harbour. Ozamiz City is the only place in Misamis Occidental which has a mall.Name Geegee Mall Address Burgos St, Ozamiz City

Ozamiz City Public Mall 50th Barangay, Ozamiz City, Misamis Occidental [edit] Zamboanga Peninsula malls

[edit] Zamboanga City mallsName Shoppers' Mall Address Climaco Ave., Zamboanga City

Shoppers' Center Gov. Lim Ave., Zamboanga City

Mindpro Citimall, at present, is Zamboanga City's largest mall. It has 6 cinemas, a department store, and supermarket with a host of several stores and restaurants. It has Zamboanga's first inmall Jollibee store and first Greenwich store in the region.

Mindpro Citimall

Southway Square Name Mindpro Citimall Address La Purisima Street, Zamboanga City

Yubenco Star Mall Ma. Clara Lobregat Highway, Putik, Zamboanga City Southway Square P. Lorenzo Street cor. Governor Lim Avenue, Zamboanga City

Midtown Plaza Mall Nunez Extension corner Gov. Camins Avenue, Zamboanga City

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