Robinsons Place Manila

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Robinsons Place Manila
Robinsons Place Manila new Logo.jpg
Location Adriatico Street (formerly Dakota), Ermita, Manila
Coordinates 14°34′35″N 120°59′2″E / 14.57639°N 120.98389°E / 14.57639; 120.98389Coordinates: 14°34′35″N 120°59′2″E / 14.57639°N 120.98389°E / 14.57639; 120.98389
Opening date 1997
Developer Robinsons Land Corporation
Management Robinsons Malls
Owner John Gokongwei
No. of stores and services Over 500 shops and restaurants
No. of anchor tenants 10
Total retail floor area 240,000 m²
No. of floors 7 Levels (1st to 4th Levels is the mall area and 5th-7th Levels is the multilevel Carpark area
Parking 1000 cars
Website Robinsons Place Manila

Robinsons Place Manila is a shopping mall located behind the Philippine General Hospital and the campus of the University of the Philippines Manila in the City of Manila.[1] It was the second and by-far, the largest Robinsons Mall ever built by John Gokongwei. It began operations in 1995 and was opened in 1997. The mall features anchors like Robinsons Supermarket, Robinsons Department Store.

History[edit]

Robinsons Manila was originally built in the 1980s, on the site of what was then the campus of the Ateneo de Manila University before it relocated to Loyola Heights and the Assumption Convent before it relocated to San Lorenzo Village, Makati. It was then redeveloped into a 7-level shopping complex housing over 330 local shops, dining outlets, entertainment facilities and service centers. The Padre Faura Wing was opened on June 2000 which contains additional shopping and dining facilities. It has opened another wing, The Midtown Wing or The Midtown in mid-2008 making it larger than Robinsons Galleria and therefore the largest Robinsons Mall.

Robinsons Place Manila is connected to a twin residential high-rise condominium – Robinsons Place Residences and Adriatico Residences.

Features[edit]

Robinsons Place Manila features the following:

  • Robinsons Department Store
  • Robinsons Supermarket
  • Food Court
  • Handyman Hardware Store
  • Robinsons Movie-world
  • Entertainment Outlets such as Bingo, Bowling and Billiards Centers
  • Scenic Elevators and Fountains
  • Toys R Us
  • G-box amusement(Renovated to WOF since 2008 and changed to Telecom World)
  • Fitness First
  • Robinsons Movieworld – seven cinemas including one 3D cinema (Midtown Cinema 3)
  • Boutiques and shops (local and international brands), restaurants, cafes and various dining outlets
  • Happy Lemon
  • Eng Bee Tin Chinese Deli
  • Uniqlo (opens on November 2013)formerly Telecom World)
  • Fitness First

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