SM Center Angono

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SM Center Angono
Official Logo of SM Center Angono.png
"We've got it all for you!"
Location Manila East Road, Angono, Rizal
Opening date November 14, 2014[1][2]
Developer SM Prime Holdings
Management SM Prime Holdings
Owner Henry Sy, Sr.
No. of stores and services 140
Total retail floor area 33,094 m2 (356,220 sq ft)
No. of floors 3
Parking 332 cars, 42 motorcycles[3]

SM Center Angono is an upcoming shopping mall owned by SM Prime Holdings, the largest mall developer in the Philippines. It is located along Manila East Road, Angono, Rizal. The mall is scheduled to open in November 14, 2014.[1][2] This is 50th SM Supermall in the Philippines, the second along Manila East Road after SM City Taytay and third in Rizal Province after SM City Taytay and SM City Masinag.[4] It is to be succeeded in the following year by another SM Supermall also in Rizal, SM City San Mateo.[5]

This three-story mall has floor area of 33,094 square meters within a land area of 12,650 square meters.[4]

Planning[edit]

SM in building its new mall in the Arts Capital of the Philippines is in line to the first class urban municipality's vision of becoming Angonopolis in the future. The mall is expected to kick start this goal of the town's potential role in employment, income and quality of life in it.[4]

SM Center Angono's design and construction are spearheaded by dsgn and Associates for design architect; G&W Architects, architect of record; DA Abcede, construction manager; Don Builders Inc., general contractor; SM EDD Mall Design Group, in-house architect; and SM EDD Construction Group as its in-house project manager.

Its groundbreaking is held on 5 August 2013 which is expected to hire about 2,000 employees.[4]

Location[edit]

SM Center Angono is situated near Angono's town entrance between Manila East Road and Quezon Ave. (Angono Hi-way) having its main entrance facing the former. Shoppers coming from Angono and its nearby municipalities Binangonan, Morong, Cardona, Pililla, Baras, Jalajala and even some parts of Laguna are catered.

Mall Features[edit]

The mall is going to have a two-level parking area with 332 slots for cars and 42 slots of motorcycle parking for customer convenience.

It is also having its own rainwater holding tank which will have the purpose to help prevent flood in the community by collecting and holding 1,600 cubic meters of rainwater.[3][4] Another of its disaster resilient feature is having expansion joints for mitigating earthquake damage.[6]

Mall Anchors[edit]

SM SaveMore is going to have its major anchor joining with other SM mainstays and about 140 of shopping, leisure, and dining choices.[3][4]

Main Anchors
Junior Anchors

See also[edit]

Preceded by
SM City Cauayan
50th SM Supermall
2014
Succeeded by
SM City San Mateo

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Richard R. Gappi. Wednesday, 25 June 2014. "News: Istatus ng ginagawang SM Center #Angono, #Rizal". Rizal News Online Facebook Page
  2. ^ a b Thursday, 2 October 2014. Countdown to opening. SM Center Angono Facebook Page
  3. ^ a b c The Philippine Star. Thursday, 11 September 2014. "SM Prime signs MOA for drainage system with Angono". SM Prime
  4. ^ a b c d e f Wednesday, 28 August 2013. "SM Center Angono Groundbreaking". Business Mirror
  5. ^ Cliff Harvey C. Venzon. Sunday, 25 August 2013. "SM To Open Four New Malls". Business World Online
  6. ^ 2013 SM Prime Sustainability Performance Report. p. 15. SM Prime Holdings