Alabang Town Center

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Alabang Town Center
Location Alabang, Muntinlupa, Philippines
Address Commerce Avenue, Madrigal Avenue corner Alabang-Zapote Road, Ayala Alabang, Muntinlupa
Opening date 1982
Developer Ayala Land Inc.
Management Ayala Malls
Owner Ayala Malls
No. of floors
  • Old Building: 2
  • New Building: 4 (G/UG/2/3)
  • Corte De Las Palmas: 3 (incl. Service Town in LG)
  • Metro Gaisano: 5 (incl. Basement)
Website Alabang Town Center

Alabang Town Center is a shopping mall owned by Ayala Malls in Muntinlupa, Metro Manila, Philippines. It caters to the retail needs of citizens living in southern Metro Manila, particularly those from Las Piñas, Parañaque, and Muntinlupa.

Retailers include Rustan’s Department Store and a number of High-End Brands, including Marks & Spencer and The Gap.[1]

Timeline and Events[edit]

1994, 2007, & 2013[edit]

The mall was expanded in 1994, then again in 2007 & 2013.


The True Value hardware store there, was renovated in 2009.[2]


On October, the first Serenitea ATC branch opened in the Cinema Building.[3]


In 2011, some new stores and shops opened in the New Wing such as Payless and Geleia.


In 2012, there was an expansion and a new wing in the lower ground floor, the ground floor, and the second level, where many restaurants, stores, and shops were added. In the same year, restaurants outside at the Corte Delas Palmas, such as Chili's, Jamba Juice, Krispy Kreme and P. F. Chang's China Bistro, were also opened.

The Metro supermarket opened on August 11, 2012 while their department store opened on August 18, 2012. Parking was also opened to Metro and ATC customers.

In September, The Cab performed here.

Also in September, the American Idol had a "Live! Tour 2012".

On November 5, J.CO Donuts finally opens at the New Wing which shall become highly popular later.

On November 25, Piolo Pascual and Zia Quizon had a concert entitled "Joy!".


Since 2013, Adventure Time has been having live performances in the Activity Center.

In Summer 2013, ATC has had a summer fun activity for all the kids.

In 2013, Fruit Ninja was also live in the Activity Center.

In May 2013, the KFC was renovated. In June 2013, a four-story Fully Booked book store building was opened.

In October 2013, for Teachers' Day, San Beda College Alabang HISFACO (in cooperation with Jamba Juice, Seafood Island, and Gerry's Grill) had a surprise for the teachers and personnel of the school.

For their Christmas Extravegansta, they (ATC) had a firework display with Martin Nievera.


In January, San Beda College Alabang had their first art exhibit in the Service Center.

In February, the San Beda College Alabang choir also had a concert entitled "Music From The Heart".

For their summer kids program, ATC had an "ATC Summer Camp" with arts and crafts, sports, and more "summertime fun" in the Activity Center. This happened during March.

In May, Nothing But H20 had events at "#TheHut", a mini kiosk and hangout in Corte de Las Palmas.

Since August 2014, the Burger King is currently under renovation.

On August 23, in the Activity Center, ATC had "Le Cirque", "Dogs Day out at the Town".

On August 30, 2014, Sarah Geronimo was live at ATC.

On October 4, 2014 Christina Grimmie performed live at the ATC.

In the last few weeks of September, Burger King was reopened with a more modern look.


During late of January, the Cinemas have been fully renovated.

San Beda College Alabang had two concerts and one exhibit for Valentine's Day, which was sponsored by The Village Art Gallery.

In the middle of March, Southville International School held an art exhibit.


Conceptrum opened in during the first quarter of the year.


  1. ^ Lara, Tanya T. (May 9, 2009). "Coming home to Alabang Town Center". The Philippine Star. Retrieved 2009-10-26. 
  2. ^ "Real value right in the bag". The Philippine Star. August 1, 2009. Retrieved 2009-10-26. 
  3. ^ "SERENITEA now open at the Cinema & Entertainment Complex (located in front of Olympic World)!". Alabang Town Center. October 11, 2010. Retrieved 2010-10-11. 

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Coordinates: 14°25′25″N 121°01′47″E / 14.42361°N 121.02972°E / 14.42361; 121.02972