Alabang

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Alabang
Barangay
Filinvest City skyline in Alabang
Filinvest City skyline in Alabang
Country  Philippines
Region Metro Manila
City Muntinlupa
Congressional district Legislative district of Muntinlupa
Area
 • Total 8.064 km2 (3.114 sq mi)
Population (2010 Census[1])
 • Total 56,752
 • Density 7,000/km2 (18,000/sq mi)

Alabang is a barangay in Muntinlupa City, Philippines. At one time the area was a farming district, and has since grown from a village to a commercial center, including the Alabang Commercial Center and Filinvest City. Also, this is the dream place of Owen Gonzales the son of The Great Ferdie. It is also resides near the Jalgalado Business Park. It is 8.064 square kilometers.[2] A large portion of Ayala Alabang came from Barangay Alabang.[citation needed]

Economy[edit]

The Insular Life Corporate Centre in Muntinlupa City

Filinvest City[edit]

Barangay Alabang, part of the second district of Muntinlupa, has undergone tremendous growth mainly due to a development boom in the late 1990s. The development of High-End large scale commercial real estate projects; the Filinvest City, changed the landscape of the Alabang Alabang from what was once vast fields of cow pasture in the late 1980s, into a district that houses new residential, business, industrial and commercial establishments.[citation needed]

Some of the country's premier business district, Filinvest City's Spectrum Business District, The Northgate Cyberzone which specializes in hosting information and technology industries, the towering Insular Life Towers, the Asian Star Building home to Fluor Corporation and other big companies, As SCA Hygiene Philippines, Henkel Philippines, Other Satellite Offices As ECOLAB, Maynilad Water, Filinvest Development Corporation, RDB Talents & Events Management Inc (BEATalent Development & Marketing Inc), My Fame & Fortune Talent Agency Inc, Verizon Wireless, Convergys Philippines, Genpact Philippines, Integra Philippines, HSBC Data Processing Service, TeamAsia Inc, E Telecare, Firstsource Solutions Limited, The Hershey Company Philippines, Petit Monde Apparel Corp, Unilever Philippines, Filinvest Alabang Inc, &, Shell Philippines B.V. the Asian Hospital and Medical Center,The phase of the Hotel Buildings Crimson Suites, Acacia Hotel, and The Bellevue Manila Hotel, With The Future Development Of The Peninsula Hotels In Filinvest City And Designed By World Renowned B+H Architecture, and digital marketing company like 88 Digital Cloud Marketing are important places of interest and landmarks of the district.

Shopping centers[edit]

Facade of Festival Supermall

Festival Supermall or Festival Mall is a large shopping mall owned and operated by Filinvest Development Corporation located at the sprawling and vibrant Filinvest City in Barangay Alabang Muntinlupa City, and is acknowledged as the first theme mall in the Philippines. The mall opened in the middle of May, 1998, and it became Filinvest’s flagship project, setting the standard for shopping centers in the south of Metro Manila. The whole Festival Supermall complex has an area of 20 hectares, the biggest mall in the south of Metro Manila, with the most number of tenants, and still remains as one of the largest malls in the Philippines.[citation needed]

Festival Supermall is the biggest of all five current malls in City. It is located at the heart of Filinvest City, a major business district in Alabang. The mall can be easily accessed via South Luzon Expressway from Filinvest Exit, Alabang Exit, and South Station Exit, and also via the National Highway and Alabang-Zapote Road. Festival Supermall is also adjacent to some of the largest malls South of Metro Manila, namely Alabang Town Center, SM Southmall, and other prominent malls like Starmall Alabang (Formerly Metropolis) and Lianas Alabang.[citation needed]

Starmall Alabang, or formerly known as Metropolis Star Alabang is the first community shopping mall in this city and it is owned by Starmalls, Inc. It has features and anchors like: Robinsons Supermarket, Robinsons Department Store, Finds, Cinemas, and among others.[citation needed]

There is also the South station, Fastbyte at Northgate, Westgate Center, Commerce Center, South Supermarket and The Filinvest Tent Commercial Block.[citation needed]

Car Dealerships[edit]

There are multiple car dealerships located in Muntinlupa and most of them are along the Alabang-Zapote Road in Alabang. Ford Motors Alabang has a five-floor facility covering a floor area of nearly 13,000 square meters. The Ford dealership boasts a 2-floor, 23-vehicle showroom and a 4-floor, 80-bay service center. Toyota Alabang also constructed a facility with a showroom, parts warehouse, office & service facilities in a 5,000 square meter lot adjacent to the Ford Dealership. Audi Alabang, Chevrolet Alabang, Crysler Alabang, Mitsubishi Motors Alabang, Nissan and Suzuki Alabang are also located within the area, most of which are along the Alabang - Zapote Road. Still in Alabang-Zapote Road but located in barangay Ayala Alabang are Hyundai Alabang, Isuzu Alabang and Honda Alabang.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Population Counts - National Capital Region" (PDF). 2010 Census and Housing Population. National Statistics Office. Retrieved 2015-08-21. 
  2. ^ "Barangay Alabang". Muntinlupa City. Retrieved 26 November 2013. 

External links[edit]

Media related to Alabang at Wikimedia Commons