City Commercial Center
|Location||Pagadian City, Philippines|
|Address||Rizal Avenue, corner F.S. Pajares Avenue, Santiago District|
|Opening date||December 3, 2010 (soft launch)|
September 23, 2011 (grand opening)
|Developer||Palafox and Associates|
|Owner||City Government of Pagadian|
|No. of stores and services||450|
|No. of anchor tenants||3|
|Total retail floor area||28,600 m2 (308,000 sq ft)|
|No. of floors||4|
City Commercial Center, more popularly known as "C3" or "C3 Mall", is a government-owned and controlled mixed-use building in Pagadian City, Philippines. The building features a mall and office spaces. Robinsons Supermarket occupies the entire lower ground floor. Restaurants Chowking, Goldilocks, Red Ribbon, and Max's with doughnut chains Dunkin' Donuts and Mister Donut are the main attractions on the upper ground floor.
Development and Launch
C3 stands on what used to be the old public market. Initially named "Pagadian Shopping Mall", the alternative design by Hillmarcs Construction prevailed over the original design by Palafox and Associates due to limitations in area size. Mayor Samuel Co led the project during his last term in office.
On December 3, 2010, C3 had a soft launch with the opening of Robinsons Supermarket. Robinsons Retail's Handyman Do It Center and other shops opened in September 2011 coinciding with 20th Mindanao Business Conference held in Pagadian City. Former US Ambassador to the Philippines Harry K. Thomas, Jr. attended the conference as guest of honor.
On September 23, 2011, C3 was officially launched in an event attended by performers from Manila.
- "Pagadian City owns this shopping mall". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved 21 February 2017.