List of shopping malls in Metro Manila

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This is a list of shopping malls in Metro Manila, Philippines.

The first enclosed shopping mall in the metropolis was Crystal Arcade located along Escolta Street in the downtown district of Binondo. This art deco building designed by Andrés Luna de San Pedro also housed the Manila Stock Exchange and was the Philippines' first air-conditioned building inaugurated on June 1, 1932.[1]

Prior to the Pacific War, Escolta Street was also home to the city's first standalone department stores, including H.E. Heacock, until then the largest department store in the Philippines, opening in 1900, and the Aguinaldo Department Store, the most premium store in the Philippines opening in 1921. Other notable stores in the 1920s and 1930s include the upscale La Puerta del Sol and Estrella del Norte.[1]

The first shopping mall of the enclosed, automobile-centered design type was Ali Mall in suburban Quezon City which opened in 1976.[2][3] This was followed by Harrison Plaza in Malate district which opened later that same year.[4]

Major shopping centers[edit]

These super-regional supermalls each have over a hundred local and international stores and are anchored by at least one department store and supermarket or hypermarket. They are also the largest malls in Metro Manila which feature not just stores but also attractions: movie theaters, rides, skating rinks, bowling alleys and other recreational facilities. Each provides thousands of automobile parking spaces and are located mostly near rail stations and established business districts within the metropolis. These malls serve not only the Metro Manila and Greater Manila Area residents, but also local and foreign tourists.

Name Image Location Developer Retail Space (m2) Year opened
Alabang Town Center Alabang–Zapote Road, Ayala Alabang, Muntinlupa Ayala Land 48,000[5] 1982
Festival Alabang Ph=mm=muntinlupa=alabang=filinvest city=festival supermall -philippines--2015-0430--ls-.jpg Corporate Avenue corner Civic Drive, Filinvest City, Alabang, Muntinlupa Filinvest Land 400,000[6] 1998
Gateway Mall Araneta Center - Gateway Mall (Aurora Blvd., Cubao, Quezon City; 2010-08-29) 01.Jpg Aurora Boulevard corner Gen. Aguinaldo Street, Araneta Center, Socorro, Quezon City Araneta Group 100,000[7] 2004
Glorietta Glo12facade.jpg Ayala Avenue, Ayala Center, Makati Ayala Land 241,000[8] 1991
Greenbelt Greenbelt5.JPG Makati Avenue, Ayala Center, Makati Ayala Land 120,774[9] 1990
Market! Market! Market! Market! and the East Tower of One Serendra.jpg 26th Street corner C-5 Road, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig Ayala Land 170,000 2003
Power Plant Mall Power Plant Mall, Rockwell.JPG Rockwell Drive corner Estrella Street, Rockwell Center, Makati Lopez Holdings 41,000 2000
Robinsons Galleria 09921jfOrtigas Avenue EDSA Shrine Robinsons Galeria Mandaluyongfvf 05.jpg EDSA corner Ortigas Avenue, Ortigas Center, Quezon City Robinsons Land 216,000 1990
Robinsons Place Manila Robinsons Place Manila (Malate, Manila; 2014-10-22).jpg Pedro Gil Street corner Adriatico Street, Ermita, Manila Robinsons Land 241,000[10] 1997
Shangri-La Plaza Shangri-La Plaza Manila3.jpg EDSA corner Shaw Boulevard, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong Shang Properties 175,000[11] 1991
SM Aura Premier FvfGlobalFortCity0279 09.JPG C-5 Road corner McKinley Parkway, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig SM Prime Holdings 234,892 2013
SM City North EDSA SMNotrthjf1943 02.JPG EDSA corner North Avenue, Quezon City SM Prime Holdings 498,000 1985
SM Mall of Asia SM Mall of Asia main facade.jpg Central Business Park, Bay Boulevard, Bay City, Pasay SM Prime Holdings 407,000[12] 2006
SM Megamall Mega Fashion Hall of SM Megamall.jpg EDSA corner Julia Vargas Avenue, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong SM Prime Holdings 506,435[13] 1991
SM Southmall SM Southmall. South Wing.jpg Alabang–Zapote Road, Pilar Village, Las Piñas SM Prime Holdings 205,686[14] 1995
TriNoma 0541jfQuezon City West North Footbridge SM North EDSA Avenuefvf 05.jpg EDSA corner North Avenue, Quezon City Ayala Land 195,000[7] 2007

Community malls[edit]

Community or regional shopping centers in Metro Manila are built around one department store or supermarket and are enclosed. These shopping centers are located mostly in suburban residential areas of the metropolis and typically cater to the basic shopping needs of area residents.

Waltermart North Edsa
Name Location Developer
500 Shaw Zentrum Mandaluyong Lica Land
Agora Mall San Juan
Ali Mall Quezon City
Araneta Center
Araneta Group
Anonas City Center Quezon City
Araneta Square Caloocan
Monumento
Ayala Malls Feliz Pasig Ayala Land
Berkeley Square Quezon City
Cash & Carry Mall Makati
Centris Station Quezon City
Eton Centris
Eton Properties
Circle C Center Quezon City
Ever Gotesco Commonwealth Center Quezon City Ever Gotesco Malls
Ever Gotesco Manila Plaza Manila
Quiapo
Ever Gotesco Malls
Fairview Center Mall Quezon City
Farmers Plaza Quezon City
Araneta Center
Araneta Group
Fisher Mall Quezon City
Forum Robinsons Mandaluyong Robinsons Land
Graceland Plaza Marikina RMR Group of Companies
Greenhills Shopping Center San Juan
Guadalupe Commercial Center Makati
Hemady Square Quezon City
Harrison Plaza Manila
Malate
HK Sun Plaza Pasay
Il Terrazzo Mall Quezon City
Timog Area
Isetann Carriedo Manila
Santa Cruz
Joymart Consolidated
Isetann Cinerama Recto Manila
Quiapo
Joymart Consolidated
Isetann Cubao Quezon City
Araneta Center
Joymart Consolidated
Jackman Plaza Quezon City
Lucky Gold Plaza / LG Plaza Pasig
Makati Square Makati
Malabon Citisquare Malabon
Metropoint Mall Pasay Ayala Land
Novaliches Plaza Mall Quezon City
One Mall Valenzuela Valenzuela
Pearl Plaza Parañaque
Riverbanks Center Marikina
RMR Square Quezon City
Tandang Sora
RMR Group of Companies
Robinsons Magnolia Quezon City
New Manila
Robinsons Metro East Pasig Robinsons Land
Robinsons Otis Manila
Paco
Robinsons Land
Robinsons Novaliches Quezon City
Novaliches
Robinsons Land
Robinsons Place Las Piñas Las Piñas Robinsons Land
Robinsons Town Mall Malabon Malabon Robinsons Land
Robinsons Townville Regalado Quezon City Robinsons Retail Holdings, Inc.
Shaw Centermall Mandaluyong
SM Center Las Piñas Las Piñas SM Prime Holdings
SM Center Muntinlupa Muntinlupa SM Prime Holdings
SM Center Pasig Pasig
Ortigas Center
SM Prime Holdings
SM Center Sangandaan Caloocan SM Prime Holdings
SM Center Valenzuela Valenzuela SM Prime Holdings
SM Cherry Congressional Quezon City SM Prime Holdings
SM Cherry Shaw Mandaluyong SM Prime Holdings
SM City BF Parañaque Parañaque
BF Homes
SM Prime Holdings
SM City Bicutan Parañaque SM Prime Holdings
SM City East Ortigas Pasig SM Prime Holdings
SM City Fairview Quezon City SM Prime Holdings
SM City Manila Manila
Ermita
SM Prime Holdings
SM City Marikina Marikina SM Prime Holdings
SM City Novaliches Quezon City
Novaliches
SM Prime Holdings
SM City San Lazaro Manila
Santa Cruz
SM Prime Holdings
SM City Santa Mesa Quezon City
Santol
SM Prime Holdings
SM City Sucat Parañaque SM Prime Holdings
South Station Muntinlupa
Alabang
Filinvest Land
Star J Mall Malabon
Starmall Alabang Muntinlupa
Starmall EDSA Shaw Mandaluyong Vista Land
Sunshine Plaza Mall Taguig
Arca South
The Marketplace Mall Mandaluyong
Tutuban Center (Centermall Building)[15] Manila
Tondo
Prime Orion Philippines, Inc.; Ayala Property Management Corp.
UNITOP Sta. Mesa Manila
Santa Mesa
RI-RANCE Realty Corporation
University Mall Manila
Malate
Uniwide Coastal Mall Parañaque
Bay City
Uniwide Sales, Inc.
Uniwide Metromall Las Piñas Uniwide Sales, Inc.
Victory Central Mall Caloocan
Monumento
Victory Pasay Mall Pasay
Libertad
Vista Mall Las Piñas (formerly Starmall Las Piñas) Las Piñas Vista Land
Vista Mall Taguig Taguig Vista Land
Walter Mart Bicutan Parañaque WM Property Management Inc. and SM Investment Corp.
Walter Mart E. Rodriguez Quezon City WM Property Management Inc. and SM Investment Corp.
Walter Mart Makati Makati WM Property Management Inc. and SM Investment Corp.
Walter Mart North EDSA Quezon City WM Property Management Inc. and SM Investment Corp.
Walter Mart Sucat Parañaque WM Property Management Inc. and SM Investment Corp.
Z Square Mall Quezon City
Zabarte Town Center Caloocan

Lifestyle malls[edit]

Lifestyle centers in Metro Manila are located in upscale business districts and affluent areas like Makati, Ortigas Center, and Bonifacio Global City. Many of these boutique malls are open-air and are popular dining and entertainment venues for Manila's elite.

Newport Mall
Circuit Lane
Eastwood Mall
Name Location Developer
Ayala Malls Cloverleaf Quezon City
Balintawak Interchange
Ayala Land[16]
Ayala Malls Marikina Heights Marikina
Marikina Heights
Ayala Land[16]
Ayala Malls South Park Muntinlupa
Alabang
Ayala Land[17]
Ayala Malls The 30th Pasig
Ortigas Center
Ayala Land[18]
Ayala Malls Vertis North Quezon City
Vertis North
Ayala Land
Bonifacio High Street Taguig
Bonifacio Global City
Ayala Land
Burgos Circle at Forbes Town Center Taguig
Bonifacio Global City
Megaworld Corporation[19]
Century City Mall Makati
Century City
Century Properties
Circuit Lane Makati
Circuit Makati
Ayala Land[20]
Commercenter Muntinlupa
Alabang
Philippine Allied Enterprises Corp.[21]
Eastwood Mall Quezon City
Eastwood City
Megaworld Corporation[22]
Estancia Mall Pasig
Capitol Commons
Ortigas & Company[23]
Evia Lifestyle Center Las Piñas Vista Land[24]
Fairview Terraces Quezon City
Fairview
Ayala Land
Lucky Chinatown Manila
Binondo
Megaworld Corporation
Newport Mall Pasay
Newport City
Megaworld Corporation[25]
Santolan Town Plaza San Juan Lopez Holdings
The Grove by Rockwell Retail Row Pasig Lopez Holdings[26]
Tuscany at McKinley Hill Taguig
Bonifacio Global City
Megaworld Corporation[27]
U.P. Town Center Quezon City
Diliman
Ayala Land
Uptown Mall Taguig
Bonifacio Global City
Megaworld Corporation[28]
Venice Grand Canal Taguig
Pinagsama
Megaworld Corporation[29]
Venice Piazza Taguig
Bonifacio Global City
Megaworld Corporation[30]

Strip malls[edit]

Strip malls consist mainly of food outlets and several stores and businesses sharing one parking lot. These casual dining and retail centers have become popular hangouts among young professionals in Manila.

Blue Bay Walk
Pavilion at Greenfield District
Name Location
A. Venue Mall Makati
Poblacion
Active Fun Taguig
Bonifacio Global City
Blue Bay Walk Pasay
Blue Wave-Marikina Marikina
Bonifacio Stop Over Pavilion Taguig
Bonifacio Global City
C&B Circle Mall Marikina
Centris Walk Quezon City
Eton Centris
Crossroads Taguig
Bonifacio Global City
Eastwood CityWalk Quezon City
Eastwood City
El Pueblo Real de Manila Pasig
Ortigas Center
Forum South Global Taguig
Bonifacio Global City
Gate 3 Plaza Pasay
Harbour Square Pasay
Jaka Plaza Parañaque
Lakefront Boardwalk Muntinlupa
Liberty Center Mandaluyong
Madison Square Greenhills San Juan
Madison Square Las Piñas Las Piñas
Madison Square Pioneer Mandaluyong
Manila Ocean Park Mall Manila
Rizal Park
Metrowalk Pasig
Ortigas Center
Molito Muntinlupa
Alabang
One Parkade Taguig
Bonifacio Global City
Paseo de Magallanes Makati
Pavilion at Greenfield District Mandaluyong
Pearl Drive Commercial Center Quezon City
Pioneer Center Pasig
Ortigas Center
Plaza 66 Pasay
Newport City
San Antonio Plaza Makati
Forbes Park
San Antonio Shopping Center Parañaque
Santana Grove Parañaque
Silver City Automall Pasig
Ortigas Center
SM by the Bay Pasay
Sunshine Boulevard Plaza Quezon City
The Clubhouse at Temple Drive Quezon City
The Fort Strip Taguig
Bonifacio Global City
The Hub at Greenfield District Mandaluyong
The Portal at Greenfield District Mandaluyong
Two Parkade Taguig
Bonifacio Global City
U.P.-Ayala Land Technohub Quezon City
Westgate Center Muntinlupa
Alabang

Retail podiums[edit]

These retail centers are located within major office and residential buildings in business districts and townships around Metro Manila containing several dozen stores in the building's central atrium or podium.

Name Building Location
Alphaland Makati Place Mall Alphaland Makati Place Makati
Alphaland Southgate Mall Alphaland Southgate Tower Makati
Magallanes Village
DMG Plaza California Garden Square Mandaluyong
Eastwood Cyber and Fashion Mall Cyber One Plaza Quezon City
Eastwood City
Green Podium Green Residences Manila
Taft Avenue
Jazz Mall SM Jazz Residences Makati
Bel-Air Village
Light Mall SM Light Residences Mandaluyong
W Mall WalterMart Mall Mandaluyong
M Place Mall South Triangle M Place South Triangle Quezon City
South Triangle
Mezza Strip SM Mezza Residences Quezon City
Santa Mesa
OneE-com Plaza OneE-comCenter
Ground Level
Pasay
Mall of Asia Complex
Paseo Center Paseo Center IT Building Makati
Prism Plaza @ FiveE-comCenter FiveE-comCenter
Fourth Level
Pasay
Mall of Asia Complex
Prism Plaza @ TwoE-comCenter TwoE-comCenter
Fourth Level
Pasay
Mall of Asia Complex
RCBC Plaza Podium RCBC Plaza Makati
S Maison[31] Conrad Manila Pasay
Mall of Asia Complex
San Lorenzo Place Podium San Lorenzo Place Makati
Serendra Piazza Serendra Taguig
Bonifacio Global City
Shoppes @ Victoria Victoria Towers Quezon City
Tomas Morato Avenue
Shoppes @ Victoria Victoria de Manila Manila
Spark Place Spark Place Quezon City
P. Tuazon Boulevard
Sun Mall Sun Residences Quezon City
Mabuhay Rotunda
Sunsonic Electronics Plaza Sun Star Grand Hotel Manila
Quiapo
Techno Plaza 2 Techno Plaza 2 Eastwood City
The Enterprise Center The Enterprise Center Tower 1 Makati
The Shops at the Boulevard[32] City of Dreams Manila Parañaque
Entertainment City
TwoE-com Plaza TwoE-comCenter
Ground Level
Pasay
Mall of Asia Complex
The Podium BDO Corporate Center Mandaluyong
Ortigas Center
Times Plaza Mall Times Plaza Manila
Ermita
W Global Center W Global Center Taguig
Bonifacio Global City
Wil Tower Mall Wil Tower Quezon City
Diliman
Worldwide Corporate Center Podium Worldwide Corporate Center Mandaluyong
Shaw Boulevard

Duty-free shopping center[edit]

Located within a few miles of the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, the Duty Free Philippines FiestaMall caters only to the duty-free shopping needs of international travelers, tourists, and Balikbayan people (Filipino nationals who are residents abroad).

Name Location
Duty Free Philippines Fiesta Mall Parañaque

Bargain malls and open-air shopping plazas[edit]

Bargain malls in Manila are popular among locals and tourists alike. These independent retailers are mostly housed in enclosed malls which often spill into surrounding streets. They sell everything from ready-to-wear clothes, electronic items to jewelries.

Tiendesitas
168 Shopping Mall
Name Location
11/88 Mall Manila
Binondo
168 Shopping Mall Manila
Binondo
999 Shopping Mall Manila
Binondo
Baclaran Bagong Milenyo Plaza Pasay
Baclaran Galleria Shopping Mall Pasay
Baclaran Supermall Parañaque
Baclaran Terminal Plaza Pasay
D8 Mall (formerly Dragon8 Shopping Center)[33] Manila
Tondo
Harrison Wholesale Center Pasay
Odeon Terminal Mall Manila
Santa Cruz
Plaza Miranda Mall Quiapo
Shoppesville Arcade at Greenhills Shopping Center San Juan
St. Francis Square Mall Mandaluyong
Ortigas Center
Tiendesitas Pasig
Ortigas Center
Tutuban Center (Prime Block Building) Manila
Tondo
Two Shopping Center Pasay

Under construction[edit]

Name Location Remarks
Ayala Malls Bay Area Parañaque
Entertainment City
A ₱12 billion mixed-use development by Ayala Land on a 9.2-hectare (23-acre) property in Entertainment City will contain the biggest shopping mall in Parañaque. It is expected to be completed by the 2019.[34]
Ayala Malls Arca South Taguig
Arca South
The retail anchor for Arca South mixed-use development by Ayala Land in Taguig expected to be completed by 2018.[35]
Ayala Malls One Bonifacio High Street Taguig
Bonifacio Global City
A 21,000-square-metre (230,000 sq ft) mall part of a mixed-use development in Bonifacio Global City set to open by the end of 2017.[16]
Ayala Malls Southvale Las Piñas
Almanza
A 6,000-square-metre (65,000 sq ft) mall along Daang Hari Road in Las Piñas.[16]
Paragon Mall Pasig
Capitol Commons
The 2nd mall and entertainment center to rise at Capitol Commons, site of the old Rizal Provincial Capitol, by December 2015.[36]
SM City Commonwealth[37] Quezon City TBA
DoubleDragon Plaza Pasay
Bay City
A retail development by DoubleDragon Properties Corp. at the Meridian Park, EDSA cor. Macapagal Boulevard.[33]
Fisher Mall Malabon[38] Malabon A four-storey mall opening in October 2018 at C-4 Road, Longos, Malabon. It is touted to be one of the largest malls in CAMANAVA area.
W Mall Bay City Pasay
Mall of Asia Complex
SM Center Moonwalk Parañaque Parañaque
Moonwalk
4th mall in Parañaque.

See also[edit]

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