ROBINSONS Land Corporation has slated to open two mixed-mixed use developments in the eastern and southern part of Metro Manila by September this year.
“The twin projects, Robinsons Place Antipolo and Las Pinas form part of a mixed-use development comprising the mall and a mid-rise residential condominium complex of Robinsons Communities”, the Gokongwei property development firm announced recently.
RLC Senior Vice President and General Manager for Commercial Centers Division Arlene G. Magtibay said that Robinsons Place Antipolo is part of a 16-hectare, mixed-use complex, composed of a mall, a terminal and a subdivision of Robinsons Homes while the Las Pinas enclave is being built on a 6.8 hectare lot along the Alabang-Zapote road
“The sprawling two storey Las Pinas mall will have a gross floor area of 59,877 square meters and a gross leasable area of 25,734 square meters. It will also have basement and open parking areas with over 500 slots.
The Antipolo mall is strategically located along Sumulong Highway at the corner of Circumferential Road which is also near the municipalities of Rodriguez, San Mateo, Taytay, Cainta, Tanay, Teresa and Baras.
Robinsons Place Antipolo will occupy a 5.7 hectare lot with a gross floor area of 43,000 square meters and a gross leasable area of 26,400 square meters. The mall will have over 200 supporting tenants and anchor tenants, which include Robinsons Supermarket, Robinsons Department Store, Handyman, Robinsons Appliance Center and Robinsons Bank.
It will have four digital cinemas, including one 3D cinema, an amusement center, and a food center
Currently under construction, Robinsons Place Las Piñas is part of a mixed-use development comprising the mall and a mid-rise residential condominium complex of Robinsons Communities.
“With its proximity to other densely populated areas such as Alabang, Muntinlupa, Paranãque and Bacoor, Las Piñas truly represents an enticing location for doing business,” said Magtibay.
Robinsons Place Las Piñas will offer the full range of dining options including fastfood, casual dining restaurants, and al fresco restaurants as well as coffee shops and a 214 seat food court. Robinsons Movieworld which will operate four world-class digital cinemas (with one 3D) totaling 960 seats.
Among its 150 tenants are fashion boutiques, specialty shops, service stores, and IT and gadget stores. It will also have an amusement center, a baby care lounge and Lingkod Pinoy Center.
Both developments will have as anchor tenants Robinsons Supermarket, and department store, Robinson’s Bank, Toys “R”Us, Robinson’s Appliance, Handyman and South Star drugstore.
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