SM Prime Holdings, Inc., one of the largest integrated property developers in Southeast Asia, will open today SM Center Ormoc, its first mall in Eastern Visayas.
SM Prime said in a disclosure to the stock exchange SM Center Ormoc would offer over 20,000 square meters of well-selected dining, shopping and entertainment options.
“It is SM Prime’s pride and joy to finally open our first mall in the Eastern Visayas Region. SM Center Ormoc will be a great addition to the growing local economy of Ormoc City and the continuously developing province of Leyte. We look forward to more growth opportunities for the people of this region along with SM’s brand of lifestyle and entertainment,” SM Prime president Jeffrey Lim said.
SM Center Ormoc will open with 85 percent of space lease awarded, covering three floors of mixed recreation, service and entertainment facilities led by SM Supermarket, SM Appliance Center, Watsons, Ace Hardware, Simply Shoes, Surplus, Miniso and Banco De Oro.
It will also feature an al fresco dining area on its second level, giving a glimpse of the vibrant surrounding, and four SM Cinemas, including a Director’s Club Cinema.
SM Center Ormoc promises to be a destination for leisure and entertainment of the city’s residents.
Bounded by Hermosilla Drive in the north, Real Street in the east, Osmeña Street in the south and Anilao River in the west, the new SM Mall with its modern structure and vivid design is a sure standout in the bustling downtown area of Ormoc City.
SM Center Ormoc’s architecture boasts of distinct style and pattern that allow generous natural light into its interiors, accentuating its colorful and modern design inspired by the dynamic lifestyle of the city and sustainable development of the region.
SM Prime since the start of the year has opened four new malls, namely SM Center Imus in Cavite, SM City Urdaneta Central in Pangasinan, SM City Telabastagan in Pampanga and SM City Legazpi in Albay.
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