Taking community shopping experience to the next level, the Walter Mart Community Malls opened its four-story W Mall in Pasay City.
Located along Macapagal Boulevard, the mall boasts a wide array of tenants—including food outlets, services, and wellness—in its 12,000-square meter space.
W Mall has a Walter Mart Supermarket that offers quality fresh produce and a wide selection of local and international food products. Styling needs of Pasay and Parañaque citizens will be catered by W Department Store that carries pieces from top fashion brands.
Appliance and latest gadgets are available at Abenson. While the new Abenson Home serves as a hub for branded home essentials. SB Furniture aims to make homeowners’ dreams happen with its functional furniture pieces that match different types of living.
The newest community mall features varied choices of dining outlets, including KFC, McDonald’s, Mang Inasal, Goldilocks, Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, Cha Time, and French Baker. The food court is located on the fourth floor.
Wellness and pampering services are offered at David’s Cut, Lay Bare, and Oasis Dental. While value-for-money items are available at Miniso, Japan Home, All About Baking, and Handyman.
While moms and dads shop or pamper themselves, kids can enjoy hours of play time and action at Kidzoona located on the fourth level.
Jeck Buning, general manager and vice president for operations of Walter Mart Malls, said W Mall aims to set the bar high on the brand’s thrusts of bringing “everyday happy for the family.”
“We want to remain relevant to the community and deliver with a Service Heart all the time, and W Mall will set the tone for that,” he said.
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