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Newest Lifestyle Destination The Village Square Alabang Opens in the South

Megaworld Lifestyle Malls brings forth another immersive shopping experience for the people living in the south through The Village Square Alabang, the newest lifestyle destination replete with commercial and business services ready to serve the residential’s immediate needs within Paranaque and Las Piñas City.

The community mall located along Zapote, Alabang opened its doors to the public on May 18, spanning approximately 9,000 square meters of commercial space, covering two-floors of retail, dining, and shopping experience for mall guests who are looking to find the new trends in leisure strip.

Apart from being a retail hub, Village Square Alabang will also lease its commercial space for business ventures. Two towers will be built in the future for the operation of Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) companies. There’s also going to be a four-story parking building for the benefit of mall guests and employees.

At present, Village Square Alabang offers basic and functional services such as SM Hypermarket, Cebuana Lhuillier, and Dot Zero Hair Studio, while operating food chains include Max’s Restaurant and Gong Cha. There’s also an ongoing Village Fair wherein mall guests can shop for cute, novelty, summer products. Village Fair will run until May 31.

The retail and dining services portfolio will expand in the coming months with the influx of other notable brands.

At its core, Village Square Alabang operates on a simple notion: that is, to provide mall guests in the community with basic necessities within a few steps. Here at Village Square Alabang, everyday convenience is redefined. Explore in style only at the newest lifestyle gateway in the south!

Topics: Megaworld Lifestyle Malls , The Village Square Alabang ,
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