Festive Walk Mall, Megaworld’s first and biggest full-scale lifestyle mall in Visayas and Mindanao, is opening Marketplace by Rustan’s this October—the first branch of the popular supermarket chain in Western Visayas.
The upscale supermarket will be the newest supermarket chain to open inside the Festive Walk Mall Annex compound, bringing an extensive range of international and gourmet selections and other premium products.
“The expansion of Festive Walk Mall is a testament to our commitment to bring our pioneering lifestyle mall experience to more Ilonggos. Festive Walk Mall Annex is designed to add more variety in terms of choices, while bringing utmost convenience to our mall patrons,” says Kevin L. Tan, Alliance Global Group, Inc. chief executive officer and head of Megaworld Lifestyle Malls.
The 9,000-square-meter, three-level annex of the mall was designed using the same modern and tropical influence that characterizes the main mall. It will be connected to the former via an air-conditioned skybridge on the second and third floors, as well as to a multi-level parking building where the mall’s transport hub is located.
It will also have a direct connection to the Festive Walk Parade, a 1.1-kilometer dining and nightlife strip, and the Iloilo Museum of Contemporary Arts, the first contemporary arts museum in Visayas and Mindanao.
Festive Walk Mall Annex will also house the Church of God and a host of other shops and services, medical facilities, and the first in-mall showroom of BMW, which marks the first entry of the German luxury carmaker to Iloilo.
It will also become a one-stop government center soon with the opening of satellite offices of various government agencies, such as PhilHealth, Bureau of Immigration, and Land Transportation Office.
Hailed as Iloilo’s “most beautiful mall,” Festive Walk Mall recently won the Retail Category at the 2018 FIABCI-Philippines Property and Real Estate Excellence Awards.
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