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MEGAWORLD  CORPORATION
C OMMERCIAL  D IVISION Megaworld is a foremost property developer which  started the concept of building urban master plan...
The entirety of Megaworld’s commercial projects promises its guests with a complete and delightful experience. Each of the...
 
 
 
A new city from old roots
CITYPLACE…a city reborn
<ul><li>Lucky Chinatown is a 5 hectare development of Megaworld Corporation situated at the heart of Chinatown along Reina...
Market
5KM Radius <ul><li>Tondo </li></ul><ul><li>San Nicolas </li></ul><ul><li>Binondo </li></ul><ul><li>Quiapo </li></ul><ul><l...
<ul><li>Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) </li></ul><ul><li>Department of Tourism (DOT) </li></ul><ul><li>Office o...
<ul><li>One of Asia's and South East Asia's major seaports, and also one of the Philippine's most active ports together wi...
M.M. TOTAL  = 48 # of Chinese Schools in the City of Manila =  28 List of Chinese Schools in Metro Manila Ay Shin Academy ...
List of Chinese Schools in Metro Manila Phil. Academy of Sakya 1463 G. Masangkay St., Sta. Cruz, Manila Phil. Buddhacare A...
<ul><li>TDK (Tai Dyok Ka) – Mainland Chinese  </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Live in/around the Binondo area due to the language ba...
<ul><li>Binondo – 18 </li></ul><ul><li>Sta. Cruz – 10 </li></ul><ul><li>Ermita – 8 </li></ul><ul><li>Sta Ana – 12 </li></u...
<ul><li>The Trade Area is largely based on geographical proximity and </li></ul><ul><li>administrative boundaries of polit...
TOTAL POPULATION  839,669 2.5 KM RADIUS 10 - 30 minutes drive  2.5 TRADE AREA :  PRIMARY PRIMARY TRADE AREA LUCKY CHINATOW...
TOTAL POPULATION: 1,509,007 2.5 5 TRADE AREA :  SECONDARY SECONDARY TRADE AREA LUCKY CHINATOWN 2.5 - 5 KM RADIUS: 30 min -...
TOTAL POPULATION: 4,885,459 2.5 5 TRADE AREA :  TERTIARY TERTIARY TRADE AREA LUCKY CHINATOWN Population Malabon 183,221 Ca...
2.5 5 TRADE AREA :  TOTAL TERTIARY TRADE AREA 4,885,459 TOTAL POPULATION 7,234,135 LUCKY CHINATOWN PRIMARY TRADE AREA 839,...
The  Wholesale and Retail Trade  Industry  (52%)  has the largest share of the total accredited establishments in the City...
<ul><li>The  Wholesale and Retail Trade  Industry has the highest number of Business Establishments in the City of Manila ...
Manila is characterized by mostly residential land use that covers 35.85% of the City's total land area or 1450.49 hectare...
<ul><li>CITY OF MANILA </li></ul><ul><li>2000 census </li></ul><ul><li>Median age was 24 years  </li></ul><ul><li>City of ...
<ul><li>Total family savings posted 2.5 billion pesos  every three years and the accumulated family savings from 1985 up t...
<ul><li>Manila data: Projected using the 3 yr ave. growth rate posted in Manila SEPP 2005 </li></ul><ul><li>“ In the same ...
Accessibility – Transport System
MRT & LRT <ul><li>Main metropolitan rail system serving the Metro Manila area in the Philippines </li></ul><ul><li>The LRT...
TAXI CABS <ul><ul><li>Available at the international and domestic airport and at major hotels with fixed rate depending on...
BUSES <ul><li>Most of the buses that go to Binondo are M.A.C Liner, G Liner & Fides Express  </li></ul><ul><li>Both air-co...
JEEPNEYS <ul><li>Most popular means of public transportation in the Philippines; they have also become a symbol of Philipp...
The Mall
LUCKY CHINATOWN  (WHOLE DEVELOPMENT) LUCKY CHINATOWN MALL   N E W S
The much awaited development that will completely reinvent the shopping and leisure experience at the heart of Binondo! > ...
REINA REGENTE F&B Merchandise Mix G/F SUPERMARKET LACOSTE, PAYLESS, CACHE CACHE, ALDO, CHARLES & KEITH, NIKE, ADIDAS, SANU...
DEPARTMENT STORE BENCH, HUMAN, MALDITA, MENTAL, F&H BAYO, KAMISETA, PEOPLE ARE PEOPLE, SHOE SALON, HAVAIANAS, CROCS, ACCES...
..Will feature specialty shops that will fill shoppers’ myriad of needs for technology, vanity, and casual dining … Will f...
TIMEZONE, BINGO BONANZA ..Will feature a 1,000 seater foodcourt area ..A zone that offers amusement, top local fastfood br...
..Will feature four (4) state of the art cinemas to be complimented by select cafes and other few quick serve food outlets...
Chinatown Walk
LUCKY CHINATOWN  (WHOLE DEVELOPMENT) CHINATOWN WALK N E W S
<ul><li>QUICK FACTS: </li></ul><ul><li>Gross Leasable Area :  </li></ul><ul><li>2,122.68 square meters   </li></ul><ul><li...
The Chinatown Walk Perspective
Phase I – Cityplace Square & Residential Complex
LUCKY CHINATOWN  (WHOLE DEVELOPMENT) PHASE I – CITYPLACE SQUARE AND RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX N E W S
<ul><li>Luxury living  with the excitement of bazaar shopping. </li></ul><ul><li>The residential area is comprised of  two...
THE RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX
* Majority of the units bought will be for actual residential use THE RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX TOWER A TOWER B TURNOVER July 20...
THE COMMERCIAL  RETAIL COMPLEX
<ul><li>Total number of stalls : 358 </li></ul><ul><li>Average stall sizes : 9.00 sqm. – 13.00 sqm.  </li></ul>BAZAAR AREA...
BDO and the Mall
 
TOTAL AREA ALLOCATED FOR BANCO DE ORO 157 sq.m. TIMELINE > TURNOVER OF SPACES TO TENANTS : APRIL 2011 > MALL OPENING : JUN...
MEGAWORLD  CORPORATION Upcoming Projects VENICE 2012
VENICE
VENICE
MEGAWORLD  CORPORATION Upcoming Projects UPTOWN FORT 2013
UPTOWN FORT : FRONT VIEW
UPTOWN FORT : FRONT VIEW
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Lucky chinatown mall bdo 03.30.11

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Lucky Chinatown is a township brainchild of Megaworld Corporation within the heart of Binondo, Manila. It is the last parcel of land, 5 hectares, which will be the legacy of the Chairman - Mr Andrew Tan - and a payback to the city where he grew up.

The development includes 3 buildings which are:

CITYPLACE SQUARE - Bazaar Mall with food court rivaling its neighbors 999 and highly renowned 168. On top of it sits 2 residential towers

ANNEX - Another building of pure bazaar mall shopping

LUCKY CHINATOWN MALL - A full sized mall housing international and local brand, casual dining, Chinese Restaurants, and 4 state-of-the-art cinemas.

The center of attraction of this development is the Lucky Chinatown Walk, which would be the icon of Binondo. It is a walk strip in between Lucky Chinatown Mall and Annex housing Chinese Restaurants, deli's, herbalists, and everything Chinese. This will stretch from Reina Regente Street to La Chambre Street.


*For Inquiries:
nicholo@megaworld-commercial.com
lemuelkiong@megaworld-commercial.com
709-1111 local 124/144

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    1. 1. MEGAWORLD CORPORATION
    2. 2. C OMMERCIAL D IVISION Megaworld is a foremost property developer which started the concept of building urban master planned communities in Metro Manila. MEGAWORLD CORPORATION WHO ARE WE?
    3. 3. The entirety of Megaworld’s commercial projects promises its guests with a complete and delightful experience. Each of these commercial projects will be the next sought-after destination in the country. IN PRIME SITES OF THE URBAN METRO City Place COMMERCIAL PROJECTS Uptown Fort
    4. 7. A new city from old roots
    5. 8. CITYPLACE…a city reborn
    6. 9. <ul><li>Lucky Chinatown is a 5 hectare development of Megaworld Corporation situated at the heart of Chinatown along Reina Regente Street Binondo, Manila. </li></ul><ul><li>It will be the home of 62,060.77 square meter commercial complex and two (2) residential towers. </li></ul>… a city reborn
    7. 10. Market
    8. 11. 5KM Radius <ul><li>Tondo </li></ul><ul><li>San Nicolas </li></ul><ul><li>Binondo </li></ul><ul><li>Quiapo </li></ul><ul><li>Intramuros </li></ul><ul><li>Ermita </li></ul><ul><li>Paco </li></ul><ul><li>Pandacan </li></ul><ul><li>Malate </li></ul><ul><li>San Andres </li></ul><ul><li>San Miguel </li></ul><ul><li>Sampaloc </li></ul><ul><li>Sta Cruz </li></ul><ul><li>Port Area </li></ul>MANILA NOTES : Population count was projected using 2007 NSCB data with a 2.11% average annual growth rate . 1-5 KM RAD. TOTAL POPULATION 2007 1,974,948 2008 2,016,619 2009 2,059,170 2010 2,102,618 2011 2,146,983
    9. 12. <ul><li>Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) </li></ul><ul><li>Department of Tourism (DOT) </li></ul><ul><li>Office of the President (Malacanang Palace) </li></ul><ul><li>Supreme Court (SC) </li></ul><ul><li>Court of Appeals </li></ul><ul><li>Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas </li></ul><ul><li>Department of Budget (DOB) </li></ul><ul><li>Department of Finance (DOF) </li></ul><ul><li>Department of Health (DOH) </li></ul><ul><li>Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) </li></ul><ul><li>Department of Justice (DOJ) </li></ul>Major Institutions National Government Offices near the development
    10. 13. <ul><li>One of Asia's and South East Asia's major seaports, and also one of the Philippine's most active ports together with Subic Bay, Cebu, and other major Philippine ports. </li></ul><ul><li>Composed of five piers </li></ul><ul><li>In a 2005 study ( AAPA official world study on port rankings) , The Port of Manila was listed as the world's 31st most active container port </li></ul>PORT AREA (Part of San Nicolas) LUCKY CHINATOWN
    11. 14. M.M. TOTAL = 48 # of Chinese Schools in the City of Manila = 28 List of Chinese Schools in Metro Manila Ay Shin Academy   417 Dasmarinas St., Sta. Cruz, Manila Chiang Kai Shek Colllege 1274 Padre Algue St., Tondo, Manila Divine Mercy Learning Center 927 Ongpin St., Sta. Cruz, Manila Dr. Kwangson Young Memorial School 1044 Alburquer St., Tondo, Manila Early Achiever's Learning Center 78 Sgt. E. Rivera cor. Biak-na-Bato St., QC Gideon Academy 2683 F.B. Harrison St., Pasay City Grace Christian High School Grace Village, Sto. Domingo, QC Hope Christian High School 1242 Benavidez St., Sta. Cruz, Manila Immaculate Concepcion Academy 10 Grant St., Greenhills, San Juan Jubilee Christian Academy Dona Hemady cor. 3rd St., New Manila, QC Ke-ti Learning Center 1264 Jose Abad Santos St., Tondo, Manila Life Spring Christian School 130 Maria Clara St., QC Lorenzo Ruiz Academy 649 Ongpin St., Binondo, Manila Lotus Children Learning Center 517 Silencio St., Sta. Mesa, Manila Magic New Life Christian Academy 7650 De la Rosa St., Pio del Pilar, Makati City Makati Hope Christian High School 2312 Pasong Tamo Ext., Makati Malabon Cultural Institute 9 Azucena St., Longos, Malabon Manila Patriotic School 711 Tomas Mapua St., Sta. Cruz, Manila Manila Women's Vocational School 945 S. Padilla St., 3rd Floor, Binondo, Manila Merry Angels School 945 S. Padilla St., YMCA Bldg, Manila Mother Gonuy Memorial Institute 16 Araqon St., San Francisco, Pelumnte, QC Northern Rizal Yorklin School 253 C. Cordero St., 5th Avenue, Caloocan City Paco Citizen Academy Foundation 1646-50 Paz St., Paco, Manila Pasig Community School Brgy. San Miguel, Market Ave., Pasig City Philadelphia School 126 Talayan St., Talayan Village, QC
    12. 15. List of Chinese Schools in Metro Manila Phil. Academy of Sakya 1463 G. Masangkay St., Sta. Cruz, Manila Phil. Buddhacare Academy 10-12 Don Pepe St., cor. Maria Clara St., QC Phil. Buddhist Seng Guan Memorial Institute Northern Hills, Tugatog, Malabon Phil. Chen Kuang High School 210 P. Parada St., San Juan, MM Phil. Chung Hua School 3217 Reposo St., Sta. Mesa, Sampaloc, Manila Phil. Cultural High School 1253 Jose Abad Santos St., Tondo, Manila Phil. Institute of Quezon City 62 Kitanlad St., QC Phil. Jin Nan Institute 824 Alvarado St., Binondo, Manila Phil. Pasay Chung Hua Academy 2269 Luna St., Pasay City Phil. San Bin School 714 Camba St., Binondo, Manila Phil. Scholastic Academy 1050 Castillejos St., Quiapo, Manila Phil. Su Kuang Institute 1019 G. Masangkay St., Binondo, Manila Phil. Sun Yat Sen High School 938 Zacateros St., Sta. Cruz, Manila Quezon City Christian Academy 52 Mariano Cuenco St., QC St. Jude Catholic School 326 Ycaza St., San Miguel, Manila St. Peter the Apostle School 1260 Pres. Quirino Ave., Paco, Manila St. Stephen's High School 1267 G. Masangkay St., Sta. Cruz, Manila Samantabhadra Institute 1141-45 Batangas Cor. Jose Abad Santos St., Tondo, Mla. Tiong Se Academy 708 Sta. Elena St., Binondo, Manila Uno High School 1440 Alvarado Extension, Tondo, Manila Westminster High School 60-68 Honorio Lopez Blvd., Balut, Tondo, Manila Xavier School 64 Xavier St., West Greenhills, San Juan Young Children Learning Center 80 Guirayan St., Quezon City
    13. 16. <ul><li>TDK (Tai Dyok Ka) – Mainland Chinese </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Live in/around the Binondo area due to the language barrier (Mandarin) – around 50 condos near the Binondo Area </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Ex. San Fernando Tower, City plaza, Dynasty Tower 1 & 2,Broadview Tower etc. </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><li>Tsinoys </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Within the immediate area – Binondo, San Nicolas, Sta. Cruz, Quiapo </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Outside Manila City </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Quezon City – Talayan Village, New Manila, Grace Village, Damar Village, Banawe, East Avenue </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Outside QC – Greenhills, San Juan, Sta. Mesa </li></ul></ul></ul>Chinese Residential Areas
    14. 17. <ul><li>Binondo – 18 </li></ul><ul><li>Sta. Cruz – 10 </li></ul><ul><li>Ermita – 8 </li></ul><ul><li>Sta Ana – 12 </li></ul><ul><li>Sta Mesa – 3 </li></ul><ul><li>Malate – 32 </li></ul><ul><li>Sampaloc – 19 </li></ul><ul><li>Quiapo – 5 </li></ul><ul><li>Tondo -15 </li></ul><ul><li>San Miguel - 3 </li></ul><ul><li>San Andres – 4 </li></ul><ul><li>Paco – 2 </li></ul><ul><li>San Nicolas - 5 </li></ul><ul><li>Pandacan -1 </li></ul>Source: HLURB Total: 137 New Residential Condominium Buildings near the development (built since 1994)
    15. 18. <ul><li>The Trade Area is largely based on geographical proximity and </li></ul><ul><li>administrative boundaries of political districts. However, the </li></ul><ul><li>following factors were also considered: </li></ul><ul><li>Megaworld Master Plan </li></ul><ul><li>Population distribution and concentration </li></ul><ul><li>Original retail characteristics of the area </li></ul><ul><li>Access conditions- existing and proposed motor traffic & transportation accessibility </li></ul><ul><li>Existing and proposed competitive retail facilities </li></ul>TRADE AREA
    16. 19. TOTAL POPULATION 839,669 2.5 KM RADIUS 10 - 30 minutes drive 2.5 TRADE AREA : PRIMARY PRIMARY TRADE AREA LUCKY CHINATOWN Population Tondo 438,331 San Nicolas 45,068 Port Area 50,760 Intramuros 5,229 San Miguel 16,802 Binondo 12,616 Quiapo 24,125 Sta Cruz 61,922 Sampaloc 184,816
    17. 20. TOTAL POPULATION: 1,509,007 2.5 5 TRADE AREA : SECONDARY SECONDARY TRADE AREA LUCKY CHINATOWN 2.5 - 5 KM RADIUS: 30 min - 1 HR drive Population Tondo 219,165 Paco 72,255 Malate 81,464 Ermita 6,470 Sampaloc 184,186 Pandacan 79,381 Sta Ana (inc. Punta) 172,720 Sta Cruz 61,922 San Andres 13,672 Sta Mesa 103,113 Q.C (part) 159,489 Navotas 86,056 Caloocan 268,482
    18. 21. TOTAL POPULATION: 4,885,459 2.5 5 TRADE AREA : TERTIARY TERTIARY TRADE AREA LUCKY CHINATOWN Population Malabon 183,221 Caloocan 266,492 Quezon City 2,654,495 Mandaluyong 318,607 Makati 215,908 Pasay 420,253 San Juan 130,682 Paranaque 53,728 Valenzuela 57,088 Pasig City 643,626 Marikina 442,718 Navotas 126,395 Considering LRT2 end station + Pasig Ferry
    19. 22. 2.5 5 TRADE AREA : TOTAL TERTIARY TRADE AREA 4,885,459 TOTAL POPULATION 7,234,135 LUCKY CHINATOWN PRIMARY TRADE AREA 839,669 SECONDARY TRADE AREA 1,509,007
    20. 23. The Wholesale and Retail Trade Industry (52%) has the largest share of the total accredited establishments in the City of Manila Source: Socio-Economic and Physical Profile (SEPP), Manila 2005 Establishments by Industry Classification Manila 1999-2003 Wholesale & Retail Hotels & Restaurants Real Estate Manufacturing
    21. 24. <ul><li>The Wholesale and Retail Trade Industry has the highest number of Business Establishments in the City of Manila (1999-2003) </li></ul>Source: Socio-Economic and Physical Profile (SEPP), Manila 2005 Distribution of Business Establishments by Industry Classification , MANILA
    22. 25. Manila is characterized by mostly residential land use that covers 35.85% of the City's total land area or 1450.49 hectares of the City's 4045.8 hectares City Zoning Manila 2005 : Lucky Chinatown
    23. 26. <ul><li>CITY OF MANILA </li></ul><ul><li>2000 census </li></ul><ul><li>Median age was 24 years </li></ul><ul><li>City of Manila had a median age of 24 years. This meant that in 2000, half of the population were below 24 years old. In 1995, the median age was 23 years. </li></ul>Age-Sex population pyramid
    24. 27. <ul><li>Total family savings posted 2.5 billion pesos every three years and the accumulated family savings from 1985 up to 2003 is 78.9 billion pesos. </li></ul>Source: Socio-Economic and Physical Profile (SEPP), Manila 2005 <ul><li>Steady increases in average growth rates posted at 38.97% and 41%, for total income and expenditures, respectively. </li></ul><ul><li>Generally, family income reportedly increases at the rate of 12.3 billion pesos every three years or approximately 4.1 billion pesos annually, while total family expenditure is increasing every three years at the rate of 9.8 billion or 3.3 billion pesos annually </li></ul>FIES (Average Annual Inc/Exp) MANILA (2003)
    25. 28. <ul><li>Manila data: Projected using the 3 yr ave. growth rate posted in Manila SEPP 2005 </li></ul><ul><li>“ In the same way average income and expenditures posted double-digit average growth rate at 35.15% and 36.32%, respectively.” </li></ul>income (Ave annual) income (Ave annual) MANILA > NCR Projected Income/Expenditure (City of Manila & NCR -2009) MANILA 2006 NCR 2006 3 Yr Ave. Growth Rate (MLA ) 3 Yr Ave. Growth rate (NCR ) MANILA 2009 NCR 2009 INCOME P 382,419.00 P310,860.00 1.3515 1.027 P 516,839.00 P319,253.00 Expenditure P 307,913.00 P257,930.00 1.3632 1.038 P 419,747.00 P 267,731.00 SAVINGS P 74,506.00 P52,930.00 P 97,093.00 P 51,522.00
    26. 29. Accessibility – Transport System
    27. 30. MRT & LRT <ul><li>Main metropolitan rail system serving the Metro Manila area in the Philippines </li></ul><ul><li>The LRT has 3 lines: LRT-1, called the Yellow Line, LRT-2, called the Purple Line, and MRT, called the Blue Line </li></ul>Terminal nearest to Lucky Chinatown LRT1 - Doroteo Jose, LRT 2 - Recto Lucky Chinatown
    28. 31. TAXI CABS <ul><ul><li>Available at the international and domestic airport and at major hotels with fixed rate depending on your destination </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Fare starts at P40.00 with an added P3.50 for every succeeding 200 meters </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Taxi Cab from Quezon City to Binondo will usually cost around P350 </li></ul></ul>
    29. 32. BUSES <ul><li>Most of the buses that go to Binondo are M.A.C Liner, G Liner & Fides Express </li></ul><ul><li>Both air-conditioned and regular buses travel all the major routes in Metro Manila except Roxas Boulevard </li></ul><ul><li>Bus transport Philippines does not have a central bus terminal; each bus company has its own terminal and they are spread all over Metro Manila </li></ul>
    30. 33. JEEPNEYS <ul><li>Most popular means of public transportation in the Philippines; they have also become a symbol of Philippine culture </li></ul>PASIG FERRY <ul><li>The Pasig River Ferry Service, is the only water-based transportation that cruises the Pasig River from Barangay Kalawaan Sur in Pasig City to Intramuros, Manila; although commonly referred to as a ferry, it is more akin to a water bus </li></ul>
    31. 34. The Mall
    32. 35. LUCKY CHINATOWN (WHOLE DEVELOPMENT) LUCKY CHINATOWN MALL N E W S
    33. 36. The much awaited development that will completely reinvent the shopping and leisure experience at the heart of Binondo! > 5 level shopping mall > 5 levels of parking (1,000 slots) > 26,033.75 sqm. (NLA) > Supermarket anchor
    34. 37. REINA REGENTE F&B Merchandise Mix G/F SUPERMARKET LACOSTE, PAYLESS, CACHE CACHE, ALDO, CHARLES & KEITH, NIKE, ADIDAS, SANUK, DC, RES|TOE|RUN, BRATPACK STARBUCKS, MCDONALD’S, LUGANG, SHI LIN, CRYSTAL JADE RESTAURANT, CRYSTAL JADE MY BREAD BAKERY CAFE ..Will feature international retail brands merged with premier local brands ..Will showcase restaurants from Manila’s Chinese enclaves & other food concepts inspired by the streets of HK, Beijing, & Singapore ..A supermarket will also serve as one of the primary anchors of the floor ELEVATOR ESCALATOR KODAK, MIO MAGAZINE, BAG TAG,
    35. 38. DEPARTMENT STORE BENCH, HUMAN, MALDITA, MENTAL, F&H BAYO, KAMISETA, PEOPLE ARE PEOPLE, SHOE SALON, HAVAIANAS, CROCS, ACCESSORIZE, PUMA, CONVERSE TAO YUAN, CRYSTAL JADE, LUGANG, SHI LIN TOBY’S, NATIONAL BOOKSTORE, TIME DEPOT, TIMEX, PINKBOX, IMONO, LUXOR, FILBAR’S, COMIC ALLEY, 2RATS, TRANSFER-IT, LYRICS, FUNCTIONAL OLLIE & CO., KIDS OF BAYO, JUMP, PERIWINKLE, BABY FASHIONISTAS, BABYLAND, GINGERSNAPS ..An interplay of Chinese cuisine, home-grown fashion brands, and specialty shops REINA REGENTE Merchandise Mix 2/F ELEVATOR ESCALATOR
    36. 39. ..Will feature specialty shops that will fill shoppers’ myriad of needs for technology, vanity, and casual dining … Will feature home furnishing concepts DEPARTMENT STORE AND HARDWARE TOYTOWN, AUTOMATIC CENTER , CD-R KING, OCTAGON, MEMOEXPRESS, SILICON VALLEY, GLOBE/ SUN/ SMART BENEFITS SALON, GLOSS NAILS, BENCH FIX, GQ BARBER SHOP, BIG APPLE EXPRESS DIMENSIONE, LA SEDIA, METRO LIVING, PHILUX, COLOR & LIFE 945.29 sqm 1,242.27 sqm PANCAKE HOUSE, TERIYAKI BOY, SIZZLIN PEPPER STEAK, DENCIO’S, STACKER’S, PERI PERI, MAX,S, TUTTI FRUTTI Merchandise Mix 3/F ELEVATOR ESCALATOR REINA REGENTE
    37. 40. TIMEZONE, BINGO BONANZA ..Will feature a 1,000 seater foodcourt area ..A zone that offers amusement, top local fastfood brands, and a service lane LBC, MR. QUICKIE, BAYAD CENTER, ALTERATIONS PLUS, GOV’T SATELLITE OFFICES (LTO, NBI, ETC.) JOLLIBEE, CHOWKING, GREENWICH, KFC, TOKYO TOKYO, MANG INASAL, BURGER KING FOODCOURT TIMEZONE / WORLDS OF FUN 4/F Merchandise Mix REINA REGENTE ELEVATOR ESCALATOR
    38. 41. ..Will feature four (4) state of the art cinemas to be complimented by select cafes and other few quick serve food outlets CINEMAS NYFD, JAMAICAN PATTIES, BIG CHILL, SABRETT, TATERS, BURGER POCKET, WENDY’S, SLAMMER BURGERS, BIG BETTER BURGERS, HAPPY LEMON Merchandise Mix 5/F 1 2 3 4 ELEVATOR ESCALATOR REINA REGENTE
    39. 42. Chinatown Walk
    40. 43. LUCKY CHINATOWN (WHOLE DEVELOPMENT) CHINATOWN WALK N E W S
    41. 44. <ul><li>QUICK FACTS: </li></ul><ul><li>Gross Leasable Area : </li></ul><ul><li>2,122.68 square meters </li></ul><ul><li>Concept: </li></ul><ul><li>A street concept reviving the famed Chinatown with select homegrown Chinatown restaurants, delicatessen, furniture, jewelry and herbal Chinese medicines mixed with hand-picked cafés and tea salons . </li></ul>THE CHINATOWN WALK
    42. 45. The Chinatown Walk Perspective
    43. 46. Phase I – Cityplace Square & Residential Complex
    44. 47. LUCKY CHINATOWN (WHOLE DEVELOPMENT) PHASE I – CITYPLACE SQUARE AND RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX N E W S
    45. 48. <ul><li>Luxury living with the excitement of bazaar shopping. </li></ul><ul><li>The residential area is comprised of two (2) towers which are scheduled to be turned over by July and November of 2011. </li></ul><ul><li>The retail area will have three (3) floors that will house 358 bargain shops that will feature a multitude of products such as fashion apparel, accessories, novelty items, electronics, and food items. </li></ul>BAZAAR MALL & RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX
    46. 49. THE RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX
    47. 50. * Majority of the units bought will be for actual residential use THE RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX TOWER A TOWER B TURNOVER July 2011 November 2011 # OF FLOORS (residential) 30 32 # OF FLOORS (parking) 5 (including Basement) # OF SLOTS (parking) 535 (107 slots / floor) # OF UNITS (residential) 150 (3 – 4 BR units only) * 5 units per floor 300 (Studio – 2 BR units) % OF SOLD UNITS 95% 85%
    48. 51. THE COMMERCIAL RETAIL COMPLEX
    49. 52. <ul><li>Total number of stalls : 358 </li></ul><ul><li>Average stall sizes : 9.00 sqm. – 13.00 sqm. </li></ul>BAZAAR AREA FLOOR PRODUCT ZONING GROUND FLOOR jewelry, food items (dry goods) SECOND FLOOR RTW, fashion accessories THIRD FLOOR electronics, general merchandise, & a foodcourt area
    50. 53. BDO and the Mall
    51. 55. TOTAL AREA ALLOCATED FOR BANCO DE ORO 157 sq.m. TIMELINE > TURNOVER OF SPACES TO TENANTS : APRIL 2011 > MALL OPENING : JUNE 2011
    52. 56. MEGAWORLD CORPORATION Upcoming Projects VENICE 2012
    53. 57. VENICE
    54. 58. VENICE
    55. 59. MEGAWORLD CORPORATION Upcoming Projects UPTOWN FORT 2013
    56. 60. UPTOWN FORT : FRONT VIEW
    57. 61. UPTOWN FORT : FRONT VIEW
    58. 62. A new city from old roots Thank You!
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