While keeping the synergy of the Villar group with the AllValue brands, Vista Mall has also partnered with Mindanao’s leading consumer goods retailer NCCC Supermarket to provide a comprehensive retail offering for a well-established community.
The opening of Vista Mall in Davao City comes at a time when business confidence is strong in the region. Davao Region’s economy grew by 5.9 percent in 2021, valued at Php 882 billion from about Php 833.2-billion in 2022, as reported in a recent scan by the Philippine Statistics Authority.
“Davao’s star has risen very rapidly in the recent years, and with the continued expansion of purchasing power of the Davaoeños coupled with the premiumization trend that pervades the country’s growing middle class, we are confident in our strategy to expand Vista Mall and the rapidly growing brands of AllValue, especially in the increasingly-urbanized cities in the Philippines’ south,” said AllValue Chairman Manny B. Villar, Jr.
In compliance with important safety protocols in the continued re-opening of the economy, Vista Mall-Davao ensures a safe and “out-of-the-box” malling experience: generous and well-appointed outdoor dining spaces that seamlessly flow into thoughtfully-designed mall spaces, akin to the best that can be seen not only in countries like Japan, Thailand or Korea, but across the globe.
Vista Mall has branches in Antipolo, Bataan, Somo, Dasmariñas, General Trias, Global South, Iloilo, Kawit, Lakefront, Las Piñas, Malolos, Naga, Pampanga, Tanza. For leasing inquiries, you may call 0917-526-6846 or send an email to email@example.com. Connect with Vista Mall Davao for more updates at https://www.facebook.com/VistaMallDavaoOfficial.