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Had the chance to visit this mall over the long weekend. I must say the design is not too shabby. Low ceiling though. More like greenhills tiangge. My only beef here is the quality of workmanship, its really bad. Its like the contractors asked a group of homeless drunks to do the finishing. But overall the design is ok. Although i seriously doubt this mall will be a success unless they make a seamless access from the 168mall across the street towards this mall.

There is a fastfood center on the 4th floor i think or was it third. And guess what, all of the food stalls are owned by jollibee of course, jollibee, chowking, mang inasal, red ribbon and highlands coffee

BTW the old tutuban mall which burned down was turned into an organized vending area courtesy of course of vice mayor isko. Added income din sa kanya yan
 

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BTW the old tutuban mall which burned down was turned into an organized vending area courtesy of course of vice mayor isko. Added income din sa kanya yan
ang sabi po sa mga press release sa tutuban pa din yung area ng former CB1.

(lionheartv.net)
The TC Shopping Plaza at TutubanCenter formally opened on Independence Day, and with over 170 stalls operating from 9AM to 7PM, the plaza serves as an exciting daytime complement to Tutuban Center’s thriving night market scene.

“We are positioning Tutuban Center as a one-stop shop, and offer a “complete” shopping destination for great finds at affordable prices – day and night,” says Sylvia Tecson, VP-Leasing and Marketing of Tutuban Center.

“Here at TC Shopping Plaza, you will see a wonderful assortment of products—from RTW, Apparels, Accessories and Home Essentials, to Souvenirs and Novelty Items. And of course, there’s a lot of food offerings to be discovered and enjoyed as well,” she adds.

Just as important, Tecson says that aside from catering to Tutuban Center’s shoppers, the TC Shopping Plaza also aims to give its existing and potential tenants business opportunities.

“Tutuban has always been known as the Pioneer of Retail and Trading in Manila’s Business District” Tecson notes. “We opened the TC Shopping plaza to provide a venue for “mom-and-pop” and SME-type of businesses, and in the process help improve the livelihood of residents in the area.”

Located near the Bonifacio Plaza (in front of Prime Block and Centermall), the TC Shopping Plaza provides convenient access to shoppers and tenants coming from Mayhaligue (PNR Riders), Recto (LRT and north), from Tondo, and from Ilaya and Tabora in Divisoria.
 

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Finished and open, but lots of stalls not rented/open yet:

 

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Most of these stalls are leased/owned by mainland chinese but unfortunately many of them have left the country and went elsewhere. Chinese made products are getting more and more expensive thus becoming more and more uncompetitive compare to the last decade. Even 999mall has many stalls that are empty.
 
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