Abreeza Mall is Now Finally Open

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Category: Davao News Posted: Saturday, May 14th, 2011

Abreeza Mall Davao

Abreeza Mall Davao

Abreeza, the newest shopping mall in Davao is finally open last Thursday, May 12. The much-anticipated opening brought a different level of excitement and thrill to Davao shoppers. The mall is a joint venture between Ayala Land Inc. and Anflocor. Ayala Land Inc. has been known for developing modern shopping malls, residential and office buildings. Anflocor, on the other hand, is a Davao-based company that operates several companies that engaged in banana and pineapple exports, beach resort operation and manufacturing.

Abreeza Mall Davao

Abreeza Mall Davao entrance

Abreeza Mall is situated in a 10-hectare property along Bajada. Together with the opening are new faces in Davao namely Lemon Grass, TGI Friday’s, Café Laguna, Starbucks, BreadTalk, XOXO and Hotflopz. Several mall tenants were already available during the opening day such as Paris Hilton Handbags & Accessories, Shoe Salon, Max’s Restaurant, Nine West, The Face Shop, Planet Sports, Dairy Queen, Mossimo, Tokyo Tokyo, Freeway, Delos Reyes Optical, Alberto, Cushe, Sunny Side Up, Italianni’s, Fudge Factory, What A Girl Wants, Fully Booked, Janilyn, Nautica, Chika-an, Officine, Big & Small Group, Adidas, Sunglass Hut, Femme, Taters, Penguin, Reef, Cinderella, Bambu, Aerosoles, Chimes, Timex, Naturalizer, Samsonite, Charriol, Philip Stein, Promod, Sneaker Club, Robinsons Department Store and many more.

Abreeza Davao

Inside view of Abreeza Mall

Other exciting projects to watch for inside the Abreeza Complex are the Abreeza Technopod, a business process outsourcing building, a boutique hotel and a high-rise condominium.

The opening of this newest upscale mall will surely create a positive domino effect in the local economy of Davao. More employment and businesses are expected to come to Davao City with opening of Abreeza Shopping Mall.

Photos courtesy of Jay Salva

11 Responses to “Abreeza Mall is Now Finally Open”

  1. jehzlau Says:

    wow nice bukas na pala yan! 😀 weeeeeeee! excited to visit davao again 😀

  2. chel Says:

    Congrats! Missing Davao a lot 🙁

  3. Loyd Martinez Says:

    I hope that the opening of Abreeza Mall in Davao won’t contribute to the closure of Davao’s prominent heritage shopping districts such as Aldevinco, Maderazo’s, Victoria, Gaisano, shops in Magsaysay, etc. SM will be doing some expansion soon to make it bigger and better (daw). Then, soon to rise is another SM in Lanang, if my resources are correct, SM will construct it in the Lanang Golf and Country Club site. Hope this won’t change the values and the culture Davao City and the residents of Davao have been known for. Davao City is my most favorite and I love the people for being very nice, honest and disciplined. I love the simplicity of the city. I’m from Cavite and visit Davao at least twice a year just to relax and keep myself away from the hassles of Metro Manila.

  4. Dannylo Says:

    It really is a ground break to pavement for gigantic investors and the commencement of local’s enormous prosper in lifestyle and leisure. Hooray!

    Let’s keep Davao City clean and green.

    I badly miss Davao. I miss home.

  5. namgid Says:

    I miss wabad. Nice city. Livable place…awesome… great!

  6. paperline Says:

    Abreeza Mall is really spectacular. I Love it!
    At least for once in Davao’s lifetime, we can experience something new…and this is just the beginning.
    Not only will there be a re-expansion of SM city Davao, or another SM North in Lanang, but reliable sources are saying that there are still three malls under way… LOL
    Furthermore, I’ve heard a theme park too.
    Davao is really blessed. It’s a metropolis, with rich natural resources (land,sea and mountains), low on traffic and pollution, cheap food, accessible, minimal crime rate, the richest City outside of Manila, typhoon-free, anti-smoking law, have the first 911 in the country, potable water supplies…ahhh, truly the most livable City in the Philippines. I am proud of my HOME!

  7. Erica Says:

    Loyd’s right. I am afraid of the rise of most buildings in Davao, just as many stand tall in Manila. In my opinion, I love Davao city because of the richness of its language, the beauty of the place, and most of all, the people that makes it a “home”.
    If more malls will open in Davao, it is a threat to most small entrepreneurs… just like what it did here in Manila… those small ice cream houses that I used to love, cheap grocery stores, small fast foods… all were gone…
    I hope it won’t happen in Davao… by the way, I was born and raised here in Manila for 26 years, yet I also have a heart for Davao City.

  8. imelda Says:

    Can the infrastructure of Davao City able to handle this massive growth? How about the drainage system? Manila always have “BAHA” EVEN WITH FEW DROPS OF RAIN.

  9. jet Says:

    Congratz.. Davao… Mas daku pa man ata ni kaysa Centrio (Ayala Mall) in CDO.. Anyway nice… 🙂

  10. gentman Says:

    I was there few weeks back. It is modern and nice to shop. The name Abreeza is already an attraction.

  11. Nivek Al Says:

    I have been in manila once. I’m not used to the place. I can’t imagine myself living in there. Davao City is still the best place for me. I’m not against modernization but I can’t just set aside the possibility that it might transform the ways of living here into like that in Manila. I love simplicity and that what makes Davao City stand out among other prominent cities in the country because even if there are no skyscrapers here, the city is still among the most progressive ones; the most progressive city outside Manila.

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