august! august!

Market! Market!
32nd Street corner CP Garcia Avenue (C5), Bonifacio Global City, Taguig

Market! Market! is the first Ayala mall to rise in Bonifacio Global City- just one of Ayala Land’s latest, exciting and more important developments. It is designed to cater to everyone within its neighborhood – current and future occupants of the rising posh condos and apartments within BGC and the people of the residential Kalayaan, Rizal and Pembo areas of Makati. Because of this Market! Market! offers a wide range of entertainment facilities, dining options and more importantly shopping experiences. It’s like a flea market and an upscale mall combined into one fine thing.

There  will be a mallwide sale on the 15th and 17th.

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3 thoughts on “august! august!

  1. According to a friend who used to work in Ayala Land, the Ayala Malls guys and gals got the shock of their lives when they opened Market Market. They were planning for and expecting the BGC guys to be their customers, except that they got inundated by people from — their words — “the other side of Taguig.” Heeheehee! I would’ve loooved to have been with them behind the scenes on the opening week just to watch their reactions. Must have been precious!

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  3. I don’t think the population of BGC residents alone back then can keep Market! Market! alive. The mall really has to rely on the occassional visits of those who do not belong to their target market. However the Cs, Ds and a whole lot of Es outnumbered the As and the Bs. I guess that pretty much explains the drastic change in the layout of its sections, the closing of some cinemas, the call center offices on the top floor and the establishment of Bonifacio High Street.

    What’s even funnier is this also happened to another Metro mall -Gateway Mall (which one came first?). Scenario’s a bit different but they should know better when they are very aware of the fact that it would be a (very inefficient and silly) passage for LRT, MRT, bus people and is situated in a not-so affluent (anymore) part of QC.

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