Robinsons

Robinsons is finally entering the Davao market. The building of its mall here was announced by Frederick Go, president of Robinsons Land Corp.

Long rumored after its landbanking in Davao, the Gokongwei group will be the third major mall developer to venture here after Henry Sy set up SM City Davao almost a decade ago. Ayala Land earlier entered into partnership with the Floriendo’s for the development of the latter’s 10 has. property infront of Redemptorist Church.

The R Mall would be located also at Bajada near the Water District. JP Laurel would thus become truly the mall street of the city with Gaisano Mall, Victoria Plaza, Ayala, Robinsons and Gateway dotting the stretch from the Chinese School to Lanang.

NCCC Mall has a monopoly on the other side of the city’s MacArthur Highway.

The mall project is preceded by three major Robinsons housing projects here. The first at Diversion Road Buhangin, the second infront of Lanang Golf & Country Club, and the third, recently approved by the City Council, is also along the Buhangin Diversion Road.

Property development remains as the top investment priority area in the city under the Investment Incentive Code. Its of no wonder, however, because property projects really make a killing.

Incidentally, the Gokongweis have good local partners in Davao in the Ed Bangayan group who are its Cebu Pacific General Agent and also part owners of Victoria Plaza and SM Davao Department Store.

(7:25 a.m.)

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21 Responses to “Robinsons”

  1. DFH Says:

    Hi most respected Councilor Peter! Wow! This is good news!:) More power to you sir!:)

  2. Monica Says:

    TO SEE IS TO BELIEVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. rocky Says:

    huhuhuhuhu musamot ang traffic ug ang tubig muhinay na jud..di nako makapanghambog na abundant ang water supply diri…i think sm, nccc, gmall, gsmall and vp are enough..

  4. rey baronia Says:

    Sir, are they started hiring for robinsons department store? where are we going to submit our application?
    thanks

  5. absynthefairy Says:

    Yay!!! the more the merrier. mas daghan ug mall mas daghan investors and tourists mupasok sa dvao city. plus para sa mga shoppingeras-UNITE! Sana naa pud unta Starbucks para makapagtambay ang mga mahilig magkape, Crossings and other specialty shopping malls pareha sa manila para dili na ta muadto didto para magshopping kay gubot kaau didto, kalamidad ug daghan krimen! Thank you sir and more power!

  6. glayseir Says:

    thanks for the info…
    looking forward that we’re having a new shopping center here in davao… 🙂
    also, it contributes to more job oppurtunities for the city.

  7. ji Says:

    I cant wait for this project to push through.. not only will it generate jobs for our citizens it will also boost competition in the retail business especially in the Bajada area where they are mostly converge.

    Additional “laaganan” for the “laagans”.

  8. unknown Says:

    Wow.. magmahal na ang mga lugar near bajada area.. hehe kay duul ug 4 ka malls.. Mabuhay Davao! 😀

  9. ji Says:

    Is it true that they’ve move their construction next year?
    can someone confirm??

  10. Chuck Lozano Says:

    MAgandang araw po!

    my view on this.

    before the city adds property development, they need to build wider roads, or a systematic transit system especially in the downtown area. the city proper is very very congested, and with the additional development congestion will engulf the outlying areas. suggestion lang po parang ganito— an LRT system for the downtown area (matina to bajada) with multiple stations, then big jeeps for the outer routes going to panacan/toril. ang downtown serviced by multicabs na lang.. parang ganun po ba.

    ive lived all my life in davao city and i think the planning of the city is somewhat off. with this additional development and the influx of trade/human resource/commuter traffic this will create traffic chokepoints that may approach metropolitan manila traffic, especially during rush hour. traffic is the main factor why i will never relocate to manila. from what i see now, davao traffic is following suit.

    chuck lozano
    dabawenyo

  11. Kix M.D. Says:

    yes, i agree with chuck lozano. our streets are really getting congested and soon parking spaces will be a problem. our streets are not only congested but most are narrow. maybe, the progress that davao is in right now was not foreseen before. a rail transit system is a very welcome suggestion.

  12. Guillermo Prat Says:

    Chuck, I agree with you on the congestion and traffic issue. People from all over the south will troop to Davao to create additional “volume” of vehicles. I also left Manila because of the traffic, but it is just one of the reasons. Hope the city is not just cheering this new development witout considering the effects.
    Job creation? Most definitely that will happen.
    As to additional places for the mga laagan, can’t we have more parks instead of malls?

  13. KYLA Says:

    hi gud noon po, i would also like to know if they had stated hiring? wen & wer can i submit my application? i just live nearby thus i want to get a job wer i can easily have access on…thanks…God bless po…

  14. Liz Says:

    good day! I am surfing the net these past few days, searching and trying if I could be able to find how I can apply in this Robinsons Mall Project, either in BPO or in the mall itself. Please let me know, and if ever kindly email me. Thank you. And more power! God bless.

  15. christine Says:

    shalom!

    Sir, regarding on the hiring at robinsons davao, i would like to ask if there’s an online website to submit my application letter.

    Thank you!

  16. Jake D. Penpeña Says:

    Good PM mam\sir,

    job oppurtunity in your good company?when?how?you can reach me at this CP#09193535625 or Jake_altima@yahoo.com so that i will immediately apply in any vacant positions.Im a fresh graduate ( BSBA:MKTG)experienced in a Different business establishment and also a working student before.Please invite/inform (ASAP )me if theres an oppurtunity in JOB VACANCY in Robinsons company.

    Thanks and more power!!!

    Jake D. Penpeña

  17. Jade M. Ballo Says:

    can i ask if how do we apply in your company?I am very interested in working in your company.please inform me at this #09196704250 i will merely apply ASAP!!!THANKS AND GODBLESS!!!

  18. elize gale Says:

    hi..its very nice that there is a new mall now..a big opportunity to us to have a work there,….pls emeil me or contact me at elizegale@yahoo.com..09098356450 if u are hiring…….i’m willing to work in Robinson

  19. ed Says:

    sir, i just want to ask if you still have job vacancy, since we missed the jobs fair,where can we pass our application? thank you… i was so really sad when i lost that opportunity,… hope you can still accomodate more jobless

  20. Sophia Largo Crisologo Says:

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