The Movie in My Backyard: SMDC Opens Light Mall in Mandaluyong

(L-R) SMDC Executive Vice President Mr. Jose Mari Banzon, SM Prime Chairman Mr. Henry Sy Jr., Father Andy Lim of San Roque Parish, Councilor (District 1) of Mandaluyong Ms. Charisse Marie Abalos and Savemore Market President Mr. Jojo Tagbo
(27 March 2015. Pasay City, Philippines) SM Development Corporation (SMDC) opened its newest residential mall dubbed Light Mall at Light Residences in Mandaluyong, Metro Manila, the SMDC mall that is first to offer a digital cinema experience for its residents and neighboring communities.
A sneak peek into Light Mall
Imagine just going down the elevator to catch the latest on the big screen with Light Mall’s three state-of-the-art digital cinemas with approximately 100 seats each.
Light Mall is designed by award-winning international architectural design firm SPARK and spans a total leasable area of 12,672 square meters. It is the fourth SMDC mall after Jazz Mall in Makati, Sun Mall and MPlace Mall in Quezon City.
Light Mall will offer utmost convenience to its residents with its roster of dining options and services.
One can dine in any of the following popular restaurants: Chef Lau’s Pugon Roasters, Taisho Ramen, Eduardo’s Peri-Peri and US diner themed restaurant, American Eggheads. Other dining and food establishments located at the Light Mall are Classic Savory, Formosa Bakery, Sbarro, Shakey’s and Wendy’s.
As anchor tenants, Light Mall houses Savemore, Watsons, Automatic Centre, Ace Hardware, BDO, & National Bookstore. The mall also features tenants for Cyberzone, Wellness, and Services.
Digital Cinema at Light Mall
“With Light Mall, we wanted to offer our residents the utmost convenience, a home where they can entertain family and friends at the cinema and dine at a number of restaurants just a few floors down; a home where they can avail of multiple services and readily access mass transport systems to take them to work, school or any other destination of their choice. We have our residents’ needs in mind with every new development. This is our motivation as we harness the synergies of the SM Group of Companies to bring special lifestyle offerings to the communities where we operate,” SMDC Executive Vice President Jose Mari Banzon said.
Launched in March 2010, Light Residences is a three-tower residential condominium development that offers Ready-for-Occupancy units, and boasts of five-star amenities and its very own mall. Perfect for people-on-the-go, Light Residences is strategically located at Madison St. corner EDSA, a main thoroughfare. It is conveniently linked to the Boni-EDSA MRT station that transports people to any point in Metro Manila.

About SM Development Corporation

SM Development Corporation (SMDC) commits itself to provide its customers with access to luxurious urban living through vertical villages perfectly integrated with a commercial retail environment giving its residents a truly cosmopolitan lifestyle.
In addition to Light Residences, to date, SMDC has 24 projects that include Sun Residences in Quezon City; Chateau Elysee Residences in Bicutan, Paranaque City; Mezza Residences and Mezza II Residences on Aurora Boulevard, Quezon City; Berkeley Residences in Katipunan, Quezon City; Grass Residences and Fern at Grass Residences in Quezon City beside SM North EDSA; Sea Residences, Shell Residences and Shore Residences in the Mall of Asia Complex in Pasay City; Field Residences in Sucat, Paranaque City; Princeton Residences in New Manila, Quezon City; MPlace@South Triangle in Quezon City ; Blue Residences in Katipunan, Quezon City; Shine Residences in Pasig City; Green Residences on Taft Avenue in Manila; Grace Residences in Taguig; Breeze Residences in Pasay City; Trees Residences in Novaliches, Quezon City; Jazz Residences and Air Residences in Makati; Fame Residences on EDSA, Mandaluyong; and Wind Residences and Cool Suites at Wind Residences in Tagaytay.

For further information, please contact:
Mr. Jose Mari Banzon
Executive Vice President
SM Development Corporation
Email: josemari.banzon@smdevelopment.com

Friday, March 27, 2015