Vacant space troubles malls in Metro Manila

MALL TRENDS Most “regional” or large shopping malls in the country, such as LCC Mall in Legazpi City, Albay province, still enjoy almost full occupancy at 97-99 percent, according to the latest research of property consulting company Colliers Philippines. —CONTRIBUTED PHOTO
MALL TRENDS Most “regional” or large shopping malls in the country, such as LCC Mall in Legazpi City, Albay province, still enjoy almost full occupancy at 97-99 percent, according to the latest research of property consulting company Colliers Philippines. —CONTRIBUTED PHOTO


"Vacancy rates are rising and rental rates are growing at a slower pace among shopping malls in Metro Manila amid cutthroat competition, according to the latest research by property consulting company Colliers Philippines."

I realize after going around the malls again and again I just see the same brands again and again it's just too much. While I get it that if you need some ice cream your favorite retailer is there but after a while it gets boring to see the same things over and over again.

It's great to see new brands come up and there is that adventure to go to that mall that has that brand. Love those up and coming food shops that sprout out specially in the Kapitolyo area