(Source: Sunstar.com.ph | December 13, 2018)
Ayala Malls Capitol Central along Gatuslao Street, at the back of the Provincial Capitol Building, in Bacolod City has recently opened its doors for Negrenses last December 14, showcasing the best of the city alongside global brands on Friday, December 14.
Ayala Malls deputy head Mariana Zobel de Ayala, said that the company’s latest mall development in the province is the perfect location for every Negrense to celebrate small winnings, mark major milestones, and have intimate gatherings.
She said Negrenses can come together and bond with their families in the mall. Here, they can break bread and worship, rekindle old friendships and maybe even old flames.
The seven-level commercial establishment is also poised to strengthen the tradition of the Negrenses by showcasing the best home-grown concepts.
The mall features paintings on the mall’s wall made by local artists. Its Central Bazaar, an incubator to support start-up businesses hosts 72 Bacolod-based merchants, who are small and medium enterprises.
Among the key features of the mall include The Corte, a lush garden plaza anchored by a fountain for an inviting al fresco experience; Fiesta Negrense, a showcase of the best homegrown concepts; Concierge by Sason; and Mosaic by Millie Kilayko and the artisans of the Negrense Volunteers for Change Foundation.
It also features benches, plant boxes, and security tables by Sonia’s; fiesta market tables and chairs by Art Energy; Murals by Team Creativo and Association of Negros Artists; show display windows by the Association of Negros Producers; and a chapel, a first for a mall in Bacolod with regular Sunday masses at 11 a.m.
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