SM Prime opening first Zambo mall
Manila Bulletin|November 26, 2020
SM Prime Holdings, Inc., one of the leading integrated property developers in Southeast Asia, will open its first mall in Zamboanga City and seventh mall in Mindanao, SM City Mindpro, on Friday, November 27.
JAMES A. LOYOLA

In a statement, the firm said this newest landmark with almost 38,000 square meters (sqm.) of gross floor area (GFA) is located at the heart of the downtown area along La Purisima Street.

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