Lucio Tan-owned Eton Properties Philippines continues to intensify its retail portfolio with the opening of eWestMall, the newest boutique mall within the nano-township Eton WestEnd Square in Makati City. The commercial development has two floors of retail spaces with a total leasable area of approximately 3,750 square meters. Located at the corners of Chino Roces, Yakal, and Malugay Streets, there is easy access to buses, taxi cabs, shuttle vans, jeepneys, and even tricycles just outside the gates.
eWestMall is intended to serve the immediate needs of the residential and office market within the West Makati area. At present, dining and functional service establishments already opened its doors to the public such as Muhan Samgyupsal, Black Scoop Café, The Black Bean, Anytime Fitness, Nails.Glow, and PNB. Also slated for opening in the coming months are Eight Cuisine Restaurant, Maxwell Food Store, Lawson, Holie Brow & Lashes, Teatree Spa, David’s Salon, Fashion Smile Dental, Hey Internet Café, LBC, and Panda Cleaners Laundry. Visitors can expect more variety in service and dining choices in the coming months as the mall gears up for its grand opening. Apart from the mall, eWestpod, the office component of Eton WestEnd Square also opened with all four storeys of office space fully leased out. While Blakes Tower, the 36-storey office and residential building within the nano-township was topped off earlier this year. Eton WestEnd Square has over 23,800 square meters of combined retail and office leasable space and over 13,900 square meters of residential leasable space. For leasing inquiries, please call (02) 8548-4055.
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