SM Prime to build mall in Cabanatuan City

After 10-yr negotiation, SM Prime to build mall in Cabanatuan City.

Yes. Finally. The mall giant that is SM will be invading our small city, Cabanatuan City. The city has always been the influx of locals coming from neighboring Nueva Ecija towns. It has been the hub of many a commercial establishments. Thus, for the past years rumors about SM Holdings building a mall here circulated for some times. Definitely, local businessmen opposed the project. Shelving the project off.

Surely, the looming SM plan will be a major threat to other malls operating in the area. There’s just only two malls out there. As per local consumers are concerned, a new mall will definitely be a welcome as there’ll be more choices of shops available.

As to the city of Cabanatuan, a new mall is a new investment…fresh income to the city. This will mean -WORST TRAFFIC! I just hope the city government is gearing up plans how to ease off traffic in the Diversion Road (Maharlika Hi-Way).

For one thing…KILL THE TRICYCLES!  (IMAO)

6 thoughts on “SM Prime to build mall in Cabanatuan City

  1. heidrigz

    Let’s all look on the bright side….. The upcoming construction of SM City this year will generate thousand jobs for Cabanatuenos as well as Novo Ecijanos, in general. SM City Cabanatuan will be hiring 7,000 employees and 80% will be coming from Nueva Ecija. Only 20% of the employees will come from Manila and other places.

    As to traffic problems, the City Government of Cabanatuan should provide Foot bridges so shoppers can easily cross the streets without causing traffic jams.

    The future SM City Cabanatuan will be the newest attraction in the city which will symbolize progress in Cabanatuan as well as in the entire Nueva Ecija province.

  2. karla lamson

    good day.. i want to apply for any position available if ever…i am graduate of hospitality services and tourism management(2yrs)…pls do inform me where cn i send my resume…thank you and more power sm!! hope to work with you…

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