The province’s leading shopping mall developer Alturas Group of Companies (AGC)  is opening on Saturday (July 6) a  new shopping mall described as an “architectural jewel” along the busy metropolis of Tagbilaran City.

This marks AGC’s newest mall in the province aside from Plaza Marcela, Island City Mall and  Alturas Mall.  Other supermarket stores are found in Tubigon and Talibon.

The new shopping destination mall – called Alta Citta – spreads across 17,213 square meters.

Alta Citta covers almost the entire block which was formerly occupied by the Holy Name University (formerly Divine Word College of Tagbilaran). The exterior design of the mall resembles like the old DWC-T in order to preserve both the sentimental and historical values of the school.

The lower and upper grounds house a wide array of tenant shops including Jollibee and Sunburst.

But Alta Citta will not only be home to a new mall. It will also feature business process outsourcing (BPO) offices.

The 2nd floor will house the Ibex call center and other business establishments which will open later next month.

The basement serves as the parking area for customers which can accommodate many cars. It has also an outside parking area near Jollibee which is intended for both cars and motorcycles.

On Saturday, shoppers can meet and greet Star Magic artist/dancer Ryle Santiago of the all-male dance group #Hashtags at the mall at around 3 p.m. and PBB 2nd big winner Kisses Delavin at 5 p.m.

Alta Citta Mall will also give 16 grocery packs worth P500 each to lucky customers daily from July 6 to August 4, in their first store promo dubbed as “Araw-Araw na Saya” sa Alta Citta.

For every purchase worth P1,000 at the mall. Sixteen lucky customers will win Grocery Packs worth P500 each in the daily draw conducted at 3 PM, from July 6 to August 4, 2019, with a total of 480 winners in all!

By Bohol Island News

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