You can be easily excused if upon entering this mall you might think you are somewhere in California. It does have the look ... More
Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall
You can be easily excused if upon entering this mall you might think you are somewhere in California. It does have the look of a U.S. West Coast shopping mall especially the spacious top floor with its high ceiling and skylight. Sta. Lucia features the regular configuration of department store/supermarket and independent shops and eateries found in Manila's malls. Restaurants, fast-food outlets, cafes, cinemas, game centers, and an ice-skating rink draw people in even if they have no intention to shop.
I grew up in Cainta, Rizal. Cainta and some parts of Pasig and Marikina were my youthful stomping grounds. Before this mall was even erected, I frequently passed by and even, as a young teen, rode my bmx bicycle on the empty, bright concrete roads that wound through Vista Verde, Metroville, Kasibulan Village, Village East, and also the future site of Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall. I used to frequent the Tropical Hut burger fastfood which was right across the mall. The mall began as a smallish strip mall and most of the patrons strolling about were the locals who were usually dressed in filthy tank tops, shorts that one would only wear at home, and worn out flip flops. Basically, the crowd who regularly went here were of the C & D classes. And quite regularly, I would see the mall's security guards accosting or chasing vagrants here and there to the point of it becoming not much of a public fiasco to the mall's visitors. But since this was the only major mall near Cainta, Marikina and Antipolo, many folks didnt have much of a choice who to mingle with. In the mall's parking lot, I remember seeing rows and rows of Owner Jeeps as well as rundown utility vehicles, 1980's model toyotas and mistubishis (the-trying-hard-to-impress-the-public-undereducateds with their old cars that they percieved as fast and superior to anything else with 4 wheels). And of course the familiar small motorcycles and scooters of which Cainta folks are quite well known for. The mall was really designed to cater to the C and D crowd and unless you like rubbing elbows with smelly, sweaty, locals dressed in attire which they would basically wear at home, then maybe skipping a visit to this mall isnt such a bad idea.
PLATINUM WATCH SERVICE CENTER is now registered as SAVANNAH WATCH SERVICE CENTER and is no longer situated at the Bridgeway Area. It will be opening at a much bigger area this October 21, 2011 at the 2nd Level, Phase 2, beside the elevator, Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall.
I hate the guards at the parking. they are so disrespectful! Mr. NIBLA baka bigla ka nalang tumumba ingat ingat nalang!. Mr. NIBLA is the guard assigned at the parking behind the mall where the snack bar and the delivery is located.
i love this mall.. im always treated as a vip... i also get discounts from most of the stores... i urge you to visit this mall.. you would be missing a lot
especially the gym right beside it which is also owned by the mall brickroad... and the gyms name is brickroad fitness
mayayabang puro porma na guards ng sta lucia mall!
By A Yahoo Contributor, 12/15/11
Puro lang kayo porma wala kayong kusa sa serbisyo ninyo! pumapasok lang kayo para sumweldo! Mahiya naman kayo sa mga amo ninyo! Pangalan ng mga Robles nasisira sa maga palpak na gawain ninyo! Lalong lalo ka na Mr. Reyes na guard na naka assign kagabi ng mga 7:00pm 12/14/2011 snackbar area! Magiingat ka at one time baka bigla kang masagasaan sa kaka porma mo! Ni wala kang naitutulong sa mga nagpapark sa area mo! Kahit bago ka lang dapat hindi ka maangas! Matuto ka gampanan ng tama trabaho mo! Isaisip mo kung hindi sa mga kostomer na nagpapark diyan wala kang kakainin! You are a disgrace to your "highlevel" company and to the Sta. Lucia Mall management!!!
I have several high-end watches...before it was my problem where to bring those for servicing...my friend referred me to PLATINUM WATCH SERVICE CENTER located at the Bridgeway of Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall, I brought it there and I've learned the watch technician is also the owner of the shop so I trusted him immediately and have my watch repaired...so far after 5 years my watch is still working and I'm really satisfied with the kind of service he has given... more power to you PLATINUM WATCH SERVICE CENTER...Happy 7th Anniversary!
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I'm a loyal shopper at this mall. Before, this mall used to have an ice skating rink but sadly they removed it. I wish there was a way they could put it back. I know of so many people, including myself, who have to go so far as to Mall of Asia just to be able to go ice skating. Sta. Lucia has served me well, aside from having a rising price in the car park and without having an ice skating rink I have no other complaints. However, I really do recommend that they return the ice skating rink, they have so much space in the basement.
a very good shopping destination that caters to all group classes. it has a wide area of shopping experience more particularly the department store.
elegantly designed and made to provide convenience for various shoppers not only to themselves but as well as their children. It has I think the biggest 'worlds of fun' as compared to other malls around, it has the most number of cinemas and most of all the brick road a real evidence of never ending fun and entertainemnt for every family to enjoy.
It is really nice to shop at sta. lucia east grand mall..........
This mall definitely does not recognize the rights of people with special needs. Before you can even park in spaces for the disabled, you still have to argue with the guards. Imagine, the guard told my son's yaya that we cannot park there because my 4-year-old son who has cerebral palsy was in a stroller and not in a wheelchair. My God, what other proof do we have to show that my son cannot walk and is diasbled?
Also, they do not allow strollers inside the grocery store. If they are so afraid of any damage, they should just hold the parent responsible if something bad does happen. Again, this is another form of discrimination. Every person with special needs has every right to shop. Whatever happened to the Accessibility Law?
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