MALOLOS CITY—Robinson’s Land Corporation (RLC) and the city government of Malolos vowed mutual coordination for further development of this city during the grand opening of the Robinson’s Place Malolos on Thursday afternoon, December 12.
Frederick Go, president of RLC expressed gratitude to the city of Malolos led by Mayor Christian Natividad for all the support in the establishment of their mall here.
Located along the MacArthur Highway in Barangay Sumapa Matanda here, the mall is the 35th established by the RLC in the country.
“We are very thankful for the support the city government extended to us,” said Go.
He also vowed to help Malolos in further development through job and investment generation and providing a venue for culture activities.
He also vowed to help tourism in the City of Malolos.
For his part, Mayor Natividad vowed to further support RLC saying “ we will not be a hindrance to you.”
He said that the establishment of Robinson’s Place in the historic city is not part of the many firsts.
Robinson’s Place Malolos is the first major mall to be established in this city that is proud for hosting the first Philippine Congress that gave birth to the first Constitution of the Philippines and the first democratic republic in Asia.
Natividad also said that the Malolos is the birth place of the University of the Philippines, the Philippine Military Academy and the first law school in the country.
At present, Malolos City is home to at least 240,000 residents, and serves as the economic and academic center in the province.
Natividad said that Malolos is home to 64 private schools and three major universities namely, Bulacan State University, Centro Escolar University and La Consolacion University Philippines, along with 41 banks.
The city is also home to the provincial capitol of the provincial government of Bulacan along with satellite offices of national government agencies. Dino Balabo