Photo updates of Centrio Mall and Hotel taken from different angles as of March 5, 2012.
The entrance along Corrales Avenue is very clear with the steel canopy.
Closer view of some workers on the upper floors.
The temporary elevator transports workers and materials.
Photo shows the circular section at Corrales Junction. At this time, Centrio is higher than Gaisano City Mall.
I can foresee a very busy intersection soon…
The BPO component atop the mall is also on target for completion this year.
First coating now in progress.
The setback from the road allows driveway for vehicles to drop-off and pick up.
Kukun Hotel is undergoing external finishing.
Photo shows a worker on the hotel’s 7th floor.
Closer look of the worker elevator.
Meanwhile, the anchor store location is showing significant progress as shown.
This is Centrio’s facade along CM Recto.
This section below is near the CM Recto main entrance.
This is the exit from the underground or basement parking. The entrance is along Corrales Avenue.
Photo below shows how high the ceiling will be when you stroll inside Centrio.
Closer photos of the anchor store area which was announced as Robinsons and Rustan’s Fresh.
The openings meant the anchor stores can be accessed only from the 2nd and 3rd floors of the mall.
Closer view of the facade.
Photos along Capt. Vicente Roa Street. The “bridge” is now installed.
The Acacia Trees… Ayala’s trademark.
Closer look of the workers welding the bolts of the steel girders.
…and of course, they have safety gears… and the use Boysen Paints!
The hallway next to the greenery.
This is perhaps another side entrance just across Graphics.
Did that man in blue shirt just scratch his ass? 🙂
External painting also udereay at the back portion. They are on target for an October opening.
Photos below taken from across Nazareno Church.