GenSan News Online Mag is releasing the latest photos Bariles took of the ongoing construction of the multi-million SM City GenSan project.
Work on the mall started late last year but at the rate that the construction company has been at it 24/7, we might be able to see the opening of the newest mall of GenSan moved earlier to the last quarter of 2011.
At any rate, the widening of the San Miguel Street (which locals now refer to to SM Avenue) traversing Santiago Boulevard and J. Catolico Avenue is almost finished after SOCOTECO turned over the portion of their property at the corner of Jose Catolico Avenue which is now part of the road.
Once it is finished, the 4-lane road will also have its own center island which SM GenSan will landscape and maintain.
Now here are the other latest photos of the SM GenSan construction…
The last SM GenSan photo below was shot from the 3rd story of a building right across San Miguel Street.
We will be sharing more photos and interesting tidbits about SM GenSan soon.
Watch out for it!