KCC Malls
TypeShopping malls
KCC Malls
IndustryShopping malls
1989 (as wholesale retail)
HeadquartersGeneral Santos, Philippines
Number of locations
Area served
Mindanao, Philippines
OwnerKorondal Commercial Corporation

KCC Malls (KCC) is a chain of shopping malls that originated in Koronadal, South Cotabato, Philippines.[1] It is owned by Koronadal Commercial Corporation and its headquarters is in General Santos. KCC has four malls in operation in General Santos, Koronadal and Zamboanga City.


KCC Mall of Marbel in 2006, prior to its renovation in 2015

KCC started in 1947 as a textile store in Koronadal. It was a time when Koronadal was rapidly commercialising and became the capital of South Cotabato. It then expanded in 1989 as a supermarket and department store and branded as KCC Shopping Center.

In 1992, KCC expanded their operations with a second branch in General Santos as KCC Warehouse Plaza, which was later renamed KCC Mall of GenSan in 1996. In 2000, the KCC Shopping Center in Koronadal became the KCC Mall of Marbel.

In 2012, the branch in General Santos made added 21,450 square meters of space and was later called 'Veranza by KCC, or simply Veranza Mall, with an Al-Fresco dining strip, additional stores, and an activity center.[2][3][4]

With their growing profitability in Koronadal and General Santos, KCC began expanding in other cities in Mindanao.[5]

On December 10, 2015, KCC Mall de Zamboanga opened and became the second largest mall in Mindanao in terms of GFA.[6][7]

On October 28, 2018, their fifth mall, KCC Mall of Cotabato, had broken ground on its 10 hectaresa. The construction started on July 1, 2020. The target construction period for was 20-24 months. Due to the pandemic, the target date of opening was moved to 2023 or 2024. After completion of the mall, the construction will proceed to phase two, which is the construction of the 11-storey hotel and a convention center. Upon its completion, KCC Mall of Cotabato will be the largest KCC mall and the second largest mall in Mindanao.[8][9]


Existing malls

Name Address Floor area (m2) Land area (m2) Type Opening Date/Year
KCC Mall of GenSan Jose Catolico Sr. Avenue, Lagao, General Santos 53,600 80,000 Headquarters 1996 (1992)
KCC Mall of Marbel General Santos Drive, Koronadal, South Cotabato 14,800 25,000 Main 2000 (1947)
Veranza GenSan Beside KCC Mall of Gensan, Bula-Lagao Road, Lagao, General Santos 21,450 30,000 Branch June 29, 2013
KCC Mall de Zamboanga Governor Camins Avenue, Zamboanga City 162,000 162,000 Branch December 10, 2015[5]

Future malls

Name Location Land area (m2) Floor area (m2) Opening
KCC Mall of Cotabato Sinsuat Avenue corner Parang Road, Cotabato City 110,000[10] 170,000 2023-2024
Veranza Cotabato Beside KCC Cotabato, Quezon Avenue corner Parang Road Cotabato City TBA TBA TBA
KCC Mall of Iligan Iligan 70,000[11] TBA



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  3. ^ III, Conrado R. Banal. "GenSan: March to a different tuna". business.inquirer.net. Retrieved 2017-07-10.
  4. ^ Mindanews. "KCC Mall GenSan is country's first labor law-compliant establishment in retail sector – DOLE | MindaNews". www.mindanews.com. Retrieved 2017-07-10.
  5. ^ a b "Zamboanga City Government Welcomes KCC Mall, Sunstar.com.ph, October 11, 2012".
  6. ^ "Local News". SunStar. Retrieved 2017-07-10.
  7. ^ "KCC Mall de Zamboanga Expansion: The Second Largest Mall in Mindanao". Mindanao Economic Boom. 2017-04-04. Archived from the original on 2017-08-26. Retrieved 2017-07-10.
  8. ^ "PIA | Over PhP6 Billion investment expected in Cotabato in 2016". news.pia.gov.ph. Retrieved 2017-07-10.
  9. ^ "KCC Mall to commence construction this March - RMN Networks (In Filipino)". RMN Networks. 2018-01-31. Retrieved 2018-05-26.
  10. ^ dxmy, John (January 31, 2018). "KCC Mall sa Cotabato city umpisahan ng itayo sa buwan ng Marso".
  11. ^ "KCC MALL GISUGDAN NA SA PAGTRABAHO". January 31, 2018.