Ang Carbon Market nahimutang sa downtown area sa Dakbayan sa Sugbo. Anaa kini sa MC Briones Street, Barangay Ermita. Giila nga maoy labing karaan nga sentro sa patigayon sa Sugbo, ang merkado anaa sa strategic nga lokasyon ug duol sa mga importanteng establisyemento sama sa mga shopping center, eskuylahan, simbahan, ug ubang commercial centers.
Quezon Boulevard., Brgy. Ermita 6000 Cebu City Philippines
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The new Carbon Market will be a one-stop shop for all entrepreneurs, whether you are just starting out or an experienced business owner looking for better suppliers. The wholesalers market will be perfect for retailers looking for goods sold at low and affordable prices.
Its mix of modern and traditional design, combined with shopper-friendly architecture will give you more time to enjoy the new Carbon Market and grow your business at the same time.
Carbon's Puso Village is the next melting pot for everything Bisdak: from food, to delicacies, retail items, and other products. Highlighting its giant puso pouch-shaped entrance and exit canopies, the Puso Village is Cebu’s newest gastronomic and Instagrammable destination.
The Puso Village houses various merchants that feature unique and flavorful foods that cater to every palate. Visitors may choose to munch on the quintessential crispy Cebu lechon, have their fill of fresh Sutukil (sugba + tuwa + kilaw), drink a warm brew while enjoying the view of the restored Compania Maritima Building, or simply enjoy Cebuano classics such as ginabot, ngohiong, larang, bakasi, and pochero.
All Cebuanos deserve a better public transport system, and they will not have to struggle anymore while they’re in the new Carbon Market. Its land terminal will provide quick access to jeepneys and tricycles, organized and secured with five bays to accommodate all PUVs going in and out.
Sa bag-ong Carbon Market, aduna na’y maayong public transportation system sud sa merkado alang sa mga Sugbuanon. Adunay igahinnga lugar alang sa land terminal nga may lima ka “bays,” diin hapsay nga makapamasahero ang mga jeepney ug tricycle.
The new Carbon Market’s ferry terminal will boost business by attracting tourists and travelers who want to avoid heavy traffic on the road.
The ferry leads directly to Mactan Island with a convenient land transfer to Mactan-Cebu International Airport, while the terminal will provide jobs for Cebuanos with its integrated convenience stores, cafes, and roof deck, all connecting to the rest of the Carbon Market.
This is the architectural perspective of the soon-to-rise Sto. Niño Chapel and Park, an open-air facility with distinct curve designs on its exterior and wood-made interior. It houses a 30-foot Sto. Niño replica, its main centerpiece towering on top of the chapel base.
The Freedom Park is witness to the long and rich history of Cebu. From its beginnings as training grounds for American soldiers, it has turned into a place that embodies heritage and culture for all locals in the present day. Modernization does not mean the end of tradition — rest assured that the Freedom Park will remain a place of solidarity and unity, with safer and improved facilities to go along with the new Carbon Public Market.
Entrepreneurs and retailers get a chance to shine with Carbon’s Wholesalers Market, a designated area for selling dry goods in large quantities for other business owners. By giving business owners more access to affordable items, we are giving them more power to improve their lives and help the people around them. The combined design of the Wholesalers Market — taking inspiration from traditional houses and weaving patterns along with industrial features — embodies the modern Cebuano entrepreneur: innovative, strong, but still in touch with culture.
A new iconic destination rising in Carbon, the Lifestyle Village offers varied retail concepts, offering a new shopping experience for locals and tourists. The Village’s structure is inspired by the famous Cebuano food staple, the puso. Its shape and weaving pattern honor Cebu’s culture and serve as an icon in the vicinity.
The Boqueria at the new Carbon will serve as the place to be for all those who want to try out the best dishes Cebu can offer. Its airy, al fresco dining set up facing towards the sea will refresh tired travelers before they set off towards their next destination. Its inviting mood and design is based on village silhouettes that calls on everyone to come together and join this community of entrepreneurs, tourists, and locals celebrating Cebuano food.
The water taxi terminal features an in-city check-in facility similar to those in Hong Kong and Japan, where travelers can check in their luggage and still enjoy Carbon hours before connecting seamlessly to the airport to catch their flight. When completed, Cebu will have the first In-City Check-In facility in the Philippines.