The very familiar intersection approaching Cogon that most Kagay-anons recognize, our “mini Times Square” is now being torn down and improved. The JR Borja and Mortola T-Intersection is probably one of the most used corners in the city, and is quite neglected, as evidenced by pot holes and crooked, old concrete. When finished, it will perfectly match the growing and improving surroundings, most notably the glass facade extension of Ororama Supercenter Cogon.
Meanwhile, Quality Appliance Plaza has moved on to its new branch, just across its former location. The new building occupies a part of the empty lot that was once Gala Theater.