The Manaira Shopping Mall is a great relaxation spot, shopping center and hip area for all genres of people to hang out. The mall is located between the central and north beaches of Joao Pessoa and sits on 75,000 acres of land. The owner of the property, Robert Santiago, bought the land in the eighties and slowly started a long journey towards setting up a successful shopping complex in the once quiet neighborhood.
The property’s building began in 1987 and was completed in two years. Since its launch, Robert has executed a couple of refurbishments and additions to meet the changing architectural designs of the century and maintain an inviting and vibrant atmosphere for visitors. The Manaira has undergone five renovations since 1989, which mostly revised the fun and entertainment available to the people of Joao Pessoa.
The Manaira Shopping Complex has eleven movie rooms, which contain up-to-date technology like 3D rooms, a stadium system and cutting-edge display screens and glasses. Manaira’s bowling room is vast and fully electronic for an enjoyable feel. The gaming space has adequate gaming machines and software to serve the needs of an extensive populace. Manaira’s eateries vary in status from fast food outlets to five-star restaurant. The Espaco Gourmet restaurant in the mall has high-end cuisine prepared by professional chefs.
Other facilities available in the building include a gym, hundreds of shops for various merchandise and a gym. It is therefore common to find streams of students enjoying the various spots around the mall. Roberto included bank branches within the mall to ease transactions.
Apart from his trailblazing entrepreneurial career, Roberto is a passionate linguistic teaching SL-English at Gallaudet University and the author of a publication on idioms. The read is an informative peace for candidates looking to improve their translation skills. He is a co-author of three other materials detailing the process of language interpretation. Roberto also serves as a research trainer and rugby coach at Gallaudet University. He serves as a secretary at Deaf Rugby Football Club, a guide at Inner City Outings, and a coach at Berkley Rhinos Rugby Club.
Robert Santiago is a Madrid native born in 1968. He got married to Cristina Alcazar in 2004. Roberto has a bachelor in Deaf Studies from California State University and his masters and doctorate degrees in Interpreting from Gallaudet University. Roberto has previously worked for Birnbaum Interpreting Services, Purple Communications and Model Secondary School for the Deaf. Robert’s expertise acquires him opportunities to interpret text for government entities, private clients, learning institutions and national sports bodies. Robert is a serial philanthropist who donates to his favorite courses and sets up mutually beneficial activities in his area of business. He designed Manaira’s rooftop to hold live concerts from the region’s local talent and stated that displaying their art is a way of giving back to the welcoming and generous community.