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Old June 27th, 2008, 12:08 PM   #1
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MANILA | Philippine Stock Exchange Tower | 30 fl | T/O

This building is set to rise in Fort Bonifacio Global City, Metro Manila, Philippines. Groundbreaking will be held at the end of this year to Jan 2009 and will be completed in 2012.




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Old June 27th, 2008, 12:09 PM   #2
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New buildings to fill strong demand for office space
in Bonifacio Global City

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April 2008

Seventeen new office buildings in different stages of construction and planning are expected to meet the robust demand for office space in Bonifacio Global City in the next three years. Once completed, the 17 edifices will make available about 340,000 sqm of leasable space, complementing the existing fully occupied 76,000 or so sqm spread in four office buildings and on the second floor of Bonifacio High Street.

An indication of the growing attractions of this premium business district, Bonifacio Global City will have total office leasable space of more than 400,000 square meters by 2010.

According to Jun Bisnar, head for commercial operations of Fort Bonifacio Development Corp. (FBDC), “The high demand for office space in Bonifacio Global City is due to the fact that the business district is considered the natural extension of the financial district in Makati. It is near most of the headquarters of the top 100 corporations. At the same time, it offers a refreshing work environment.”

He adds that because of BGC’s proximity to Makati CBD, there is a tendency to attract the same superior labor quality and worker profile. The premier business district further has several access points, which contributes to the smooth flow of traffic in the area.

The existing office buildings enjoying 100 percent occupancy rates are the FBDC-owned Bonifacio Technology Center and the Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corp. (HSBC) building, as well as the Net Group-owned Net One and Net Square structures.

Net Group has three more buildings being developed—the Net Cube, Net Quad and Net Plaza. Five other buildings which are under construction are the Chancery of Singapore, Fort Legend, Fort 26th, Total Corporate Center 1, and the HanJinPhil Philippine Headquarters.

An office building earmarked for BPO locators is also be developed by FBDC. Other office buildings that are in the pipeline are projects of Daiichi and ADVL Land Corp. Further, the corporate headquarters of the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE)—what is likely to be the crown jewel of Bonifacio Global City—is set to rise in the City Center. The PSE headquarters will serve as a unified trading floor for brokers now doing business in Pasig and Makati.

Multinationals and large companies like JP Morgan, Deutsche Knowledge Systems, GE Money, GE Philippines, Transnational Diversified Group and several technology-based firms such as Intel Philippines, Ericsson Philippines and Tetra Pak Philippines, among others, have chosen Bonifacio Global City as their new corporate address.

Bonifacio Global City, located in the progressive City of Taguig, has also emerged as a favored location of business process outsourcing (BPO) companies, which have snapped up allocated office spaces in Market! Market! Only 2,700 sqm of spaces is available for lease in the shopping complex. “We foresee that these remaining units will be taken up within the next two months,” says Bisnar.

Another attraction of BGC to IT firms is the presence of a special economic zone offering fiscal incentives to the locators. PEZA-registered buildings in BGC include the Bonifacio Technology Center and the Net Group edifices. Bonifacio Technology Center counts among its tenants IT and BPO firms such as call center Ventus, software providers NEC Telecom Software and Data Horizon, hospitality service provider Nex C, and facility provider Hatchasia.com.

The healthy mix of office, residential, and commercial establishments along with measures taken by FBDC to preserve the green areas of BGC contribute to the place’s prominence as a premier business district where one can indulge in one’s passion for work and other interests.
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Old June 27th, 2008, 12:29 PM   #3
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Very good looking tower! The open areas under the tower and the top make it the more better.
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MANILA | New Philippine Stock Exchange | 30 fl | Prep

New Philippine Stock Exchange

Design: SOM
Project Management: Patane Group
Official Height: 229.5 meters

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New Philippine Stock Exchange

Location: Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Client: Ayala Land Incorporated – Philippines

Project Description:

* Major Project – Commercial
* Landmark Architecture
* Public Plaza Feature – Ground Floor
* Dedicated Entry to Philippine Stock Exchange – Ground Floor
* Dedicated Entry to Office Tower – Ground Floor
* Philippine Stock Exchange Trading Floor
* Philippine Stock Exchange Offices
* Prime Central Business District CBD Office Space
* Office Tower Configuration – 3 Tier Design Feature
* 44 Storey Office Tower
* Basement Car Parking
* 5 Level Car Park
* High Quality Construction, Finishes, Fittings & Equipment
* Prestige Commercial Building, CBD Location





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One Dubai meets the Commerzbank in Frankfurt. Not Bad!
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Old December 29th, 2009, 08:26 PM   #7
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Old June 26th, 2010, 12:55 PM   #8
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kelan start ng construction nito?.,,
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Old November 30th, 2010, 09:32 PM   #9
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Pardo hopes that ALI will break ground on the new BGC office building by the first quarter of 2012. Once the PSE moves to its much-awaited headquarters, the bourse can then unlock values of its existing office space in Tower One. Its office space in Tektite tower in Ortigas, meanwhile, is still on the block.
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Philippine Stock Exchange Inc. (PSE), the operator of the country’s only stock exchange, is making further adjustments to its delayed plans to relocate its headquarters to the Bonifacio Global City in Taguig City.

Instead of backing the construction of a new structure, PSE President and Chief Executive Officer Hans Sicat told reporters on Friday that the bourse will instead be taking up at least 6,000 square meters of office space within the new building to rise along 5th Avenue in Bonifacio Global City.

Sicat said the PSE will still keep “naming rights” over the building.

He said the acquisition of the offices would be funded by the swap or sale of another property in the area, where the PSE headquarters would have been located under the original plan through a joint venture with Ayala Land Inc.

“It’s a five-year construction plan,” Sicat said. “The target is to have the ceremonial groundbreaking by the end of the first quarter of 2012.”
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Skidmore, Owings and Merrill seem to get everywhere these days having become a truly international firm, as their latest project, this time in the Philippines, goes to show.

Located in Metro Manila, the scheme has been commissioned to serve as the new headquarters for the new stock exchange of the Philippines in the form of what is basically a 44 storey tower with three connected sides arranged around a triangular void.

In this sense, there's a certain resemblance to the Commerzbank Tower in Frankfurt, although there it stops, not least because this building is lacking the atria on each side to always give an inner view out through the building.

The triple tiered design has the shortest side rising to 136.4 metres, the middle one reaching 178.4 metres, and the upper one managing 220.5 metres in height.

With full height floor to ceiling glazing on the main sections of each floor, the towers three pentagonal-shaped corner blocks will be clad in stone giving a solid contrast with the glazed sides, and in particular the facade overrun on the upper level of the tallest tier.

The eastern corner block will not be connected at ground level to the western side of the tower allowing pedestrian permeability under the building and through the site from what is currently Manila's Fifth Avenue.

The project is being developed by Ayala Land Incorporated whose vision just goes to show that developing markets are not experiencing some of the losses that established financial centres like London have, and can continue to ambitiously expand.

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