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Old March 12th, 2012, 03:04 PM   #2801
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this is the skytree of Japan... this the second tallest tower in the world with 634m in height... this will encompasses the project on QC...


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Old March 12th, 2012, 03:34 PM   #2802
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sana ibigay na ung renders !!!!
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Old March 12th, 2012, 03:58 PM   #2803
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but this comment on facebook bothers me.. which is true.. take a look on this...

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How can Mitsubishi, a Japanese company, BUY said property let alone BUILD a tower when Philippine Law prohibits this? The usual "lets jump the gun and make the announcement before ink is even put to paper" notwithstanding, I feel these government officials may be in for a huge disappointment.
I've just remembered a height restriction on the Metro that we've forgot.. hope that our officials don't bother this..
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Old March 12th, 2012, 05:23 PM   #2804
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Gandang Project nyan )
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Old March 13th, 2012, 02:36 PM   #2805
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but this comment on facebook bothers me.. which is true.. take a look on this...



I've just remembered a height restriction on the Metro that we've forgot.. hope that our officials don't bother this..
hayaan mo think positive!!!!
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Old March 13th, 2012, 03:23 PM   #2806
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Old March 13th, 2012, 04:37 PM   #2807
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World's 2nd Tallest Tower Soon to Rise in Quezon City?

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MANILA, Philippines - Japan’s Mitsubishi Electric Corp. is said to be interested in buying Manila Seedling Bank Foundation Inc.’s seven-hectare property on Edsa and Quezon Avenue in Quezon City for P100,000 a square meter to put up the second tallest tower in the world.

City administrator Victor Endriga says Mitsubishi’s representatives met with him and Mayor Herbert Bautista to discuss their plan to build the tower that will house telecommunications companies, radio and television networks , commercial establishments and restaurants. “If things get going, the tower offer will be the world’s second tallest next to Tokyo’s [634-meter] Sky Tree,” Endriga told the Manila Standard.

He said Mitsubishi showed Bautista a blueprint of its plan to transform the Manila Seedling Bank property into an eco-tourism hub under a public-private partnership. “The mayor was overwhelmed,” Endriga said. Apart from theP7 billion in projected income from the sale of Manila Seedling Bank, Endriga said, the city was anticipating a bigger business tax collection once the telecommunications tower started operations. “We will not spend a single centavo,” he said.

City officials were surprised when the Mitsubishi executives arranged an appointment with them, Endriga said. “It came to their knowledge that the nursery and seedling bank was auctioned off to the city in 2010 and on July 6, 2011,” he said. “Manila Seedling owed the city government P42 million in real-property taxes,” he said. “We believe it does not have the money to pay us until July 6.”

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Old March 16th, 2012, 11:16 AM   #2808
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construction @ 21st/22nd floor already.


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Old March 17th, 2012, 12:32 PM   #2809
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The Sequoia 54 Floors Proposed 160-170m
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Old March 19th, 2012, 01:04 PM   #2810
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36 Projects Under Construction at the Bonifacio Global City
Pinoy Index
http://pinoyindexph.wordpress.com/

Business is booming at the Bonifacio Global City in Taguig. Tower cranes in operation, lots of buildings under construction. So, I got curious: just how many buildings and commercial areas are about to rise at BGC?

While others were celebrating Chinese New Year last Monday, I hopped on a borrowed bike and traveled around BGC to find out. A week of online and ocular verifications later, here’s a list of 36 condominiums, hotels, residential buildings and areas, office towers, and commercial areas under construction at the Bonifacio Global City.


Legends: Blue -> Residential || Red -> Office Bldg. || Purple -> Commercial/Multi-purpose Area || Orange -> Hotel || White Marker -> completed/opened (map updated Mar 19, 2012) Click here to view map: http://pinoyindexph.wordpress.com/

1) Avida Towers Global City
2) Clipp Center
3) Bonifacio Uptown (includes One Uptown Place & One Uptown Residence)
4) Park West Condominium
6) Avida CityFlex Towers
7) Avida Towers 34th Street
8) W Fifth Avenue
9) Globe Telecom Headquarters
10) One High Street
11) Nickel Asia Corporate Tower
12) Ecotower
13) Bench Tower
14) The Mind Museum (opened March 16, 2012)
15) Shangri-la at The Fort
16) BGC West Block Retail
17) Unified Philippine Stock Exchange Building [press release]
18) Ascott Hotel
19) Net Lima
20) Bonifacio High Street Central (East Super Block)
21) Del Monte/Nutri Asia Headquarters
22) W Global Center
23) Kukun Hotel
24) Alveo Land Headquarters
25) High Street South Block
26) 8 Forbes Town Road Residences
27) Avant at the Fort
28) Fort Victoria
29) The Beaufort
30) St. Regis Residences
31) RCBC Savings Bank Corporate Center
32) The Icon Plaza
33) Arya Residences
34) The Trion Towers
35) One Serendra (East and West Tower)
36) Two Serendra (The Aston, The Red Oak and The Meranti)
37) Bonifacio Civic Center (SM The Aura/SM City Taguig)

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The look of the future Fort Bonifacio

For reference only!

- ignore the height, building viewpoint, etc.
- credits to original picture owner

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Old March 19th, 2012, 04:29 PM   #2811
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Nice, but read somewhere that Makati outnumbered BGC in terms of highrises under construction.
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Old March 20th, 2012, 03:12 PM   #2812
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We are insisting with God in our prayers that just as this building will rise off
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Old March 20th, 2012, 04:54 PM   #2813
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wow, there are many building projacts

I surprised with this new coz I didn't know how many building projects are there. Here Seoul has also many projects. However, I usually interesting in the project in Manila
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Old March 21st, 2012, 12:32 PM   #2814
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BGC 2004 - 2010
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^ skyline of Taguig City 2012
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Old March 22nd, 2012, 05:59 AM   #2815
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Japanese to build world’s 2nd highest tower in QC

JAPAN’s Mitsubishi Electric Corp. is said to be interested in buying Manila Seedling Bank Foundation Inc.’s seven-hectare property on Edsa and Quezon Avenue in Quezon City for P100,000 a square meter to put up the second tallest tower in the world.

City administrator Victor Endriga says Mitsubishi’s representatives met with him and Mayor Herbert Bautista to discuss their plan to build the tower that will house telecommunications companies, radio and television networks , commercial establishments and restaurants.

“If things get going, the tower offer will be the world’s second tallest next to Tokyo’s [634-meter] Sky Tree,” Endriga told the Manila Standard.

He said Mitsubishi showed Bautista a blueprint of its plan to transform the Manila Seedling Bank property into an eco-tourism hub under a public-private partnership.

“The mayor was overwhelmed,” Endriga said. Apart from theP7 billion in projected income from the sale of Manila Seedling Bank, Endriga said, the city was anticipating a bigger business tax collection once the telecommunications tower started operations.

“We will not spend a single centavo,” he said.

City officials were surprised when the Mitsubishi executives arranged an appointment with them, Endriga said.

“It came to their knowledge that the nursery and seedling bank was auctioned off to the city in 2010 and on July 6, 2011,” he said.

“Manila Seedling owed the city government P42 million in real-property taxes,” he said.

“We believe it does not have the money to pay us until July 6.” Rio N. Araja

http://www.manilastandardtoday.com/i.../2012/March/10
i hope this project will push through., no delays.,
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Old March 22nd, 2012, 08:10 AM   #2816
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Construction updates:
march 21 ,2012

SM Aura at The CIVIC Center
- i saw five cranes on that site,,,
tapos nilalagyan na nila ng hollow blocks around the exterior,
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The AsTon and Oak at Two Serendra BGC






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Old March 25th, 2012, 02:42 PM   #2817
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^In the near future, Metro Manila will be filled with high rises as this is more lucrative business than lowrise. The good effects are, more wider roads will be opened and sewerage/waste management system will be more efficient.

But I hope that despite of massive building of high rises, large urban parks and gardens will also be available in every district.
amen to the large urban parks and gardens. imagine if at street level, everything is shut out and cloistered because of all these towering skyscrapers and you don't get any sense of wide, open space. that would be unsound for everyone's well-being.
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Old March 25th, 2012, 02:53 PM   #2818
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open spaces are also needed to mitigate pollution and in case of earthquakes people can have a safe place to run to
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Old March 25th, 2012, 02:56 PM   #2819
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^ skyline of Taguig City 2012
I havent seen taguig for quite long already,the last time was in 2004. There were a lot of empty spaces that time


Is that already the buildings in taguig...alone?
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Old March 25th, 2012, 11:15 PM   #2820
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ORTIGAS' Circulo Verde [mix|res|u/c] @ Quezon City

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Nice except that ugly bridge towards the Twin Towers !!!
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