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Bridgetowne East by Robinsons Land
Location: Pasig City (current site of URC Rosario plant & Litton Mills
Lot Size: 20 hectares

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In an earlier interview with The Manila Times, Robinsons Land President Frederick Go said they plan to begin construction of their new township Bridgetowne East, a duplicate of their Bridgetowne Business Park in Libis, Quezon City, within this year.

The new township will sit on a 20-hectare area in Metro Manila and will take up a huge chunk of Robinsons Land’s 2018 capital expenditure, likely to exceed P17 billion.

SOURCE: http://www.manilatimes.net/robinsons-land-prices-rights-offer-p18-20-share/376508/

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Robinsons Land partners with Hong Kong firm for P5.6-billion Pasig project

BusinessWorld | May 8, 2018 | 4:23 pm

Robinsons Land Corp. (RLC) has partnered with Hong Kong Land Group (HKLG) for the development of real estate projects in the country, starting with a P5.6-billion residential property in Pasig City.

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The parties will be forming a 60-40 joint venture (JV) firm for the residential project, set to rise on Block 4 of Bridgetowne East in Pasig City. Aside from developing the property, the JV company will also be in charge of marketing and sale of the residential units.
 

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PASIG | RLC + HKLG Residential Enclave @ Bridgetowne East [mix|res]

RLC, Hong Kong Land to invest P5.6B in residential enclave
by Doris Dumlao-Abadilla | Philippine Daily Inquirer | Tuesday | May 08, 2018 | 05:59 PM


Gokongwei-led property developer Robinsons Land Corp. has teamed up with Hong Kong Land Group to jointly invest around P5.6 billion to develop a residential enclave in fast-rising IT park Bridgetowne East in Pasig City.

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“This collaboration combines the experience, vision and financial capability of RLC and HKLG; bringing together local expertise and international design that stand as landmarks in key Asian cities. The project is envisioned to transform the landscape of Pasig City, adding to it a well-planned township of mixed-use development with skyscrapers imbued with international appeal,” the disclosure said.

Hong Kong Land is represented in this property deal by Hong Kong Land International Holdings Ltd. and its subsidiary Ideal Realm Ltd.

The joint venture will initially undertake the purchase of a 1.8-hectare property situated in Block 4 of Bridgetowne East, aiming to “develop the property into a residential enclave and likewise carry out the marketing and sales of the residential units.”

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looks good with Hongkong Land development. It seems that Robinsons Land is leveling up to match their neighbor Eton-Ayala Parklinks
 

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No plan to burn the squatters area?
Hindi ba masyado nang inhumane yun? :eek:hno: Pero yung residential area across Rosario, hindi naman siya IS kung titignan sa Google Street View.
 

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Yup. Hindi naman yun squatters area. Talagang dikit dikit lang bahay dun. Tsaka di sya kasama sa property ng URC Litton Mills.
 

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^^ I hope someone with skills can help to superimpose this parklink masterplan together with bridgetowne west and east on google map for us to have a better visual on how this area will look like in the future. :cheers:

Please help to share it here.
 

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^^Here, just a shoddy 15-minute work :D
Ang laki pala. That makes C5 a commercial and business belt of the East - from Eastwood and Arcovia of Tan (Megaworld), Circulo Verde and Ortigas East of Ortigas, Bridgetowne of Gokongwei and Parklinks of Ayala.
 

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And, I think IPI was bought by SM :dunno:

83 hectares ata yung Bridgetowne+East, Circulo Verde, Ortigas East and Parklinks. Tapos, 12.4 hectares naman ang Arcovia.
Sasawsaw pa (apparently) si SM? :bash: :eek:hno: Another SMDC project ba yan?
 

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Ang laki pala. That makes C5 a commercial and business belt of the East - from Eastwood and Arcovia of Tan (Megaworld), Circulo Verde and Ortigas East of Ortigas, Bridgetowne of Gokongwei and Parklinks of Ayala.
I can only see a new rail line to be built along the Pasig/Marikina River in order to interconnect all these townships and once and for all clear all the informal (and formal) settlers that are eyesore along Kalayaan Ave and hindrance to the realization of the urban renewal and river rehabilitation project.

 
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