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Arts-and-Entertainment A flourishing financial district, Fort Bonifacio is currently the fastest growing business center in the Philippines today. The city, formerly an old military base, is now proving its worth to the local real estate market. As business continues to expand in the area, luxury residences, commercial office buildings and other establishments are now rising up from what was once fields and empty lots. Many real estate brokers and developers have already expanded their operations to Fort Bonifacio, to provide for the increasing housing and commercial office space demands in the city. Formerly known as Fort McKinley, Fort Bonifacio is a 25.78 square kilometer historical landmark located in Taguig City, Metro-Manila. The Fort was formerly home to the Armed Forces of the Philippines, and surrounded by barren grassland. Its proximity to the Libingan ng mga Bayani and the Manila American Cemetery also made it a questionable location for establishing malls, commercial office space and other high-rise developments. However, Fort Bonifacio is located within an easy distance from the Makati and Ortigas Central Business Districts (CBDs), making it a top choice for real estate developers, BPO companies and their clients. In spite of the Global Economic Crisis in 2009, the Fort is still one of the fastest growing cities in the Philippines today, and is thriving as a commercial and BPO center in the country. Infrastructure in the city is also being constructed on an unprecedented scale. Two Serendra is under construction, while Shangri-La has started breaking ground, even St. Lukes Medical Center has already established its own Global City Branch! BPO companies and call centers are also continuing to expand in the district. The Fort is currently the best alternative to the Makati Central Business District (CBD) for real estate investments and the purchase or lease of office space. Future structural plans for Fort Bonifacio include the establishment of the countrys tallest buliding, which is set to beat out the current title holder: Makatis 52-story PBCom Tower. Federal Land, the company in charge of the project, will construct the 66-storey skyscraper at the heart of the Fort Bonifacio business district. Its first 25 floors will be occupied by the Grand Hyatt Hotel. Condominiums in the Fort are also being established to compete against Makatis prime housing units. According to Michael McCullough, Director of Makati-based real estate brokerage company KMC-MAG Group, Real-estate in Fort Bonifacio has already seen an increase of demand since the first quarter of 2010. Prices are already comparable to real-estate in Makati, with buildings primarily catered toward the growing BPO industry. First-class rental and selling rates, new facilities and prime location means that more BPO companies will be looking to make long term real-estate investments in the Fort as the district continues to thrive. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: