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Old Posted Feb 25, 2019, 7:17 AM
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The Seasons Residences (formerly Sunshine Fort)

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Owner: Federal Land Inc., Nomura Real Estate Development Co.,Ltd., Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings Ltd.
Location: Taguig City, Republic of the Philippines
Site Area: About 15,000 ㎡
Floor Area: About 252,000 ㎡
Tower A: 3 underground floors, 41 above ground floors
Tower B: 3 underground floors, 43 above ground floors
Tower C: 3 underground floors, 47 above ground floors
Tower D: 3 underground floors, 50 above ground floors

As of 2/17/19

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Wow, Manila, like Frankfurt and London, simply does not get the coverage it deserves on these forums.
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^Nice of you to say that, thanks! I was in London a little over a year ago, and I was surprised by the number and design quality of high rise constructions going up on both banks of the Thames. I haven't been to Frankfurt, so I'm curious to check their thread here.


Here's an update of Ayala North Exchange (former Citygate Towers), located at an important intersection of Makati Business District. This gives the public a good view of Ayala Avenue, the 'Wall Street' of the Philippines, the preferred HQ address of multinational companies in the country.

1/26/19

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March 2019
You can see the highrises along Ayala Avenue


The podium is a mall

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Keep the updates coming, Ptah!
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I would love to see more photos from the surrounding area as well
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Keep the updates coming, Ptah!
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I would love to see more photos from the surrounding area as well
Let's start off with the Uptown-Veritown area of BONIFACIO CBD

As multinational companies continue to cut costs and send jobs overseas, demand for BPO (business process outsource) space in developing countries like the Philippines should continue to grow. Here's a project that is part of that, helping to fuel Manila's construction boom.

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Megaworld to build 25-storey tower for JPMorgan Chase Bank’s Philippine Global Service Center

Megaworld, the Philippines’ largest developer and lessor of office spaces, is constructing a 25-storey, build-to-suit office building for the Philippine Global Service Center of JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., the leading global banking and financial services provider.

Offering an estimated 70,000 square meters of gross leasable area, it is the country’s biggest single office lease transaction in terms of total space leased to a single company and transaction value.

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JP Morgan Chase
Location: BONIFACIO
Floors: 25
Use: Office
Architect: Broadway Malyan

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JPMorgan Chase Tower
2/9/19

Nadz Silva

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Adjacent to JPMorgan Chase Tower is an office/commercial development:

World Commerce Place
3/6/19

Nina Figuieroa

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Across World Commerce Place is a huge multi-tower residential/commercial development:

Uptown Parksuites
2/8/19

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Across the street from Parksuites is another enormous residential/commercial project:

Sunshine Fort
3/15/19

Yuko Itani
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Any news on how Manila will fix their transportation?
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Any news on how Manila will fix their transportation?
I heard that they broke ground some weeks ago on a subway line that will stretch from Quezon City to Pasay, with a direct link to NAIA. It's also supposed to connect to some of the elevated rail lines.

Nag-groundbreaking na!
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awesome towers!
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I heard that they broke ground some weeks ago on a subway line that will stretch from Quezon City to Pasay, with a direct link to NAIA. It's also supposed to connect to some of the elevated rail lines.

Nag-groundbreaking na!
Yep! However, the TBM is still being manufactured, so it will be a while before they can make good progress. I know they've made progress on the crucial NLEX-SLEX freeway connector recently, and I think both MRT line 7 and the BRT in Quezon City are both moving along


Let me update you all on the latest around the High Street shopping area of Bonifacio business district

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The Suites at One Bonifacio High Street
Location: BONIFACIO
Architect: Handel Architects
Floors:63
Use: Residential

3/22/19
As seen from 5th Avenue

Aljon Albuera

3/17/19
As seen from High Street shopping area

Chris Urbano

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East and West Gallery
Location: BONIFACIO
Architect: Handel Architects
Floors:51 & 50
Use: Residential

3/15/19
East Gallery is the taller one. High Street shopping area is in the lower part of the picture

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BPI taps Illinois-based firm for new headquarters

Lawrence Agcaoili (The Philippine Star) - December 3, 2018 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines — Ayala-led Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) has tapped Illinois-based Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM) to do the plan for its new headquarters at the corner of Ayala and Paseo de Roxas avenues in Makati City.

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BPI HQ render:

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Existing building is the yellow midrise below:

Rommel Perez

*For those interested in seeing what the street level looks like, you can check google streetview

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I heard that they broke ground some weeks ago on a subway line that will stretch from Quezon City to Pasay, with a direct link to NAIA. It's also supposed to connect to some of the elevated rail lines.

Nag-groundbreaking na!
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Thanks for the update! I appreciate it and will share this to my family and friends
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The Estate Makati
Architect: Foster+Partners
Floors: 60
Height: 270 m

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