Megaworld selling office spaces in Cavite

Published January 28, 2019, 12:00 AM

by manilabulletin_admin

By James A. Loyola

Megaworld Corporation, the country’s top developer of integrated urban townships, announced that it is selling office spaces inside its 140-hectare Maple Grove township in General Trias, Cavite.


The 17-storey One Corporate Place offers 93 select office units with layout sizes ranging from 63 square meters to 281 square meters, perfect for corporate offices and business process outsourcing companies, including small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs).

“Maple Grove’s rising business district in this side of Cavite allows companies to thrive and grow their businesses in a green and sustainable community where everything is integrated and within reach,” said Megaworld Vice President for Sales and Marketing Rachelle Peñaflorida.

She noted that, “the entire development itself, as in any other townships that we’ve already built, will be walkable from one office tower to another, or to the mall, residential towers and parks that we will build around the community.”

Equipped with its own Building Management System (BMS), One Corporate Place will feature a 24-hour Security and Fire Command Center, Seismic Detection and Monitoring System.

It will also have stand-by generators for 100percent back-up power, fire security system, water reservoir with separate fire reserve water tanks, and a 24-hour CCTV monitoring system. The entire building will also be fiber optic-ready.

The office tower will also be highlighted with sustainability features that include a roofdeck garden, use of energy-saving LED lights in common areas, use of dual-flush type water closets for common toilets, and its own Material Recovery Facility (MRF), that allows waste segregation and recycling.

“Owning an office space in Maple Grove would be a wise move especially that General Trias is now fast becoming a key growth area of Cavite. In five years, we expect rental prices to go up as more developments rise within the township,” explained Peñaflorida.