The Philippines was previously known to be the Pearl of the Orient Seas, a fitting name for such a beautiful country. It warmly welcomes foreign investments in order to boost economic growth. With the evident increasing needs of its ever growing and young population, both foreign and local investors are racing to meet these needs. More so in the Philippine property market.
Woodside City by Philippine property developer Megaworld you get a taste of nature in the middle of a busy city. Megaworld announced the Php 35-billion township project in 2014. It aims to be an environment-friendly complex development that has everything its residents need in one place. Jericho P. Go, says, “The very concept of a township is to reduce and minimize the carbon footprint of the community. In our communities, one wouldn’t need hours to commute to go to work, home, watch movies, or do the grocery. Everything is just within walking distance”.
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Megaworld was founded by Andrew Tan on 1989. They were previously known for being a reputable developer of luxury Philippines real estate and commercial areas. In 1996, they shifted their focus towards middle-income earners and started developing more affordable but still high-quality townships. In 1997, they launched Eastwood City which aspired to be a globally competent cyberpark as well as provide quality Philippine homes. They have also launched well-known high end developments such as the Forbes Town Centre, McKinley Hill, and Newport City.
Woodside City aspires to meet the increasing needs of the business process outsourcing sector and will be situated in Pasig City, a quickly developing area. It is in close proximity to Ortigas, one of the Philippines’ thriving central business districts. It set to span 10 years of development and cover 14 hectares of land showcasing skyscrapers and thousands of trees.