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Filinvest Land Inc. expands Clark office footprint

11
Jul
2019

Filinvest Land Inc. expands Clark office footprint

MANILA, Philippines – Gotianun-led Filinvest Land Inc. is expanding its office property assets that target the business process outsourcing (BPO) industry and other locators in its 201-hectare Mimosa+ Leisure City in Clark, Pampanga.

FLI has broken ground for a new office building 7Workplus and topped out 4Workplus.

Workplus is a green-oriented office campus that spans 4.6-hectares.

It will feature eight mid-rise buildings with a total expected gross leasable area of around 126,000 square meters.

“Workplus is an important component of this township, together with the 130-hectare golf course and the luxurious Quest Plus Conference Center as they complement each other to provide a balanced mix of developments. This project also brings us closer to our vision of making Filinvest Mimosa+ a top-of-mind, year-round business and leisure destination,” Janette Cordero, Filinvest Cyberzone Mimosa Inc. first vice president said in a press statement.

Workplus will be fully-equipped to accommodate 24/7 BPO, IT, and knowledge-based companies, among others.

To date, there are two green office buildings—1Workplus and 2Workplus—which are fully completed and substantially leased in the green office campus.

Both buildings are equipped with a retail area on the ground floor alongside advanced fiber optic facilities.

“Workplus will attract locators not only because of its state-of-the-art features but also because of its refreshing, green campus environment. People working here will be inspired to be productive because of the work-life balance that it offers,” Cordero added.

This office cluster is seen to benefit from its proximity to residential offerings, leisure components, and a future high-end gaming complex. All these are designed to take advantage of the growing interest of investors and tourists in the progressing Clark Freeport Zone. 

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