C-5 landmark

The Glaston tower, Ortigas & Company’s first office tower for sale, recently broke ground in Ortigas East. The 34-storey edifice is the first to rise at the new Ortigas East, the property firm’s P50-billion redevelopment of the estate formerly known as Frontera Verde. The Glaston Tower is providing office spaces for tech start-ups and more established, traditional businesses such as consulting and trading companies, law firms, and financial corporations.  At the ceremony were Ortigas & Company president Jaime E. Ysmael (sixth from left) and Asya chairman and principal architect Albert Yu (sixth from right). Also there were Ortigas & Company executives (left to right): Trina R. Chan, head of office Leasing; John G. Bautista, head of technical and property services; Jayme T. Uy, associate marketing manager; Rose O. Morales, head of sales; Jojo S. Aligaen, head of project execution;  Jenna J. Belardo, head of project development; Amabelle P. Dizon, head of design and planning; Thomas F. Mirasol, senior vice president and chief operating officer; Arch. Renee C. Bacani, vice president, shopping center division; and Atty. Mike I. Abundo, vice president and head of corporate resources.

Topics: Glaston tower , Ortigas & Company , Ortigas East

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