Aspiring for greater things

Developer Golden Bay Land Holdings recently announced that its maiden project, the 11-storey Aspire Corporate Plaza in Pasay City, is on track to be turned over to clients by June 2020, one year ahead of its original target completion.

“It is our advocacy to help young Filipino families build their dreams by investing in a house that they can call their own,” said Jardin Brian B. Wong, chief operating officer. 

The building was designed with the mid- and upper-scale clientele in mind. “Our smallest cut is at 92sqm--a perfect size for a growing enterprise,” said Wong. 

"We also made sure the units are combinable and flexible for future modifications, plus all the units are without columns so no matter the location, you’re guaranteed that you’ll receive a good size or good cut, and you can maximize the office space.”

Golden Bay is now one of the fastest-growing real estate developers in the country today. Partnering with construction companies such as Megawide Construction Corp., Asya Design Partner, Sta. Elena Construction and Development Corp., D.A. ABCEDE & Associates, and Meinhardt Philippines, Inc., Golden Bay is now working on a bigger project: a mix-use mini city in Bacoor, Cavite.

Topics: Golden Bay Land Holdings , Aspire Corporate Plaza , Jardin Brian Wong , Megawide Construction Corp
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