The Filipino star
November 22, 2021 | 00h00
MANILA, Philippines – Megaworld Corp., the real estate company led by Andrew Tan, is developing a 6 billion peseta shopping district in its 85 hectare Northwin Global City in Marilao and Bocaue in Bulacan.
Its 28th township, Northwin Main Street, will be modeled after New York’s Fifth Avenue and will include corporate buildings, stores, hotels and commercial towers.
For this commercial strip, Megaworld will offer 145 premier boutiques and commercial land lined up in pedestrianized streets surrounded by well-kept gardens and parks.
Shophouse lot sizes will range from 250 to 550 square meters while commercial lot sizes range from 450 to 750 m².
The company reserves 16 hectares of land for this shopping district, whose turnover is targeted in 2026.
Noli Hernandez, executive vice president of sales and marketing for Megaworld, said it would be the closest business district outside of the capital.
“Since the township is conveniently located along the North Luzon Freeway (NLEX) and only 20 kilometers from Metro Manila, this will be the closest business district outside of the capital where businesses and businesses can build their stores and offices, ”Hernandez said. .
He urged entrepreneurs to be part of the global business district, which will soon be just 20 minutes from the highly anticipated New Manila International Airport in Bulacan.
The shophouses, inspired by French architecture, can be built up to three stories for retail, food and beverage stores such as cafes, restaurants and bars and boutique hotels.
The top floor of the shophouses can be used for residential or office purposes.
Commercial buildings, on the other hand, can grow up to five stories high to be used as offices or boutique hotels.
The Manila-Clark railway project adds to the accessibility of the township. One of the stations will be located within the township, providing convenient access to future workers and residents of Northwin Global City.
Positioned as Bulacan’s global business district, the 98 billion peso township will also be home to state-of-the-art residential condominiums, hotels, shopping malls, mixed-use commercial buildings, educational institutions and office towers. technology for BPOs and corporate headquarters.
The township will also include green features as well as sustainable facilities.