BUSINESS process outsourcing (BPO) companies, insurance firms, and real estate developers have identified Quezon City as a good location to establish a satellite office, according to Phillip Anonuevo, executive director of Leechiu Property Consultants (LPC).
A recent report by LPC showed Quezon City has built up an inventory of office buildings that is expected to keep growing up to 2023.
Aryton Zalamea, LPC manager, said buildings like the 13-storey Mpire Center, located along West Avenue, are expected to boost demand further in Quezon City.
Mpire Center, which offers a gross leasable area of 14,100 square meters, is owned and built by Mprime Development Corp., an affiliate of Monolith Construction and Development Corporation.
“Most of the occupiers inquiring about Mpire are surprised to find a building of such quality in QC,” Mr. Anonuevo said.
The building is pre-certified for LEED Gold, which means it has incorporated energy saving features including double glazed windows, VRF Air-Conditioning, a garden roof deck, etc. for its occupiers.
Mpire Center also has a multi-purpose court for basketball and other sports events and ground floor retail area.