by: Sarah Joson
Tuesday, April 15, 2014 | Outsourcing News |
Bloomberg anticipates that these townships will yield about 16 million square feet of office space over the decade. However, the office spaces will only be the focal point of a much larger plan which includes residential and commercial properties.
It’s actually a concrete plan wherein travelling to and from the office will be much easier for BPO workers, especially the ones clocking in for the graveyard shift, if they live within the township. It would also be more convenient if the operating hours of shops are similar to the schedule of the workers.
The design of the townships of Megaworld will also be based on its prominent development called Eastwood. The business and residential hub boasts of 40 acres and is only eight miles from the center of Manila.
Megaworld is also planning to develop townships outside Manila. These hubs will be located in Iloilo, Davao, and Lapu-Lapu in Cebu, all of which are in southern and central Philippines.
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