Biz district adds office, retail center


    Bamberton Center, a 3,069 square-meter (sq.m.) office development will soon provide workspaces and commercial units to business corporations and retailers.

    Located in Arca South in FTI, touted as the emerging business district in Taguig City, Bamberton will target potential markets based in industrial areas like Parañaque, Las Piñas, Muntinlupa, and Calabarzon.

    It will also target businesses looking for office space that’s still close to the usual bustling cities like Makati and Bonifacio Global City.

    This 13-storey office building lends itself as an ecosystem of commerce and business as it ensures that there are generously-sized office spaces.

    On the ground floor are 12 commercial unit spaces.

    Each office floor, spanning 2,800 sq.m. will have its own centralized restrooms, executive toilets, and a provision for pantries.

    The building will be well-equipped with advanced security and modern automation system, eight high-speed elevators, shuttle elevators, and a pair of fire exit stairs for the vertical circulation.

    The building will also allot three-basement parking levels with 300 parking slots.

    Bamberton Center will be seamlessly connected to retail spaces and the Ayala Mall Arca South for shopping and dining options with facilities supporting 24/7 operations.

    Residential buildings and hotels like Seda Arca within the vicinity offer permanent and temporary stays right within the center.

    To complete the Intertwining nature with architecture, Bamberton Center is surrounded by open spaces with picturesque garden views, refreshing streetscapes, spacious pathways and multi-use public spaces.

    Bamberton Center is strategically situated on the north-eastern ridge at Arca South’s Corporate Center—the 74-hectare progressive central business and lifestyle district that provides lively workspaces and residential developments.

    It is easily accessible via SLEX, General Espino Avenue and C5. The area serves as a gateway to the South, straddling between Parañaque and Bicutan, Fort Bonifacio, and C5.