Golden Bay to build recreational ‘city’

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

    Golden Bay Land Holdings is now preparing to work on a bigger, more ambitious project: a mix-use mini city in Bacoor, Cavite that aims to be the next go-to place for young families living south of the Metro.

    It will feature residential, commercial, and recreational spaces, filled with amenities that are more functional than just aesthetical.

    “It is our advocacy to help young Filipino families build their dreams by investing in a house that they can call their own,” says Jardin Brian B. Wong, the 29-year-old Chief Operating Officer of Golden Bay Land Holdings.

    “We feel that the lack of housing and recreational facilies has been the burden of generations and our answer to that is to provide quality developments at reasonable prices.

    I guess this is our contribution to nation-building by helping the middle-aged generation build a brighter future for the next generation.”

    Golden Bay is making waves in the real estate industry today. The company 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. Wong has been trained in business as early as age six. He currently leads this rising company with values and principles of humility, perseverance, compromise, and smarts.

    Like his own parents–businessman Bong Wong and former public servant Cely Bernardino–the story of Golden Bay is also a rags-to-riches one.

    “We started out with only three employees and our office was only less than 30sqm. It was just a former function room at a hotpot restaurant,” recounts Wong. “Now we are a total of 50 with a prospect to hire at least 15 more.”

    Golden Bay Fresh Seafood Restaurant, one of the businesses under the corporation being led by the Wong family, helped paved the way for Golden Bay Land Holdings to be created.
    Through the collaborative effort of the company’s stakeholders and partners, the concept for Aspire Corporate Plaza was realized.

    With the massive development of residential properties in the area, they were inspired to build an office property on the 3,500sqm lot sitting behind the now iconic restaurant, which was among the first establishments to be built in the Bay Area when it first opened several years ago.

    “Seeing all the residential properties being built around the restaurant, the first thing that came to mind for us was, ‘Where will all these people hold their offices?’ That’s how we thought of Aspire Corporate Plaza,” recounts Wong about how the company, together with their partners, decided to enter the real estate business.

    Through dedication, proper management, and some help and advise from mentors, Golden Bay Land Holdings is now one of the fastest-growing real estate developers in the country today. Partnering with prestigious 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 able to deliver on its first project at a truly impressive rate.