The Bay Area is an upcoming office submarket that is now ready for the taking. Along with Pasay, it houses a total of 11 PEZA buildings. Sitting in the heart of the Philippine capital, Bay Area is home to the country's entertainment city and biggest office locaters.
Before you lease, buy or rent an office space, it is smart to know if the location is accredited by the Philippine Economic Zone Authority. PEZA is created to encourage investments into the country by providing incentives to businesses or investors in the form of tax holidays, discounts and the like once they operate in these accredited economic zones.
Here's the rundown of all accredited buildings and parks you can place your business in:
- Juan Luna Place
- Robinson's Place Otis
- Vertex One
- Five E-com Center
- Mall of Asia Arena Annex Bldg IT Center
- Metro IT Park
- Metropolitan Technological Complex
- SM Cyberzone I
- SM iCity
- SM iCity 2
- SM iCity 3