Larger, greater things are bound to happen in the metropolis' second largest business district-the Bonifacio Global City. Currently, there are ongoing hotel projects and mixed-use developments in the area, which will make BGC the main lifestyle and business hub in the city. With the Unified Philippine Stock Exchange setting up its headquarters here, BGC is set to be the new home for other key establishments, the most successful businesses, and the biggest companies in the country, along with expanding BPO companies and most promising startups. The east block of the Bonifacio High Street is a great place for corporate headquarters and offices- an ideal site for grade A space.
Just like the rest of BGC, this extension of Bonifacio High Street has that park-like ambience and that modern but practical architecture. There's a lot of green and open spaces in this block, which is a stark contrast to the satellite city's bustling business activities. Retail establishments, residential towers, state-of-the-art cinemas, and a multitude of dining options within the area make Bonifacio High Street East (C3) a great place to live, work, and play. Office components in this mixed-use urban complex are well designed, complete with top-class amenities and modern facilities. Tenants and employees aren't just given a dynamic office setting but also tons of lifestyle options in a place best defined by its thriving urban culture and business environment.
BGC is linked to major roads: C-5 Highway and EDSA, which makes it accessible to people coming from various points and locations in the metro. It's also a good thing that the mixed-use urban complex is pedestrian-friendly and has buses going in and out of its various blocks.