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There is a wide variety of commercial spaces available in Metro Manila to suit a range of purposes and budgets. Office space may be as inexpensive as Php24,900 per month for small offices with a floor area of 60 square meters or as high as Php1,000.00 for a full-sized office of a thousand square meters.

Our available office spaces can come either fully furnished with cubicles and other amenities or can come fully unfurnished with an open floor plan.

Commercial spaces for rent are great for small start-up businesses, medium-scale enterprises, and even BPOs looking for facilities that can house a wide range of operations.

Office spaces may be customized to suit the needs of different businesses and operations, both for front-of-the-house and back-of-the-house set ups.

 

A Key Aspect of Business: Location

Find the perfect office space for youThe choice of a site to commence business operations may make or break the success of a commercial enterprise. Oftentimes the commercial activity of a place is an important consideration in choosing a site or office, since businesses need to remain in sight and accessible to their customers. This leads to many enterprises congregating in the bustling commercial centers of the metropolis.

A second consideration is that of space, both for current operations as well as possible expansions. Another is proximity to suppliers, banks, and other services necessary to the day to day work of a business operation. Still another factor is that of ergonomics and office design. This helps minimize the risk of accidents and promote the health and well-being of employees in the workplace setting.

 

Commercial Offices for Rent in Metro Manila

Metro Manila is still considered a prime location for office and commercial spaces nationwide. Many of these office spaces are situated in business districts in the cities of Makati, Taguig, Pasig, and Quezon City. Other commercial offices may be found in areas targeted for commercial growth and expansion such as the City of San Juan in the center of Metro Manila, or the cities of Paranaque and Muntinlupa in the south.

Office spaces in Metro Manila are often accessible via mass transportation such as buses and the LRT-1, LRT-2, and MRT train lines. Some of these offices are near service roads and routes catering to factory and industrial operations located within and near to the metropolis. Metro Manila is also the home of the country’s largest airport, the Ninoy Aquino International Airport located in Paranaque, as well as several large bus services providing rapid transportation to nearby and far-off provinces.

Another attraction of commercial developments in Metro Manila is their close proximity to shopping malls, cinemas, restaurants, museums, parks, churches and places of worship. These not only help draw in potential clientele, but also provide a varied and enriching environment that help employees maintain their work-life balance.

Commercial Offices for Rent Outside Metro Manila

Offices for RentAs more and more business have begun to expand beyond Metro Manila, there has been a rise in the construction of new commercial spaces in various provinces throughout the country. One such area is in the province of Pampanga, just an hour away from Metro Manila. Pampanga is home to the Clark Expo, a mixed-use development complex that houses not only industrial plants and factories, but also tourist resorts and office spaces. New infrastructure such as malls and arenas have also contributed to the rise of commercial development in the area. Clark is also home to another international airport catering to various passenger and cargo areas.

In the Visayas, commercial development has boomed in Cebu City. Cebu, one of the oldest cities in the Philippines, also boasts of its own international airport as well as numerous tourist and commercial establishments. In recent years, the BPO industry found a hub in this metropolis. In the same province, Mandaue City also promises to see more commercial development.

Not to be left behind are the cities in the mainland of Mindanao, such as Cagayan de Oro and Davao. Cagayan de Oro, located in the province of Misamis Oriental, has become one of the gateways to Mindanao. This city has its own airport and seaport that serves as a jump-off point to other destinations in Mindanao. Davao, one of the largest metropolises in the country, also has its own large international airport. This city, another tourist destination, has risen in commercial importance in the recent years.