Warehouse With Loading Bay in General Trias, Cavite 7,380 SQM
Bacao I, General Trias
Location: General Trias, Cavite
Floor Area: 7,380.31 SQM
Lot Area: 11,278.40 SQM
Parking Area: 3,349.77 SQM
Loading Area: 372 SQM
Total Monthly Rent: P1,476,000.00
Status Available (As of January 16, 2022)
Security Deposit: 3 months
Advance Rental: 3 months
Min. Lease Term: 5 years, open to counteroffer
Structure: Warehouse complex with spacious parking I With loading bay
Servicing Agent Junroe Lafradez I Fareast Habitat - REB LIC. 0006391 I DAISE I HTB
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The Cavite Export Processing Zone was created by virtue of Presidential Proclamation Nos. 1980 and 2017 were issued on May 30 and September 19, 1980, respectively. It later evolved into the Cavite Economic Zone when former Philippine President Fidel V. Ramos signed into law the Special Economic Zone Act of 1995 on February 24, 1995.
Under the Special Economic Zone Act enacted in 1995, the Export Processing Zone Authority (EPZA) was abolished to form a better organization and the Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA) was established to assume jurisdiction over all Special Economic Zones. After that, the Cavite Export Processing Zone (CEPZ) came to be called the Cavite Economic Zone (CEZ).
Industrialization and rapid urban development are the main aspects in the formation of more businesses in the General Trias. The development of industrial parks in the municipality brought about a shift from an economy focused on agriculture to one focused on industry and real estate development. This shift gave way to the rise of the financial status of General Trias. From the four (4) factories operating in the town in 1991, a total of 130 firms came about in 2005. Eighty-five percent (85%) of these are located in five (5) major industrial estates with a land area of 421 hectares. Among the 130 industrial firms, 20 are found outside the industrial zone, five (5) outside the special zone at the Gateway Business Park, 32 in the New Cavite Industrial City, 18 inside the special zone at the Gateway Business Park, and 55 in the Cavite Export Processing Zone, Phase 4 along Barangays Bacao and Tejero. However, due to the economic crisis experienced all over the country, 22 factories have closed or were temporarily shut down, hence a total of 109 factories are still operating in full blast within the municipality.