Serviced Offices in Fort Bonifacio

Widely regarded as one of the fastest growing Central Business Districts (CBDs) in the country today, Fort Bonifacio or more popularly known as Bonifacio Global City (BGC) is a premier urban development in Taguig City, Philippines. KMC offers an American-managed serviced office facility in the heart for Fort Bonifacio.

KMC Serviced Offices Amenities in Fort Bonifacio (BGC)

  • Internet-enabled Desk/Cubicle, Laptop/PC
  • Building offers 100% Backup Power
  • Multiple Redundant Internet connections with multiple gateways
  • 4.5Mbps DSL connection from PLDT
  • VOIP PBX Available for local and international calls (additional charges would apply)
  • Cisco 2801 Router/Firewalls
  • 4 hours per month complimentary access to conference rooms
  • Centralized air-conditioning (during business hours)
  • High-security (biometrics scan access or proximity card) 24/7
  • Onsite Technical support will be available during normal daytime operating hours
  • Access to shared restrooms, pantry, and server room
  • Complimentary tea, coffee and purified water provided
  • Inclusive Utilities (Power and Water)

Usually referred to as plug and play, managed offices, business centers, or executive centers, these serviced offices are fully-furnished and equipped according to a company's business preferences. Manned by a facility management company responsible for renting out individual desks, offices and floors to different businesses, these serviced offices are widely regarded as cost-effective, highly-efficient, and easily accessible start-up options for foreign and local companies in the Philippines

Bonifacio Global City Serviced Offices
20th Floor, Picadilly Star Building,
4th Avenue corner 27th Street
Bonifacio Global City, Taguig

Contact our real estate brokers today for more information on the available serviced offices for rent, lease, or sale in Makati City, Philippines.


Contact KMC MAG Group for Fort Bonifacio

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