Megaworld selects Broadway Malyan to design $1bn township in Philippines

14 September 2014 (Last Updated September 14th, 2014 18:30)

Philippines-based residential and office developer Megaworld has selected UK-based architectural firm Broadway Malyan to develop a new township, McKinley West, in the country.

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Philippines-based residential and office developer Megaworld has selected UK-based architectural firm Broadway Malyan to develop a new township, McKinley West, in the country.

Located on a 34.5ha former joint US military assistance group (JUSMAG) property in Fort Bonifacio, the township will feature a series of residential estates designed by Broadway Malyan.

Broadway Malyan main board director Ian Simpson said: "This prestigious appointment will draw on the skills and experience of our expert design team and will see us partnering with the top developer in the Philippines to deliver a truly landmark residential scheme.

"This commission demonstrates the calibre of our rapidly-expanding portfolio of work in the Philippines and how we are supporting clients with genuinely market-moving projects."

"Winning this commission demonstrates the calibre of our rapidly-expanding portfolio of work in the Philippines and how we are supporting clients with genuinely market-moving projects."

The company is investing around $1bn in the next decade to build the township.

Residential developments include two to four-bedroom suites with 350m² space and penthouse suites with two-level floor to ceiling windows and private infinity swimming pools.

In addition, the township will also include a business park featuring office towers and commercial and retail buildings.

Megaworld senior vice-president Noli D Hernandez said: "Following the success of our McKinley West Village, which sold out three years ago, McKinley West will provide a luxurious blend of a modern business district and ultra-high-end residential estates that will set a new benchmark in living."

In addition to McKinley West, Megaworld has a portfolio of nine more townships covering 300ha across the country.


Image: An artist's impression of the proposed $1bn township in Philippines. Photo: courtesy of Broadway Malyan.