Recent Remarkable Changes in Iloilo Business Park

Iloilo Business Park is relentless when it comes to developments and lifestyle elevation. The 72-hectare business township in the old Iloilo Airport in Mandurriao District is giving way in introducing exciting establishments and edifices that would create vibrant ambiance to Iloilo’s business and tourism vision.

This January 2016, take a look at these inspiring changes and developments that would entice every Ilonggo and visitors to visit and create a life in this prestigious highly-integrated urban township.

The Megaworld Boulevard. Unfinished Mall on the left and Mall Annex on the right. Richmonde Hotel Iloilo towers at the horizon.

Take an inspiring visit this week at Iloilo Business Park and see for yourself the iconic changes in the township including a recognizable unveiling of Megaworld signage in front of Iloilo Business Park Sales and Information Center and fully-functional traffic lights to guide commuters within the bustling Megaworld Boulevard. The township is embracing its vibrant vision as a prestigious financial and metropolitan epicenter.

Traffic Lights at the major intersection of Iloilo Business Park provided better traffic safety and effeciency. The huge MEGAWORLD signage makes you feel that you are indeed somewhere special.

Ongoing development for Two Techno Place, one of the two BPO buildings set to open this year at Iloilo Business Park as part of the township’s biggest IT Park in the region providing quality global employment opportunities to Ilonggos.

On the last quarter of 2016, Ilonggos and visitors will have their first luxurious shopping and entertaining experience at the Festive Walk Mall, Iloilo Business Park’s very own classy shopping mall with high-end perspective. Development is swiftly ongoing in the township.

The much awaited Festive Walk Mall is said to launch on the last quarter of 2016.

Iloilo City will soon live up to its reputation as a nightlife and gastronomy capital in Western Visayas with the opening of the Street of Festive Walk later this year. This 1.1-kilometer full-on and vibrant pleasure avenue filled with classy bistros, coffee shops, bars and retail shops will soon become the center of leisure in the city of love.

Streets Festive Walk Construction (part of the facade facing East)

Streets Festive Walk Construction (part of the facade facing West)



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