Fort Bonifacio

Casa Marcos

If you're looking for something different and with a history, then Spanish restaurant Casa Marcos, located at the high-end retail strip called Forbes Town Center in Fort Bonifacio, is the place for you.

Saturday, 13 August, 2011, 12:00am

Shangri-La adds 40pc holding in new hotel to Philippine portfolio

Luxury hotelier Shangri-La Asia will expand its portfolio in the Philippines by taking a 40 per cent stake in a US$250 million hotel and commercial development project.

The group said yesterday that a 500-room Shangri-La hotel would be opened in 2012 at Fort Bonifacio, a former military base and now a new business district in Metro Manila.

4 Jul 2008 - 12:00am

In Brief

Project sale puts Metro Pacific in the black

13 Aug 2003 - 12:00am

Rethink for Metro Pacific

Metro Pacific, First Pacific's flagship in the Philippines, has returned a 64-hectare plot within the 214-hectare Fort Bonifacio project in Manila to the country's government.

The move freed Metro Pacific - via Bonifacio Land Corp - from paying 8.8 billion pesos (about HK$1.69 billion) it owed the government.

16 Oct 1999 - 12:00am

Exchange joins Fort Bonifacio

The Philippine Stock Exchange has officially signed an agreement to relocate its two existing trading floors to a unified bourse in the First Pacific-led Fort Bonifacio redevelopment in Metro Manila by 2004. Based on the arrangement's terms, the new stock exchange will be occupying 2.5 hectares of space within Capital Place, the flagship commercial development in Fort Bonifacio.

23 Feb 1999 - 12:00am

Philippine market picks home

First Pacific's central Manila redevelopment project, Fort Bonifacio, has been ratified as the new home of the Philippine Stock Exchange. The move will re-unite the Philippine stock exchange's two trading floors into a single facility once it is completed in 2004.

12 Dec 1998 - 12:00am

Philippine exchange accepts gift of land

The Philippine Stock Exchange has agreed to accept a donation of property from Fort Bonifacio Development to house its headquarters and two trading floors.

13 Oct 1998 - 12:00am

Keppel may buy into Manila site

The Keppel Group is negotiating to buy into the First Pacific consortium developing Manila's new city centre at Fort Bonifacio and inject it with fresh capital.

Keppel, Singapore's largest investor in the Philippines, yesterday confirmed exploratory talks with First Pacific's Philippines flagship Metro Pacific and its partners were under way.

23 Apr 1998 - 12:00am

Forex hits Berli Jucker income

First Pacific's Thailand flagship, Berli Jucker, yesterday said its net income for the first half fell 17.4 per cent to 235.3 million baht (about HK$57.41 million), hurt by foreign exchange fluctuations. Company president Adul Amatavivadhana said earnings momentum had slowed amid the deterioration of the Thai economy.

16 Aug 1997 - 12:00am

Fort Bonifacio development

FIRST Pacific Co's Philippine flagship Metro Pacific has reserved a site on the Fort Bonifacio former military base in Manila on which to build itself a headquarters.

It plans to build an office tower with a gross floor area of 936,460 square feet within the first tract of land at Fort Bonifacio to be developed.

3 Mar 1996 - 12:00am

Site chief offers to quit after land delays

VICTOR Lim, the head of the Philippine government agency overseeing the development of Fort Bonifacio, has submitted a letter of resignation to President Fidel Ramos.

Mr Lim, chairman of Bases Conversion Development Authority (BCDA), said his possible departure was part of a cabinet revamp.

3 Mar 1996 - 12:00am

Makati group formed

A 19-MEMBER consortium, led by First Pacific Group company subsidiary Metro Pacific, has finalised the structure of the firm that will co-redevelop the 214-hectare former Fort Bonifacio military site on the edge of Manila's Makati financial district.

4 Feb 1995 - 12:00am

Metro bids high, eyes big returns

DISBELIEF was the first reaction of commentators to the exceptionally high price paid by the Metro Pacific co-led consortium for rights to develop the sprawling Fort Bonifacio site in Manila last week.

Shocked gasps echoed around the auction room as the 20-strong consortium tendered 39.17 billion pesos (about HK$12.34 billion) for the 214-hectare former military base.

10 Jan 1995 - 12:00am