ARTHALAND, the country’s foremost developer of sustainable and green properties, reaches another milestone as it celebrates the structural topping off of Cebu Exchange, the largest multi-certified green office tower in the country.
With approximately 11 hectares of gross floor area, Cebu Exchange is set to be a benchmark development with state-of-the-art sustainable building features, green amenities and a diverse retail component—a well-balanced business ecosystem. It is located in Cebu IT Park, a prime and strategic address known as a global IT and BPO hotspot.
Even before its completion, Cebu Exchange is on track to be a multi-certified development, both here in the Philippines and abroad—with several awards to boot, notably, Best Commercial Landscape Architectural Design at the 2019 PropertyGuru Philippines Property Awards.
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