City Development

Commercial and Industrial Development

Barangay Baclaran remains the principal central business district while the corridors of Ninoy Aquino Avenue and Dr. A. Santos (formerly Sucat Rd.) are the sites of the fast growing business and commercial activities like motor shops and fine dining restaurants. There is also an emergence of banking and financial rows along Barangay BF, Don Bosco, San Isidro, San Antonio and Moonwalk. Light industries are concentrated along the South Superhighway beginning Barangays Sun Valley, Merville and San Martin de Porres. Bay City Development Project Part of the Public Estate’s Authority (PEA) integrated framework plan in the development of the 1,500 hectares reclamation area known as Bay City Development Project. The project stretches from Roxas Boulevard in Manila from the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) all the way to the Coastal Road, Las Piñas section covering four cities and municipality. These are the cities of Manila, Pasay, Parañaque, Las Piñas and Municipality of Bacoor. The project aims to create a new skyline for the Metropolis and develop the Manila Bay waterfront to international standards. There are seven (7) components of the program using the “development by island” approach. The components are Mixed Use Development, Green Zone and Sea Front Promenade, Integrated Movement Networks, adequate Waterways and efficient drainage system, Phase Development District Urban Design and efficient Environmental Management. The Asia World City Barangay Don Galo and Tambo are hosts to the 200 hectares Asia World City. This is considered to be the largest Island Development Project in the country. Its sixteen multistory structured (30-storey high) forms the centerpiece of the urban center development.