Semi Fitted Office Rent In Mandaue City
Located in High Floor
Area: 1,259.10 Sqm
Rate: Php 800/Sqm
Cusa: Php 120
Parking Rate: 3K
- Air-conditioning system
- Finished Ceiling with:
Acoustic Boards, T-runners
Fire Sprinklers, Automatic Smoke/Fire Detectors
- Finished Walls with Fully Functional Electrical Sockets
- Tiled Flooring
- Open Lay-out / Primary Partitions
- Glass Door Provide by the LESSOR
- Fully Fitted Elevator Lobby
- Finished Toilets on all floors
- Electrical Rooms
- Telecom Rooms
- N+1 (200%) Back-up Generators
- Ample Parking Slots
Prices and details are subject to change without prior notice.
For more info, kindly email or call us, for the latest updates.
Subangdaku. The story of subangdaku has been handed down from one generation to the other. It tells of a young man who frolicked through the jungle one lovely morning in May and lost his way as he enjoyed the beauty of nature around him and the sweet fragrance from the wild blooms drenched in dew, as the gentle breeze from the river blew through the trees.
Mandaue natives were forced into a town as decreed by the Spanish authorities. In other words, this may have started off as a mission village (which included present day Consolacion, Liloan and Poro) serving as a bulwark for the church in the northern Cebu and was managed by the Jesuit in 1638 then a century later by the Recollects.
In addition, Mandaue was a semi-autonomous functioning town. Semi-autonomous as it was still under the jurisdiction of Cebu. Above all, it hasbeen developed and organized by the Spaniards through-out the ages and its population increasing as the years gone by, the Spaniards did not make an initiative to elevate the town into an independent municipality.