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Shang Properties

Behind the iconic Shangri-La Hotels and resorts in the country is Shang Properties, Inc. Being the Property Development arm of the Kuok Group in the Philippines , Shang Properties, Inc. has spelled success in the field of luxury living and world-class commercial development.Aside from the Shangri-La group of hotels in the Philippines: Shangri-La’s Boracay Resort and Spa , Makati Shangri-La, Shangri-La’s Mactan Resort and Spa, Cebu and Edsa Shangri-La, the group’s Kuok Philippine Properties has acquired 1.5 hectares of prime property in the ever booming Bonifacio Global City. This now being the home of Shangri-La The Fort and a string of luxury residences.

One notable partnership is with Edsa Property in 2007. And in 2008, Kuok Group became a majority owner of The Enterprise Center, a landmark in the commercial hub of Ayala Avenue providing state of the art office spaces and commercial units. It stands in the heart of the Makati Central Business District, making it an icon of progress and grandeur

A future success is inevitable with the impeccable dedication of Kuok Group in bringing together
a community bound by sustainability, luxury, and convenience. Future projects include bringing more developments to Shangri-La Place in Ortigas Center and other developments in strategic locations in Tagaytay, Cavite, Batangas, and Cebu.

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Imus City

Imus is the de jure capital city of the province of Cavite in the Philippines. Located 20 kilometres (12 mi) south of Metro Manila, Imus is an attractive location for both real estate property seekers and investors looking for a home or to do business near Metro Manila.

Imus serves as a favorable site for industrial establishments such as the 200-hectare (490-acre) Imus Informal Industrial Estate and Anabu Hills Industrial Estate. The Imus Commercial/Business District along Nueño Avenue (also called Imus Boulevard) is the center of commerce in the city. The Imus Public Market (Pamilihang Bayan ng Imus) is the hub of trade in the district.  Commercial, industrial and manufacturing industries owned by Taiwanese, Japanese and Filipino investors can also be found in the 805-stall market. 

Imus (along its parent province) had continuously grown its major shopping malls and shopping centres.

Several subdivisions and mass housing projects and the establishment of factories and small-scale industries in many of its barangays have resulted in a movement of population into the city. 

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