Longest urban park in Metro Manila

Imagine waking up to a beautiful sunny day, perfect for a run. You take a quick shower, put on your running clothes, tie your shoelaces, and head out. You make your way to the BGC Greenway Park.  

It’s still early, it’s peaceful. Great, no distractions. 

You breathe in the fresh air and feast your eyes on the lush greenery lining the length of the park with the beautiful BGC cityscape as a backdrop. You look over to the other side and see a group huddled in laughter at the Manila Golf Club. 

Ahh, this is the life.

So you begin stretching, and slowly work up your pace. One step, then another, until you lose yourself in the moment. Then you slow down, take a deep breath, and stop. That was a good run. You haven’t had anything like it in a while.

That is the BGC Greenway experience.

QUIET RESPITE. BGC Greenway Park provides BGCitizens a place to peacefully enjoy a midday stroll or a spot to engage in hearty conversations with family and friends 

Metro Manila has become an urban jungle. The once green and healthy city is now too crowded and chaotic as open spaces have taken a backseat to make room for skyscrapers and condominiums.

Urbanites are finding it difficult to pursue a sound and healthy lifestyle when the air they breathe in is a mixture of hazardous, exhaust gas from various modes of transport; plus there’s always the danger of encountering accidents on the road due to oncoming vehicles.

This is one of the scenarios that Bonifacio Global City wants to address. Being a safe and walkable city, BGC’s master planner and developer, Fort Bonifacio Development Corporation (FBDC), collaborated with its very own community to bring us BGC Greenway Park, a 1.6-kilometer stretch of landscaped expanse that is poised to be the longest urban park in the Metro—its length close to New York City’s The High Line.

BGC Greenway Park lies at the western part of the city. From one end, it connects McKinley Parkway to different offices and residential buildings such as the Bellagio, Bonifacio Ridge, and all the way to the Net Plaza.

Stroll, lounge, and workout

BGC Greenway Park provides BGCitizens a quiet respite from the hustle and bustle of daily living. Here, one can peacefully enjoy a midday stroll just to drown out the noise—either at home or at work.

At the same time, the patches of green spaces dotted along the urban park serve as perfect lounging areas for families and friends to spend time with one another—for hearty conversations on laidback days or a place to go for a picnic.

Officials of the Fort Bonifacio Development Corporation present a certificate of turnover to the Bonifacio Estate Services Corporation for the maintenance of BGC Greenway Park. From left:  FBDC chief finance officer Lourdes Reyes, Ayala Land Inc. Strategic Landbank Management group head Meann Dy, FBDC Commercial Operations head Manny Blas, Taguig City Councilor Hon. Edwin Eron, Bonifacio Global City Estate Association general manager Rodney Medrano, BGCitizens Karla Kangleon and Jan Llamado, and National Bicycle Organization director and founder Benedict Camara 

BGCitizens living an active lifestyle will find BGC Greenway Park as a safe place to run/jog, bike, or walk the dog.

It’s also a place to hold outdoor events such as Sunday markets, film screenings, and other social functions.

FBDC is set to transfer the management and maintenance duties of the park to the Bonifacio Global City Estate Association, as part of the latter’s mandate to keep the BGC community a safe and suitable place for residents, workers and visitors alike.

Knowing the plight of urban city dwellers, FBDC hopes that the BGC Greenway Park can serve as a haven for BGCitizens where they can stop and relax from the worries of living in the city.

BGC Greenway Park is open to the public daily from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. For more information, contact Bonifacio Global City’s Community Manager, Armie Candado through 0917 5591749 or email [email protected]

Topics: BGC Greenway Park , Urban park , Metro Manila
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