Oakridge Realty Development Corporation (ORDC) launches its third I.T. Center building to its ever-growing commercial property inventory. The Cebu-based property developer that owns and manages Oakridge Business Park unveils the Oakridge IT Center 3 on July 12, 2019.
As Cebu’s newest Grade A building, Oakridge IT Center 3 adds another 14,000 square meters of leasable space to Oakridge Business Park. With its modern design that mixes functionality with sophistication, the Oakridge IT Center 3 allows a progressive-minded business to thrive in an environment that values a dynamic balance between work and family.
Oakridge IT Center 3 features 12 floors with high ceiling and wide-open spaces and is fully equipped with top-of-the-line fixtures, amenities, and technological systems, as well as a three-level podium parking. It is poised to be a PEZA accredited building that will cater to both foreign and local business establishments.
Oakridge Business Park is a distinct address that seamlessly merges business and lifestyle, located along A.S. Fortuna Street, Mandaue City. Its proximity to both Mandaue and Cebu cities makes it accessible to main business districts, airport, seaport, residential areas, and nearby hospitals.
The masterfully planned business park caters to the discerning clientele with food and retail establishments and a number of office and commercial spaces. It also features two large-scale event venues: the Oakridge Pavilion and the Oakridge Horizons.
It is home to the Oakridge Executive Club, Cebu’s first prestige business club that provides a venue for executives to conduct their meetings in “comfort, convenience, and class” without having to leave the business park.
Oakridge Business Park is a sanctuary within the city that offers diverse dining, retail and lifestyle choices as well as personalized business opportunities and event celebrations, all set in its refreshing green and open spaces that’s distinctly Oakridge.
In 2018, Oakridge earned the distinction of being the 2018 Destination of the Year title during the Gawad Linaw Awards of the Mandaue Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI).
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