The Net Group, named in 2010 as the “Entrepreneurship Team of the Year” by the Asia CEO Awards, is setting new benchmarks with Net Park - but this furthering sustainability as a scorecard. Founded and led by the entrepreneurial partners Jacques Dupasquier (Chairman) and Carlos Rufino (President), the group pioneered the “boutique IT office building” concept in the country with their Net One Center, Net Square, Net Cube, Net Quad, Net Plaza, and Net Lima developments in Bonifacio Global City. Net Park is the seventh in this series of intelligent office buildings owned by the group, which remains the biggest office developer in Bonifacio Global City with 54.5% of the gross leasable office in the area. With its unique workplace lifestyle and aesthetic, The Net Group's buildings are currently occupied by Fortune 500 companies and prominent corporations like JP Morgan Chase, Deutsche Bank, GE, Intel, Oracle, Ericsson, and Quisumbing Torres (Baker and McKenzie).
Two/NEO is the very first high-rise office building in Bonifacio Global City, sparking the commercial office revolution in the former military base. I...View Project Info arrow_right
Three NEO (Formerly Net Cube) With a total area of 19,200 square meters, Three/Neo (previously Net Cube) is the third skyscraper in the Net Group Ser...View Project Info arrow_right
Six NEO (formerly Net Lima) In the heart of the Fort Bonifacio Central Business District, Six/Neo (previously Net Lima) is located. It's a 28-story s...View Project Info arrow_right
The latest office tower of the NEO portfolio completed in 2013, Seven/NEO represents the pinnacle of NEO’s skill and experience in real estate with...View Project Info arrow_right
NEO maintained its momentum in revolutionizing Bonifacio Global City’s office scene. One NEO (formerly Net One Center) is a 17 storey commercial s...View Project Info arrow_right
Four/Neo (formerly known as Net Quad) is a 21-storey building, developed by leading green office developer - NEO. The upstanding building offers ergon...View Project Info arrow_right