It’s a welcome sign to know that there are establishments that are still concern with health and environment conservation and give the community a chance for better living in the urban and rural areas. In Pampanga, a 7-storey mixed-used building, a modern design building with basement, mezzanine, and multi-purpose roofdeck was built in the heart of Sto. Domingo, Sto. Rosario Street near corner Mc Arthur Hi-way, Angeles City.
The Global Eco-Link Development Corporation (GELDC) Building is the newest and most advanced addition to GELDC‘s line of commercial buildings, townhouses, resort/leisure parks, and other properties. It is strategically located between the main business districts of Angeles City and City of San Fernando, and a sight to wonder is it’s facing the famous and magnificent Mt. Arayat, and its sunrise.
Interested partners will benefit from its green architecture and technologies that will help boost their businesses with energy savings and decrease electric bills thus helping the environment. GELDC boasts of environment-friendly, cost-efficient measures and facility.
What GELDC Building provides
- Low emission glass windows and self-cleaning laminated front glass that allows natural sunlight pass through the building
- Sewerage treatment facility
- All LED lights and inverter Air Conditioning Units
GELDC boasts the state-of-the-art technological advancements, making it at par with modern commercial establishments both in the metro and abroad. The building has 6m x 4m high resolution LED Outdoor Signage, and the ready cable infrastructure for a high-speed dedicated Internet access that will give clients that International-technological feel.
GELDC building is a perfect fit for BPO and virtual office which will be maximized for various operations.
The Roofdeck offers light and for comfort with the introduction of Alta Pampanga Resto Bar and Cafe.
GELDC Main Office is located at 4F, The GELDC Building, 718 Sto. Rosario, Sto. Domingo, Angeles City 2009 with Tel. nos. (632) 369-0957 and (6345) 304-0426.
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