Providing sustainable green offices in ARCA South | Arthaland

Providing sustainable green offices in ARCA South

August 16, 2022

Major green developer Arthaland is offering businesses the Savya Financial Center, its next generation premium sustainable office building.  In partnership with Japan’s Mitsubishi Estate Company Ltd.,  Arthaland’s Commercial Project Channel Director Ana Marco said in a recent press briefing that Savya Financial Center is now welcoming locators to the  first premium green office development in highly connected ARCA South in Taguig City. Right now, Marco said 60 percent of the units in Savya are sold out.

Located at the corner of Pulse Street, Anchor Street and Tandem Road, the building is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and sustainable solutions that help create safe and more productive working  environments thereby improving the profitability of companies.


In his presentation Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL)  Philippines  senior director, office leasing advisory Antonio Sabarre said moving to Savya Financial Center will bring a lot of benefits to locators such as low operating cost  as it is 40 percent more energy and water efficient than conventional buildings. “It will also be powered by renewable energy to decarbonize the building’s operational energy,” Sabarre said.

Meanwhile, the building’s sustainable features such as double-glazed low-e glass, energy efficient lighting, low-flow plumbing fixtures and rainwater harvesting and recycling system are proofs of Arthaland’s commitment to sustainability.

Sabarre said employee wellness has also been given a premium in Savya Financial Center. It will have a potage garden on the rooftop where organic plants and vegetables can be grown.  It will have bicycle lanes and parking for people who want to use a sustainable form of transportation going to and from their place to work. It has shower facilities and bicycle racks for bikers. There is also a bridgeway garden on the fifth floor where a tenant can take a leisurely walk among all the greenery.

He  said  it would also be a touchless journey for the future tenants as the faucets and doors will use sensors when they are opened by the users.

Apart from wellness and productivity benefits, research has shown that well-designed green buildings appreciate more in value and command higher rental rates.

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