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Industrial and Integrated Developments Division

The Industrial and Integrated Developments Division was established to explore new avenues of growth and serve as a catalyst for diversifying earnings. This new division focuses on strategic landbank acquisition and estate developments, participating in real estate related projects of the government through Public-Private Partnerships, and the development of logistics facilities. Contact us directly at (632) 8397-1888 local 32188.


RLC Executive Vice President Faraday D. Go, Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte, DPWH Secretary Mark Villar, JG Summit President and CEO Lance Y. Gokongwei, JG Summit Chairman James L. Go, Robinsons Land Corp. President and CEO Frederick D. Go, MMDA Chairman Danny Lim, Pasig City Mayor Vico Sotto and RLC SVP and Business Unit General Manager, Industrial and Integrated Developments, Mybelle V. Aragon-Gobio. 

Bridgetowne, Robinsons Land Corporation’s first township, is straddling the best that both Quezon City and Pasig City have to offer, quite literally. 


Next to the bridge, a 60-meter (20-story high) statue made of marine-grade perforated steel called “The Victor,” by Filipino-American artist Jefre Manuel-Figueras, will be installed. According to Figueras, “The Victor” will vie to become
the “tallest lighting projection” art installation in the world.

The 30.6-hectare township features a 200-meter bridge that connects the two cities, with four lanes for vehicles, a 1-meter-wide lane for bikes, and a 1.5-meter-wide lane for pedestrians.

“More than linking the two cities on which the estate will rise, the bridge will allow people to conveniently enjoy the best that Quezon City and Pasig can offer,” said Robinsons Land President and CEO Frederick Go as the bridge was formally unveiled to the public on September 5, 2019.

“This bridge will help alleviate traffic, especially for those coming from the east. I’m sure it will be a very welcome infrastructure for everyone,” he added.

The landmark bridge, according to Go, is envisioned as the highlight of the sprawling real estate development and a symbol of connection to the Bridgetowne community that will be enjoyed by residents and employees of companies operating within the township.

Given the premium that Filipinos place on work-life balance, Bridgetowne will not only have office buildings but also residential condominiums, shopping centers, a 5-star hotel, a one-hectare park, a school, a hospital and a transport terminal. The township will truly be a place where everything is within reach. 

“Bridgetowne is a self-contained community,” said Go.

Bridgetowne’s residential condominiums will also cater to a wide range of property owners who will get to enjoy the estate’s live-work-play-dream lifestyle.

Bridgetowne Aerial View

Ceremonial opening of Road 1 Sierra Valley last February 5, 2020
led by Mayor Kit Nieto of Cainta, Rizal and other Robinsons Land Executives.

Sierra Valley is an 18-hectare integrated project in the municipality of Taytay and Cainta. The ground-breaking of the anchor store and site works was held last 2018 to launch the development of Sierra Valley. This solidifies the commitment of RLC to make Sierra Valley as the new eastern gateway to Metro Manila.

With the growing logistics industry in the country, RLX Logistics & Facilities was launched to capitalize on the increasing needs for industrial estates. It opened its first RLX Warehouse in Sucat, Muntinlupa City last 2018 with 33,000 sq.m. of leasable space while the second RLX Warehouse started their operation in 2019  with a leasable space of 35,000 in Calamba City.   RLX plans to build industrial and logistic centers all over the country where there is demand.

RLX Calamba 1
RLX Sucat 1