There’s a new place in Bonifacio Global City where you will likely find what you’re looking for to complement your lifestyle – it’s One Bonifacio High Street. It’s a five-level mall and is apparently the last piece of he puzzle of BGC’s one-kilometer retail expanse. Bringing aspired fashion, food, and fun to life, its completion further cements Bonifacio Global City as the uncontested live, work, and play capital in the metro.
I don’t frequent BGC because it’s far from my place, plus the traffic that I have to contend with is horrendous. But when I do get to visit, I really enjoy it. I love the usable outdoor space, the wide selection of retail and dining choices. I remember a foreign couple who made a visit sharing their observation on their vlog that Bonifacio High Street has that Beverly Hills feel to it. I can’t help but agree.
Recently, One Bonifacio High Street gave BGCitizens a chance to explore and discover their style through Stylist’s Closet. It’s an event in collaboration with Manila’s top influencers, Mari Jasmine, Pam Quinones, and Tim Yap. Also featured were various fashion retail brands located in the establishment. Through this, consumers were able to have the opportunity to pursue their fashion adventures, unleash their creativity and ignite their sense of purpose.
One Bonifacio High Street will house three major anchors — global fashion powerhouse Zara will open this September, which will serve as the brand’s first and only flagship store in BGC. Food District Signatures on 5th is a curated dining hall to satisfy delicious food cravings everywhere. It also debuted a fresh concept called The Trading Post, with a pop-up row that serves as an incubator for coveted retail startups, mixed with a one-stop errands hub for in-demand services.
One Bonifacio High Street is also a haven for fashion enthusiasts with much-loved brands like Paul Smith, Cole Haan, American Eagle Outfitters, and Harlan+ Holden, to name a few. There will also be a flexible social space for community gatherings and Sunday Mass. It is a place especially designed for BGCitizens and that makes envious.
So next time you’re in the area, explore One Bonifacio High Street and see for yourself what are the various offerings that will match your lifestyle. I definitely will on my next visit. For more details, you may check out Bonifacio High Street’s official Facebook page at www.facebook.com/BoniHighStreet.