The Fort BGC in the News
COVID-19 cases in the Fort
In late March 2021, the number of new cases in Fort Bonifacio was reported to be the highest amongst all barangays in Metro Manila. But the city officials checked the numbers and came to a different conclusion.
Celebrity party led to resto closure
A local movie star threw a birthday party in La Picara Spanish restaurant at One Bonifacio High Street mall last week, which apparently ran afoul of the COVID-19 restrictions.
Outdoor play incident
A mother brought her toddler to play in Burgos Circle on June 6, and was confronted by some law enforcers who did not seem to be familiar with the new guidelines issued by Taguig City.
Taguig police party drew outrage
Photos on Facebook of a party held on May 8 at the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO) headquarters at Camp Bagong Diwa in Taguig drew criticism.
Taguig City Hall offers COVID testing
Residents of Taguig may get tested for COVID-19. They can either get tested through a drive-in test center, or be transported to the test center, but they have to register and qualify for the test.
Drive throught COVID tests
There are now two drive-through COVID-19 test centers in Taguig City, one is presumably at St. Luke's Medical Center here in BGC.
No more Titan Love Court BGC
The basketball court near 32nd Street has closed. The plot of land has been taken back by the developer.
Japanese department store to open in BGC
Japan's Mitsukoshi department store is scheduled to open at the Seasons Residences in north BGC in 2021.
Buildings to have new earthquake protection tech
A high end residential building in BGC will have a viscoelastic coupler damping (VCD) system installed to stablize it during earthquake.
Net Park building ok after quake
Water was seen pouring out from the roof of the Net Park building on April 22 after the earthquake that occurred at 5:11pm.