…it’s bad enough that the faultline exists; but it’s worse when you’re clueless where.
i really appreciate your effort by informing the public/us about this. i myself have made investments in north bonifacio global city (veritown area by federal land) and ortigas greenfield (edsa central). the faultline issue never crossed my mind when i made my investments because i was not aware. i only came to realise the danger when i read an article about bgc gas pipeline (after serendra blast) sitting atop a faultline and my search has led me to your site.
anyway, as mentioned above, id like to know sana which between the 2 properties is safer. both are pre-sold naman so madali ko pa sya mabibitawan if ever. i am already planning to move back to manila in the near future. god forbid na mangyari nga ang kinakatakutan na earth quake sana naman hindi macompromise ang safety ng family ko if i could make informed decision right now while i still can. appreciate if you could advise.
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Is it safe to buy a mid-rise condo near Acacia Ave, Taguig City, Philippines. Location is good and we’re considering investing but its near the east valley faultline. What are the dangers of a magnitude-7 and up earthquake to the east valley side?
Also, why are they still building high-rise condos in Fort Bonifacio? Does this mean its safe if you are not on top of the actual faultline? I hope you can take time to reply, appreciate it. Thanks
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I would kindly ask for your help regarding earthquake fault lines. My question is: what areas in Fort Bonifacio and Mckinley Hill will be most affected when a big earthquake occurs? Aren’t these areas at bedrock? My daughter works in a building along Upper Mckinley Road. I hope you can enlighten me.
Thank you and God bless!
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Hello, we bought a condo unit at veritown fort bonifacio global city, is this area part of the fault line? If not, how far is it from the fault line?