Taguig City is home to Fort Bonifacio, the former military reservation area which has been privatized during
the Ramos Presidency and is now a burgeoning central business district that rivals Ayala center of Makati
and Ortigas Center of Pasig and Mandaluyong. The city is also home to Food Terminal Complex with its many factories producing clothes, electronics
and processed foods.
Taguig has a total land area of 33.7 square kilometers. It is bounded on the north by Makati, Pateros,
and Pasig City, on the east by Cainta and Taytay
in the province of Rizal, on the south by Laguna de Bay and Muntinlupa City, and on the west by the
cities of Pasay and Paranaque.
Taguig City offers opportunities in real estate such as commercial complexes, mass housing, hotels and other
tourist facitlities. Investors can participate in the full development of Fort Bonifacio as a world-class center of finance
and commerce. The city also encourages investment in technology-related ventures such as call centers, graphic design, software
development, and animation studios.