A luxurious residence will soon rise on a vast 15,860-square-meter parcel at the crossroads of Paseo de Roxas and Makati Avenue. This is Park Central Towers, the P20.5 billion ultra-luxury Makati project Ayala Land Premier (ALP) introduced on Wednesday to the media. Bruited about as ALP’s latest, most iconic property, it is expected to alter the Makati cityscape with its grand design, prime location and lavish living experience.
Park Central Towers will be adjacent to Roxas Triangle Towers, an equally opulent ALP project. These prestigious, ultra-luxury developments comprise the Roxas Triangle block, which is being transformed into one of the country’s most valuable residential real estate addresses.
A unique concept never before seen in a hotel are Savoy’s Squares — open, co-working spaces with lots of room, and electric sockets located every two floors of the 11-story, 684-room hotel.
Welcome to your space!” the front desk staff say in unison, their uniforms sharp and casual. The lobby is wide, long and bright. This isn’t unusual for destination hotels, but for one that’s among swanky casinos in the no-nonsense, utilitarian, almost gritty airport space, it’s a breath of fresh air. Savoy Hotel Manila, scheduled to soft-open on June 28, is the latest addition to the collection of hotels in Newport City in Pasay.
MANILA, Philippines — The great author Hans Christian Andersen once said, “Just living is not enough. One must have sunshine, freedom and a little flower.”
Where else could we attain these aspects of a happier life than in nature?
DMCI Homes, the country’s first Quadruple A developer, is set to launch this July its newest condominium development along Dr. A. Santos Ave. (formerly Sucat Road) Parañaque City amidst high take up of residential projects in the southern metro.
The Atherton is a three 15-residential level building development offering 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom units and more than one hectare of outdoor resort-inspired amenities designed to complement the laidback atmosphere in the south.
Lumiere Residences, DMCI Homes’ three-tower development in the corner of Pasig Boulevard and Shaw Boulevard in Pasig City, is set to turn over its second building this month (June 2018), a year earlier than scheduled.
The 37-residential level West Tower is the second building of Lumiere Residences to be turned over to unit owners after the first building, the East Tower, marked ready for occupancy (RFO) status in October last year.
Buying a unit in DMCI Homes’ Viera Residences development in Quezon Cityhas proven to be a wise decision for buyers after the single 28-level tower residential condominium project posted impressive increase in capital yield since it was turned over to homeowners in 2017.
The modern symmetry-themed development in Scout Tuason Avenue, Brgy. Obrero, Quezon City recorded a 28 percent jump in selling prices from January 2017 to February 2018, indicating its fast growing market value.
DMCI Homes, the country’s first Quadruple A developer, recently recognized projects and communities which helped sustain the culture of quality in the company in 2017.
Leading the awardees are The Birchwood, Fairway Terraces, and Flair Towers which dominated the Tumpak construction quality management and Angat property management competitions.
Property giant Megaworld is set to complete a record number of office and commercial projects this year, strengthening the company’s recurring income portfolio that is expected to further drive double digit growth in the next three to five years.
Five office towers with a combined inventory of around 207,000 square meters of fresh office spaces will be completed by the company this year, bringing Megaworld’s total leasable office inventory to 1.2 million square meters, still the highest among office developers in the country.
By: Amy R. Remo - Reporter | Philippine Daily Inquirer
Deluxe hotel operator Marriott International is bringing its unique brand of intuitive services and design to the thriving province of Iloilo.
This month, the 326-room Courtyard by Marriott Iloilo is set to open its doors to the public, offering business travelers and tourists a refreshing environment that helps them stay connected, productive and balanced.
DMCI Homes, the country’s first Quadruple A developer, has made a P7.5 million donation to the UP Engineering Research and Development Foundation, Inc. (UPERDFI) for the setting up of a structural design engineering laboratory in the Institute of Civil Engineering in the UP Diliman campus in Quezon City.
Held at the DMCI Homes Corporate Center, the donation agreement was recently signed and officiated by DMCI Holdings, Inc. Chairman Isidro Consunji. The donor signatories included DMCI Homes President Alfredo R. Austria, DACON President and Semirara President & COO Victor A. Consunji, and DMCI Homes Executive Treasurer Edwina Consunji-Laperal representing the Friends of Engr. David M. Consunji. Alfonso A. Aliga, Jr., Executive Director of UPERDFI signed as the donee.