By: Theresa S. Samaniego - @inquirerdotnet Philippine Daily Inquirer
A discriminating taste, a discerning eye. Just how do you please the Filipino homebuyer, who wants nothing but the best space for his hard-earned keep?
One upscale property developer certainly has the answers: give the buyers the best amenities, a prime city location, and all other comforts of a sophisticated and elegant lifestyle due to them—or what Shang Properties would otherwise say are key ingredients that make a perfect urban residence.
True to its commitment of delivering quality projects, DMCI Homes is set to turnover 11 residential condominium buildings in 2018—two of which will be ready for occupancy (RFO) a year earlier than scheduled.
The turnover of the 11 buildings will mark the completion of three ongoing residential condominium projects namely Brio Tower, Asteria Residences, and Mirea Residences.
Construction work has been progressing well on DMCI Homes’ Fairway Terraces residential condominium development in Villamor Air Base in Pasay City and continues to stay on track for turnover in February 2019.
The 19-storey single tower development already topped off in the last quarter of 2017 and is shaping up as an iconic architectural work along the South Luzon Expressway.
BY THE ARTON
Actor Nathan Phillips once said, “If you are in a beautiful place where you can enjoy sunrise and sunset, then you are living like a lord.”
Indeed, to have a place where you can marvel at each sunrise and sunset seems like a rarity to many, most especially if you’re living in the heart of a city teeming with high-rise developments and commercial centers, and where open spaces have become increasingly scarce.
BY THE ARTON
These cities offer the most value for your investment.
Metro Manila is teeming with people from all walks of life. As millions of Filipinos compete for real estate on a mere 619 square kilometers of land, the city-dweller can’t help but be thankful for pockets of tranquility and short travel times, which the best cities have. Here are four of them:
By: Amy R. Remo - Reporter / @amyremoINQ Philippine Daily Inquirer
“The location of The Arton was perfect since we have always been Loyola Heights people since the ’80s. We’ve moved houses several times, but we always chose to be near Katipunan where our children study. We are comfortable living in this area,” Mitch said.
“With Rockwell, we also felt that it would definitely appreciate to an impressive value over the years, having heard this from friends and relatives who have chosen to invest or live here,” she added.
Epi Fabonan III (The Philippine Star)
MANILA, Philippines — Towering skyscrapers gleaming in the midday sun and rising above lush greenery. Residents walking their dogs or jogging in spacious sidewalks. Shoppers enjoying an afternoon hopping from one store to another in search of the best bargains. Friends and family having a sumptuous dinner inside an elegant and upcoming restaurant with a full view of the Metro Manila skyline.
It is not without basis that the Philippine real estate industry is cautiously optimistic of its prospects for 2018.
Although headwinds are expected, the fundamentals that will likely support and sustain the industry’s stellar performance in recent years are seen to remain strong, according to some of the country’s leading commercial real estate services firms.
What’s new in Katipunan?
MANILA, Philippines – When it comes to family-friendly communities in Quezon City, Katipunan is a favorite area among those who are looking for a neighborhood that’s safe, secure and has all of your daily needs conveniently covered.
Lined with several notable academic institutions, it’s also home to many interesting shops, cafes and restaurants that are unique to the area, with multiple offices also nearby.