By Fudge Tajar [Hoppler]
A number of homebuyers are skeptical at first when deciding whether it would be beneficial to purchase a condominium unit over a house and lot. Condominium spaces are relatively cheaper and more attainable to own compare to dwellings which are built on land. Much of the concern is hinged on the idea that condominium buildings are only good for fifty years which will eventually be demolished. Another question is how the law on ownership works in a condominium set up between homeowners. Thus, many potential purchasers would be doubtful whether or not buying a condo unit would actually be a wise investment.
By: Amy R. Remo - Reporter / @amyremoINQ Philippine Daily Inquirer
The well curated offerings, facilities and world-class amenities by The Rise perfectly cater to what its target market seeks for.
It is well poised to breathe new life into this thriving art, design and culinary borough just north of Ayala Avenue.
By: Din M. Villafuerte - @inquirerdotnet Philippine Daily Inquirer
The Arton North will be fronting the expansive main pool deck, fully-equipped fitness gym, large function room, FIBA-sized multipurpose court and conducive co-working spaces
Where living in the bustling metropolis has made life convenient yet at the same time complex, people are constantly seeking ways on how to balance their hectic life and their preferred lifestyle.
Keeping floods at bay
By: Vanessa B. Hidalgo - @inquirerdotnet Philippine Daily Inquirer
There are few do-it-yourself tips that can help protect your homes from the destructive effects of floodwaters.
The Philippines is located along the Pacific region near the equator which makes it prone to tropical cyclones and storms.
DMCI Homes' Fairlane Residences: A treat of exquisite living spaces and modern conveniences in Kapitolyo, Pasig City
Fairlane Residences, DMCI Homes’ newest residential condominium development in Pasig City (Artist’s illustration of the building façade)
In recent years, Kapitolyo in Pasig City has become known as a feel-good leisure zone in the metro.
BY THE ARTON
Why choose between peace and productivity? In a well-balanced home, enjoying both can be a breeze with these 10 tips.
Nowadays, homes are not just sanctuaries where one can rest and relax. As more professionals choose to telecommute or work full-time from home, these are now spaces that should also be conducive to getting things done.
BY THE ARTON
Genellane Go, a marketing director and mom to a four-month-old, shares how she’s found the sweet spot between parenting and work.
Perhaps one of the most challenging things a new mom has to deal with is going back to work after giving birth. Not only is it physically demanding, it’s also emotionally difficult.
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?