February 13, 2021

Building resilience in communities

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FEDERAL Land’s in­house property management team are trained to respond to and resolve residents’ issues that range from maintenance and upkeep to emergency response.
At the height of the community quarantine, mixed-¬used developments grant residents easy access to essential goods and services like groceries and supermarkets, banks, and pharmacies. And as consumer preferences shift, integrated communities offer diverse features and opportunities to support and cultivate different lifestyles.
With the ongoing pandemic, real estate developer Federal Land continues to see increased demand for its township developments such as Metro Park in Pasay City and Grand Central Park in Bonifacio Global City (BGC).
Bonifacio Global City (BGC). “After a year of extraordinary circumstances, Filipinos are now looking for more than just a good place to sleep in when it comes to finding their home,” Federal Land Inc. executive vice president Catherine Ko says. “The comfort they feel inside their homes needs to extend to the areas outside their doors, into what we now call the ‘outside world’ for Filipinos to feel safe and secure in their environment. This is how communities offer value for our residents — living in our communities has allowed our residents to continue with their lives with minimal disruption, in a mixed-¬use community where almost everything that they need is within reach.”
Resilience built into developments.
Federal Land designs and builds communities that provide residents a pleasant living experience through retail podiums, indoor and outdoor malls, and open spaces surrounding its residential properties. The integration of key establishments in Federal Land’s communities offers residents immediate access to essential goods and services. With its continuous drive to improve, the developer goes the extra mile to future¬-proof its properties by updating features based on learnings from the previous projects.