GT Tower International, Grand Hyatt Manila and Residences, and the soon to rise, The Seasons Residences, are only a few of the most iconic towers in the Philippines that elicit the sophisticated and luxurious lifestyle that only the privileged few can enjoy. With its crown of 10-story vertical fin, the GT Tower International is one of the most iconic office towers in the Makati skyline. Currently the tallest skyscraper in the country, the Grand Hyatt Manila is a five-star luxury hotel preferred by VIPs all over the world. Considered as the first Japanese-inspired integrated community in the country – soon to rise, The Seasons Residences, presents a slice of the Japanese way of life that people emulate for their simplicity, practicality and efficiency.
These three iconic projects couldn’t have been more different, but there is one thing they have in common – they are all developed by one of the pioneers in the Philippine real estate scene – Federal Land, Incorporated.
Anchored on the values of trust, dependability, and integrity, Federal Land, now on its 47th year, is dedicated to developing properties that are faithful to the needs and aspirations of its residents, and even beyond expectations. Each project is considered a masterpiece, hence in every project, Federal Land brings in the most ingenious architects, most innovative engineers, and most reliable materials to build a safe and ideal home that is unique to the priorities of each person and designed around their life plans.
As one of the country’s prime movers in the real estate industry and builder of Filipino homes, Federal Land introduces projects that were never before seen and reinvents the standards of project planning, and harnessing its expertise in the development of global partnerships with international brands, that produced the luxurious Grand Hyatt Manila Residences; and the Japanese-inspired, The Seasons Residences.
Launched as a closing highlight to 2018, Grand Hyatt Manila Residences – South Tower in Grand Central Park, North Bonifacio Global City, is a joint venture with Orix Corporation of Japan and the Chicago-based Hyatt brand. The partnership brings to the country not only luxurious residential suites but also the legendary Grand Hyatt hospitality and service.
Grand Hyatt Manila Residences also notably won “Best Luxe Condo of the Year for Customer Service” of The Outlook 2018 by Lamudi: Philippines Buyers’ Choice Property Awards.
Federal Land also launched a $400-million development project in partnership with leading Japanese firms, Nomura Real Estate Development, and Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings, Inc. The project envisions to create an integrated mixed use development incorporating Japanese spirit, experience, and technology. The development will have four premier residential towers, The Seasons Residences, and the country’s first Mitsukoshi Mall.
Federal Land’s commitment to develop and deliver world-class homes is not exclusive to its luxury and premier residences. Unique and with its own character, every Federal Land project has distinctive features certain to help its residents flourish and reach their full potential.
In Manila, Four Seasons Riviera in Binondo is a riverfront home with feng shui sensibilities to usher good luck into its residences. In Paco, Peninsula Garden Midtown Homes, a kid-friendly garden enclave ideal for starting families, has a heated pool for families to enjoy in the weekends. Strategically within the Manila’s university belt and near Makati CBD, Quantum Residences has a basketball court, karaoke room, business center, and other amenities to help Filipino millennial citizens achieve a healthy work-life balance.
In the Bay Area of Pasay, Federal Land proudly reclaims its status as the real estate pioneer in the Macapagal area with its sprawling Metro Park integrated community and the launch of Palm Beach West Residences. Residents of Metro Park enjoy the convenience of having an open park, a couple of malls, several office towers, and a college within its own township.
In Quezon City, Federal Land designed The Capital Towers for people in need of a home office in a highly strategic location of the central business district.
In Marikina, Federal Land’s Marquinton Residences, Tropical Garden City, and Siena Towers are built with the strongest materials and innovative engineering so these condominium towers can withstand earthquakes.
In Cebu, Federal Land developed the first branded residence, Marco Polo Residences, where residents enjoy hotel-living with the hotel a la carte services and beyond the usual amenities from the five-star Marco Polo Plaza.
The Legacy Continues
This year, Federal Land is set to rise with more landmark projects that will add prestige to the evolving skyline of the country. In the emerging Bay Area business district of Pasay, Federal Land will introduce Mi Casa, a vibrant vertical neighbourhood reminiscent of Hawaii’s reinvigorating aesthetic of open sea and air. Its first tower, Hawaii, brings in Hawaii’s modern tropical paradise streamlined for Filipino contemporary living.
In the Makati Central Business District, Federal Land partners with SM Prime Holdings to bring in the world-renowned architectural firm Foster + Partners to develop an ultra-luxury condominium project. The project, called The Estate Makati, is set to be to be the crowning jewel of the Makati skyline and is expected to put the Philippines on the map of modern architectural marvels.
These are clear testaments that we remain true to the promise of Federal Land to the Filipino people.
As what our former Group Chairman, Dr. George S.K. Ty, would say, “Federal Land started with a simple dream. The dream to build a great home for each and every person.”
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About Federal Land, Inc.
A prime real estate developer, Federal Land, Inc. is a member and one of GT Capital Holdings’ property arms. With 47 years of experience in reshaping the skyline and with its commitment to invest in the country, Federal Land, Inc. creates properties built on trust, reliability, and integrity through its masterbrands, Federal Land and Horizon Land. To learn more about Federal Land, please visit: www.federalland.ph.