About Makati Properties
Premier real estate developer Federal Land, Inc. has several ready for occupancy condominiums for sale in Makati CBD. A home within the Makati CBD puts you in the center of the country’s premier financial hub, cutting off significant commute time.
Living in condos like The Grand Midori Makati, The Oriental Place, Oriental Garden Makati, and Paseo de Roces in Makati can make you feel as if you’re in a relaxing getaway within the city. Aside the central location, Federal Land properties offer well-built living spaces, and lifestyle amenities for entertainment and relaxation.
Makati is located right at the center of Metro Manila, bounded on the north by the Pasig River, on the north by Manila and Pasig, on the south by Taguig and Pasay.
Makati Centra Business District has the highest number of PEZA-accredited IT Parks and towers. It is the home of the country’s biggest corporations such as Federal Land, Inc., Toyota Motors Philippines, GT Capital Holdings and more.
Makati is also known for its many upscale lifestyle hubs such as Glorietta and Greenbelt malls. Makati is also known as a center of culture and entertainment with its numerous theaters, art galleries, and museums.
As the country’s finance and commerce capital, Makati is host to multinational and local organizations, IT-BPM companies, major banks, upscale shopping, foreign embassies, and exclusive residential enclaves.
Most of the tallest skyscrapers in the country are located in Makati CBD such as the PBCom Tower, GT International Tower, and Gramercy Residences. In between the towering skyscrapers, Makati also has city parks that provide a breathing lung to the city.
Makati also boasts large shopping hubs in the metro. Various shopping centers, offering high-end brands, retail shops, dining outlets and entertainment facilities can be found around the city.
Major roads in Metro Manila that surround Makati are EDSA, the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX), and Skyway Stage 3. Government infrastructure developments are also underway in Makati such as the MRT Line 3 and the 35-kilometer Metro Manila subway system.