Tagaytay is one of the most popular tourist hotspots in the Philippines, with its lush scenery and easy, laid-back way of life. Avida Land is giving people a chance to reside within this rich landscape with its newest offering and first vacation home development: Asilo Tagaytay.

Asilo Tagaytay by Avida LandNamed for the Tagalog term “silong” meaning to take shelter, Asilo is built to be a relaxing haven for urban dwellers who want to get away from it all and live amidst the cool Tagaytay climate. It is a mixed-use development that combines a comfortable residential area and a variety of shopping places and recreational spots.

According to Ayala Land Inc. Innovation and Design Group Vice President and Chief Architect Joel Luna, Avida envisions Asilo to be “a convergence point where residents, travelers, and vacationers can enjoy the best that Tagaytay has to offer.”

Asilo’s façade evokes the feeling of old Tagaytay: a rustic and homey environment with a modern touch. “We don’t want the property to look like something transplanted from the city. It’s really Tagaytay’s unique location that sets the overall context of the development,” Luna said.

Inside, residents get to enjoy units that are more spacious than those offered in typical urban condos. Floor areas start from 22 sqm up to 80 sqm, and more units are built with balconies to allow its residents to truly enjoy the view provided by the beautiful Taal Lake and Volcano.

Asilo is located near the Tagaytay National Highway and the Aguinaldo Highway. It is also in close proximity to the Rotonda, the Our Lady of Lourdes Parish Church, businesses, hospitals and several schools, ensuring that residents will have no problem getting to and from these establishments and more.

Avida ensures residents that Asilo possesses the “Five Condo Must-Haves,” namely a structure that allows natural ventilation and lighting; fewer units on every floor; sensible amenities; emergency power; and flexible payment terms. Just like all of Ayala’s developments, the Asilo will be maintained by the Ayala Property Management Corporation to ensure the property’s great condition.

Unit prices range from P2 million to P8 million. For inquiries about Asilo Tagaytay or any of Avida’s developments, visit www.avidaland.com,or call (+632) 848 5200 (within Metro Manila) and 1-800-10 848-5200 (outside Metro Manila).

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Responsibilities of condo unit owners

BY 13 February 2019 Uncategorized

Owning a condominium unit has a lot of advantages, the main ones being convenience in location, fewer maintenance duties, and heightened security. It’s important to know, however, that owning or living in a condo comes with responsibilities that should be taken seriously. If you have plans of buying a condo for personal use or as an investment, consider the following first:

Payment of association dues and property taxes
Association dues cover a lot of the maintenance and repair needs of the condo building, which is why it’s important that all condo unit owners pay on time. Delays in payments can impede the performance of maintenance tasks, which can lead to the deterioration of the condo. Some of the expenses paid using the amassed association dues are the salaries of the property management corporation’s employees, contractor’s fees, the monthly bills in common areas, and garbage collection.

Occasionally, association dues are also used to pay for jobs that are done sporadically, but are still required to keep the entire building up and running. These can range from insurance for the condo’s amenities to government permits and license fees. Also, as per BIR’s Revenue Memorandum Circular (RMC) No. 65-2012, association dues and other membership fees are now subject to VAT so don’t be surprised to find that these fees are higher nowadays.

Property tax is another important money matter in condo ownership. While the condo association is responsible for paying the property tax of the entire building, the Condominium Act of the Philippines stipulates that purchasing a condo unit makes you responsible for paying the property tax of your own unit.

Maintenance of own unit

Association dues pay for the maintenance of the common areas of the condominium building, but you ultimately have the responsibility of taking care of your own unit. This means you have to regularly clean your own unit and catch problems before they worsen so as not to affect the entire building. Cracks and leaks must be addressed immediately before they comprise the building’s structural integrity and infestations must be nipped in the bud or pests could easily spread throughout the entire complex.

Being considerate of your neighbors
 

Living in very close proximity to your neighbors, you’re bound to rattle some of them with habits that may appear harmless to you. Noise, for instance, is one of the biggest complaints of condo owners, and this can range from using your outdoor voice indoors to doing carpentry at night. Similarly, bad habits like leaving your garbage out in the open or cooking food with strong odors won’t sit well with others. If your condo allows pets, not knowing how to control your pet’s behavior can also be a cause for concern. Seemingly small issues can get out of hand if you don’t deal with them immediately, so learn to be civil and to mind your actions.

Compliance with the rules
As opposed to living in your own house where you have the rule of the roost, condominiums usually have house rules that need to be followed concerning guests, pets, smoking, use of amenities, bringing in or removal of furniture, changes to condo design, laundry on the balcony, and – sometimes – even what color curtains to hang! Avoid penalties, inconvenience, and embarrassment. Make sure that you familiarize yourself with the building administration’s rules and regulations so that you can adjust accordingly.

Parking
Condo units don’t automatically come with assigned parking slots. This means you can’t park your vehicle in a slot just because it’s empty. You need to pay for the right to have your own space. Parking slots are available for sale or for rent separately and they can be pretty expensive even if it’s just a small amount of space! Consider bringing in only few to no cars when you move to a condo to cut down on costs. Also, make sure that your condo is centrally located so that you can just walk to major establishments or public transit hubs.

You can only fully experience the benefits of living in a condo if you recognize your responsibilities and do them. Before you seriously consider buying a condo unit, make sure you’re ready for the duties that come with it.

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Make your home a dengue-free zone

BY 13 February 2019 Uncategorized

Make your home a dengue-free zone MyProperty Philippines mosquito prevention

The Department of Health has pronounced June as Dengue Awareness Month, and now more than ever, Filipinos are being more careful because of how widespread it is. In fact, according to the most recent report by the World Health Organization, 2015 was marked with large dengue outbreaks worldwide. In the Philippines alone, there were over 169,000 reported cases of dengue, a 59.5 percent increase from the previous year.

Dengue is a viral infection spread mainly by the Aedes aegypti mosquito mostly in tropical places like the Philippines. In Europe and North America, a secondary dengue vector has been identified as the Aedes albopictus, which is said to be highly adaptive and able to survive cooler regions. In either case, one bite can potentially lead to illness or even death.

In the late 2015 to early 2016, a dengue vaccine—Dengvaxia (CYT-TDV) by Sanofi Pasteur—was registered to be used in patients 9 to 45 years old living in endemic areas, and there are currently other vaccines under development. However, these are merely preventive measures as there is still no specific treatment for dengue.

While the government does promote anti-dengue programs like fumigations, community cleanup projects, and free immunizations in public schools, you can always go the extra mile by practicing a few more safety measures in your own house.

 

Water-related preventive measures
Mosquitos thrive in wet environments and are especially attracted to stagnant water. You can keep them from turning any exposed amount of water into their next breeding ground by:

1. Covering the containers you use for storing water, such as buckets or barrels
2. Emptying pails, flower pots, and other container-like objects outside the house, or turning them upside down so they won’t collect water when it rains
3. Applying insecticides to areas where water containers are usually kept
4. Cleaning out water receptacles in home appliances like water dispensers and refrigerators
5. Sweeping puddles on uneven pavement to get the area to dry faster
6. Clearing flower vases or pet’s dishes of water regularly
7. Regularly cleaning swimming pools and man-made habitats like fish ponds and aquariums
8. Removing freshly laundered clothes from the clothesline as soon as they’re dry so mosquitos won’t use them as hiding places

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An uncovered container is an easy breeding ground for mosquitoes. (Photo via Shutterstock)

 

Other tips
It’s hard to keep up with mosquitos when they’re buzzing around, but there are some things you can do to keep them at bay, such as:

1. Installing screen covers on your windows and front and back doors
2. Wearing protective clothing (pants, long-sleeved shirts, etc.) when you’re outside
3. Turning on the electric fan to prevent mosquitoes from settling in the same area
4. Applying anti-mosquito lotions or spritzes on any exposed part of your body
5. Spraying all parts of your home with mosquito repellent whenever your family’s not home, or lighting mosquito coils or katol in places mosquitos frequent
6. Investing in items such as bug zappers and sturdy mosquito netting or kulambo for additional protection
7. Properly discarding items such as water bottles, cans, and other solid wastes that collect water
8. Displaying insect-repelling plants such as citronella, eucalyptus, and lavender

Make your home a dengue-free zone MyProperty Philippines mosquito prevention
Sleeping under a mosquito net or "kulambo" will keep mosquitos at bay when you're at your most vulnerable. (Photo via Shutterstock) 

 

Prevention is your best defense against dengue, so you don’t have to live in fear of it. Just remember to follow these measures regularly to keep your home mosquito-free.

 

Sources: who.int, doh.gov.ph

 

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RE/MAX PH Information Session

BY 13 February 2019 Uncategorized

 

In an effort to help real estate professionals succeed in the industry, RE/MAX Philippines will be having an information session on Thursday, March 14, 2013. The event will be held at the RE/MAX Philippines office, located at 25th floor, Citibank Tower, 8741 Paseo de Roxas Street, Makati City.

This free by-invitation event has limited slots, so be sure to confirm your attendance on or before March 13, 2013 through telephone (511-1429 to 30) or email (info@remax.ph). 

 

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MyProperty.ph is entering a new phase, and with this change comes a brand new layout and functionalities! We redesigned the website to make it easier for you to find your dream home or sell your property, and here, we've highlighted the 10 most helpful enhancements of the new and improved MyProperty.ph.
 


1. Larger, better-quality images
The new MyProperty.ph now showcases properties with larger images, and with better quality at that! Now, you can make more informed choices with the help of these enhanced visuals.
 


2. Google Maps
Finding a property according to area is faster because we now have a “Google Maps” feature! All you have to do is hover over a pin and see what development is found in which location. What’s more, sellers can also post their properties for sale or for rent with a map to guide prospective clients into finding them.

 


3. Responsive filters
We’ve enhanced our search filters to become more responsive than before! Now, while you type a location, the page is already displaying options that match the keyword you’re putting in.

 


4. “Popular Searches” feature
With the “Popular Searches in New Homes” feature, you won’t need to type in your query: just click on one of the “Popular Searches” options and find a list of properties according to that query. If you’re a seller, this feature will help you find out what kind of properties people are looking for so you know which development would appeal to them.
 


5. Unit inventories
With the new design, you don’t have to visit dozens of different pages to see similar units from one development. All you need to do is go to the development you’re interested in to see all the available units organized in one table. Also, aside from displaying information like size, price, and condition, the page also tells you how many units are still available.
 


6. Top projects teaser on the homepage
Upon entering MyProperty.ph, you can instantly see a preview of brand-new projects from the top developers of the country!
 


7. "Promos" section on homepage
Find out which developers are offering discounts or low down payments with our “Promos” section prominently displayed on the homepage. This way, searching for and selecting properties that fit your budget is easier!
 


8. Broker pages
Aside from giving buyers easy access to a broker’s contact information and the various properties they sell, the new “Brokers” section also gives them credibility as representatives of the project they’re offering.
 


9. Seller accreditation
Being an accredited seller helps you improve your reputation, and with the MyProperty.ph new feature, “Become an Accredited Seller”, you’ll easily attract more clients. Now, when you visit any project page, brokers and agents can inquire to sell their properties.

 


10. Mobile friendliness
When you access our website using your smartphone or iPad, you’ll find that our page has been adjusted to make usage as easy as doing it on a desktop PC or laptop.

 


The new MyProperty.ph website is designed to make your property searching or selling a fast and convenient experience. Explore our new layout and discover what it can do for you now!

If you’re a Filipino working or based abroad and you want to buy a property or need to attend to your property in the Philippines, who do you go to?

If you’re a foreigner that would like to buy a condominium in the Philippines, where do you go?

Miles away from the Philippines, the first question on your mind is who would you trust to do these things for you?  Unless you plan to go home soon and spend your precious vacation time going to various government agencies just to do these things, you are better off having someone else do it for you. While you could ask a relative or a friend or persons referred by them to help you with your property concerns, the might not have the time and the knowledge of the ins and outs of real estate transactions in the Philippines to do the job well.  Or, you may simply not have anyone you can trust enough to handle these concerns for you.

Now, there’s OMI Land Title Services. A division of Orion Maxis Inc. which is a subsidiary of Prime Orion Philippines (a publicly listed company), OMI Land Title Services (OMI-LTS) offers land title services such as Title Transfer, Reconstitution/ Replacement of Lost Land Title, Title Verification, Real Property Tax Payment, and transactions/documentation on Property Inheritance such as Extra Judicial Settlement and Estate Tax Payment.  With proven expertise and extensive experience in the field of land titling services, OMI-LTS caters to both corporate retail clients that include major Banking Institutions and corporations in the Philippines.

With its team of team of real estate professionals and in-house lawyers, OMI-LTS will help you with what you need.  Thinking of buying a property?  OMI-LTS will help you with the Due Diligence and Title Transfer.  Lost your Land Title?  OMI-LTS will help you with the issuance of a replacement.  They will also pay your Real Property Taxes for you every year.

With every service comes quality and integrity that only OMI-LTS can provide.  Safe, fast and reliable, you can trust OMI Land Title Services to do the work for you and give you the peace of mind you deserve.

For more information regarding real estate services, please call OMI Land Title Services at (632) 884-11-06 or visit their website at www.omilandtitle.com.

Fire safety equipment your home needs

BY 13 February 2019 Uncategorized

Whether it is March—a.k.a. Fire Prevention Month—or not, emergency preparedness experts are constantly relaying their “stop, drop, and roll” lectures and giving tips for preventing accidental fires, as they should. But as important as it is to heed these warnings, it is just as necessary to equip your home with the right tools to prevent a fire or keep it from spreading. Whether you live in a house, condo, or any type of dwelling, these are some fire safety tools that you should never do without.

 

Fire safety equipment your home needs MyProperty Philippines emergency preparedness extinguisher
Fire extinguisher. Photo via Depositphotos

Fire extinguisher

A fire extinguisher should be at the top of your list of must-haves. It does not need to be a full-sized variant; a small one will do. There are various types of fire extinguishers and they are distinguished by letter—A, B, C, D, and K—depending on purpose, but Types ABC or ABCD are usually sufficient for home use. Learn how to properly use it and be sure to teach everyone in the family too. Keep the extinguisher in the kitchen, since this is the place in the house that is most susceptible to fire.

 

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Smoke detector. Photo via Depositphotos

Smoke detector

As small as a smoke detector can be, it can do a lot in protecting your family. In the event that a fire breaks out in an empty room, the detector will sense the smoke and emit a sound that will warn everyone, even if they are in different areas of your home. It would be best to get one for every room in the house, but one in the kitchen and each of the hallways will also do. Remember to test your alarms every month and replace the batteries at least twice a year to ensure they are always in working order.

 

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Emergency number. Photo via Depositphotos

Fire department number

The government’s emergency number—911—is easy enough to remember, but it would still be prudent to stick it to the wall near the phone or onto the refrigerator, basically any place where everyone at home can see it. For other fire-related concerns, you can also contact the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) through (632) 729-5166; (632) 410-6254; (632) 407-1230.

 

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Fire exit sign. Photo via Depositphotos

Safety signs

During a fire, people will panic and lose concentration, which is dangerous if you only have a few minutes to either contain a small fire or escape a big one. A way to help people focus is by ensuring that you have clearly visible and glow-in-the-dark signs indicating where emergency items and escapes are. Put a “Fire Escape” sign near a window that also serves as your backup escape route to guide people towards it, and to ensure that no one will put any object that will block it and make an evacuation difficult. Affix an “Emergency Supplies” sign on a cabinet or drawer containing the fire extinguisher, fire blanket, burn kit, and other similar items. Next to or near the fire department number, stick a sign that clearly explains the proper use of the fire extinguisher. Create a detailed fire escape plan that everyone can study and remember and post it on a wall.

 

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Fire blanket. Photo by JonathanLamb (Public Domain) via Wikipedia

Fire blanket

A fire blanket is a sheet of flame-retardant material used to smother starting fires. Fire blankets used for the home are normally small and made of fiberglass or Kevlar, and are able to withstand up to 900 degrees. If the fire is small enough, you can use this to put it out by smothering it instead of operating the fire extinguisher, which might be tricky to someone who has never used one before.

 

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Garden hose. Photo via Depositphotos

Garden hoses

When you go to the hardware store for a garden hose, be sure to get one that is long and durable so you can use it not just for watering your plants but also for dousing fires from various points in the house. If possible, put one long hose at every exterior part of the house where there is a faucet for easy access and a longer reach.

 

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Rope ladder. Photo via Depositphotos

Portable ladder

If you live in a two-story house and you need to evacuate the house because the fire has become uncontrollable, you want to make sure you have a way to get to the upstairs windows if someone gets trapped in one of the rooms. Conversely, the ladder can also be used to escape out the window from an upper floor to the ground floor. A rigid metal ladder would be good for accessing windows to rescue those trapped inside upper-floor rooms, but an emergency rope ladder can be rolled for safekeeping within the home, and can be used later on by anchoring it onto a window ledge and climbing down.

 

Fire safety equipment your home needs MyProperty Philippines emergency preparedness smoke hood mask
Smoke hood. Photo by Slowking4 (CC BY-SA 3.0), via Wikimedia Commons

Fire escape masks

A smoke hood will keep you from breathing in smoke as you maneuver your way through a fire. Since it covers your entire head, it will also help you see through the smoke so you can quickly find an exit. You can also get an emergency escape mask or a respirator, which will let you breathe without letting smoke into your mouth and nose, albeit for a shorter amount of time.

 

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Fireproof safe. Photo via Depositphotos

Fireproof storage

Fire-resistant safes, document bags, and filing cabinets will keep birth certificates, business documents, heirlooms, and other important items safe from a fire. This way, you and your loved ones can escape your burning home with the secure feeling that your most vital possessions will remain unharmed.

 

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First-aid kit for burns. Photo via Depositphotos

Burn kit

Getting burned is sometimes unavoidable when escaping a burning structure, so having a first-aid kit containing items specifically for treating fire-related injuries is essential. Make sure that your first-aid kit at home contains sterile and non-adhesive bandages or clean pieces of cloth and medical tape, as well as ibuprofen, acetaminophen, naproxen, or any other over-the-counter pain reliever to soothe the resulting discomfort from the burn. Burn ointment, soothing lotions, and other similar products can be included, but keep in mind they are usually applied only as home remedies to minor burns. Bad burns should be treated by a doctor.

 

Having the right tools for fire safety will give you peace of mind, knowing that the things you need to put out a fire is at arm’s reach. But having these is not enough; you also need to make sure everyone in the family is aware of their presence and how to use them in case of an emergency.

Should a fire spread faster than you can control it, do not hesitate to leave everything behind and get everyone out of the home. Nothing is valuable enough for you to risk the safety of you and your family.

 

Sources: roswellfire.com, marsden-fire-safety.co.uk, mainesecurity.com, inquirer.net, lazada.com.ph, safelincs.com, webmd.com

 

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Think globally, live locally in South Forbes

BY 13 February 2019 Uncategorized

To many, living a truly world-class life would require a plane ticket out of the Philippines to the richest nations in the world. That may have been true ten years ago, but head south of Manila and you’ll uncover one place that offers all the luxuries of life without even leaving your own home. Where else can you have an entire golf course as your backyard but in Cathay Land Inc.’s South Forbes?


The master plan for South Forbes by Cathay Land, Inc. (Photo courtesy of Cathay Land, Inc.)

First introduced in 2004 and occupying 500 hectares of land in the Sta. Rosa – Silang – Tagaytay growth corridor, South Forbes is the country’s largest fully integrated golf resort city. The master-planned township of boutique communities blends close-knit living, leisure, academics, and sports, and brings everything up a notch higher to provide residents with an urban lifestyle unlike any other.

As a golf resort development, one of South Forbes’s most notable elements is the South Forbes Golf and Leisure Club, which features a first-rate 18-hole golf course and offers free membership to all investors. In addition to this, the township boasts of other state-of-the-art amenities like clubhouses, pools, landscaped parks, and an extensive amount of greenery that drives home the point of living amongst nature.

South Forbes also prides itself in offering the best in global architecture. For a home with an Asian flair, choose among their Bali, Tokyo, and Phuket mansions as well as the more affordable Nirwana Bali homes. If European living is your cup of tea, the Chateaux de Paris, the Spanish Villas, and the condominium Scandia Suites might be more up your alley. With the modern Western-inspired Miami community, the design aspect of South Forbes’ residential options comes full circle.

South Forbes also offers other residential options fit for your preferences. If you want to live close to the golf course, choose between the Orient-inspired Golf View Terraces and Sentosa Heights. Those who cherish the convenience offered by smart design and modern technology will enjoy living in the Stanford Suites.

Exclusivity is one of South Forbes’ concerns, and is a claim that they can confidently make to those who value privacy and peaceful living. Aside from being strict when it comes to providing access to the community, the development is also designed to host only up to 500 families.

You don’t need to leave the country to go global. If you want to start living the high life in a truly international community, contact Cathay Land, Inc. at 635-7777, email them at info@southforbes.com, or visit www.southforbes.com.

 

Photos:


The Coralia house in Bali Mansions, one of the premierboutique communities in South Forbes by Cathay Land, Inc. (Photo courtesy of Cathay Land, Inc.)


The Meiji house in Tokyo Mansions, one of the premier boutique communities in South Forbes by Cathay Land, Inc. (Photo courtesy of Cathay Land, Inc.)


The Chakri house in Phuket Mansions, one of the premier boutique communities in South Forbes by Cathay Land, Inc. (Photo courtesy of Cathay Land, Inc.)


The Sanur house in Nirwana Bali, one of the upscale boutique communities in South Forbes by Cathay Land, Inc. (Photo courtesy of Cathay Land, Inc.)


The Louvre house in Chateaux de Paris, one of the upscale boutique communities in South Forbes by Cathay Land, Inc. (Photo courtesy of Cathay Land, Inc.)


The Alicante house in Villas, one of the upscale boutique communities in South Forbes by Cathay Land, Inc. (Photo courtesy of Cathay Land, Inc.)


The Daytona house in Miami, one of the upscale boutique communities in South Forbes by Cathay Land, Inc. (Photo courtesy of Cathay Land, Inc.)


The Scandia Suites, a mid-rise residential condominium in South Forbes by Cathay Land, Inc. (Photo courtesy of Cathay Land, Inc.)


The Stanford Suites, a residential condominium in South Forbes by Cathay Land, Inc. (Photo courtesy of Cathay Land, Inc.)


The Golf View Terraces, a development along the fairways of South Forbes by Cathay Land, Inc. (Photo courtesy of Cathay Land, Inc.)


The Sentosa Heights, a development along the fairways of South Forbes by Cathay Land, Inc. (Photo courtesy of Cathay Land, Inc.)

 

In order to turn the dream of becoming a homeowner a reality for Filipinos who are trying to live economically, Filinvest has launched its newest property development, Futura Homes.

As Filinvest’s value homes division, Futura homes are designed to be affordable for budget-conscious families without sacrificing quality and style. These minimalist houses are built with the Buhos Tibay construction technology to ensure its stability despite natural disasters like typhoons and maintenance problems such as termite infestation.

As part of its plan to provide homes to more families with limited finances, Filinvest will be expanding its line of Futura Homes to San Pedro, Laguna, where Filinvest recently acquired 6.6 hectares of land in the town of San Vicente. Aside from being reasonably priced, Futura Homes in San Pedro also has a variety of amenities for recreation. It is, moreover, accessible through the South Luzon Expressway and is in close proximity to hospitals, schools, churches, and commercial businesses.

After constructing over 135,000 homes and with almost 50 years of experience under its belt, Filinvest is truly helping Filipinos realize their dream of having a place to call their own, one house at a time.

 

Source: filinvest.com.ph 

 

Leading the groundbreaking ceremony for Three Central were (L to R) AO+R Designs Associates project architects Ren-Adrian Magadia and Alvin Oliver, Megaworld’s Makati CBD head of sales and marketing Eugene Lozano, and senior assistant vice president for project management Roemer Nograles.

 

Megaworld, the country’s leading real estate developer, breaks ground for Three Central, its most luxurious condominium development in the heart of the Makati Central Business District. Located along Valero Street in Salcedo Village, Three Central is rising 51-storeys high in a prime location within the financial side of Makati City. It will house the first and only lifestyle mall in Salcedo Village with world-class amenities that include an exclusive culinary station, meditation garden, outdoor spa and reflexology path at its resort-inspired amenity deck.

 

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