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Innovation is one of the key drivers of longevity. To stay ahead of the game, organizations have to continuously introduce new iteration of products, services or solutions that will prove valuable to customers.

Property giant Megaworld Corp. is expecting to generate P1.7 billion from the sale of six hectares worth of commercial spaces in its Pampanga township.

The Ayala Group is jumpstarting 2017 with the launch of a new central business district in Kawit, Cavite that is said to rival the posh CBD in Makati.

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With office vacancy rates hovering at four percent in the Ortigas-Pasig-Mandaluyong area and in the rest of Metro Manila, office spaces like Ortigas Technopoint Two to be completed at the last quarter of 2017 are in tight demand.

 Upscale real estate developer Century Properties has made its foray into the affordable housing market, as it launched a 26-hectare house and lot project in Tanza, Cavite.

Amaia Land is welcoming potential homeowners anew in the Visayas region with the second installment of Amaia Steps Capitol Central in Bacolod City.

Greenfield Development Corp. has unveiled its first high-rise office building targeted toward business process outsourcing (BPO) locators. Dubbed Quantum, the building is located along Mayflower St. in its masterplanned 15-hectare Greenfield District in Mandaluyong City.

 The business MJ Ringor established in 2009 has evolved into Mundo Design + Build, a one-stop design and construction firm with a team currently numbering to 120.

International serviced residences operator Ascott Ltd. is expanding its presence across the country, as it is set to open its first property in northern Metro Manila, in line with reaching its goal of managing 5,000 units by 2020.

Cebu Landmasters Inc.’s rapid diversification is flexing its capacity to address specific market needs with recent launches of  a high-end project in Cebu, a mid-market development in Davao, and economic housing projects in Cebu and in Dumaguete City.

Reynaldo Calayan Jr., the 60-year old civil engineer behind Calmar Land Development Corp, spent a lot of his growing up years in construction sites.

The top-notch property will rise in an exclusive and private residential complex in the heart of Ortigas Center.

Wilcon Depot and Home Essentials, owned and operated by the Belo family led by its patriarch William Belo, is riding on the continued growth of the property business in the country.