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Millennium Pan-Asia Hotel and Resort Inc. obtained a provisional license from the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation to develop a $300-million integrated resort and casino in Mandaue, Cebu.

With the continued growth of the country’s tourism sector, property companies are increasingly dipping their hands into leisure-oriented developments.

The Philippine office market continues to display an optimistic outlook despite the persistent delays in project construction as demand continues to rise, real estate analysts said.

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As with other buildings designed by world-renowned architectural firm Skidmore Owings and Merrill, the 32-story The Curve in Bonifacio Global City is highly likely to become an architectural landmark and prestigious office address upon completion in October this year.

Judging by the slew of project launches, strong take-up in reservation sales, and sustained high earnings of property developers, it looks likely the real estate market will remain on an upswing over the next few years.

As a young student in Tokyo in the 1980s, Alfred Ty has always found Japan a memorable place that is rich in culture.

Despite the aggressive development of residential projects in the past years, there still remains a huge backlog in addressing demand for the housing needs of most Filipinos.

Real estate developer Empire East is celebrating 23 years of building landmark residential homes this July and is strengthening its “Empire East Cares” program. 

With the sustained growth of the Philippine economy, the local property market continues to attract massive investments, and foreign players are not passing up on the opportunities the country has to offer.

A sprawling industrial zone, a bypass road and an upgraded airport are among the key infrastructure projects in the pipeline by the current Subic administration.

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.

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.

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.