Luxury living in San Juan
OH YES, IT'S JOHNNY! - Johnny Litton (The Philippine Star) - February 3, 2016 - 9:00am

Now ready for occupancy on Wilson Street in San Juan City is  One86 at Wilson, a 10-story luxury boutique condominium that captures the style of pre-World War II Art Deco. The buildings and apartments in those times were really luxurious. The genteel elegance of that era is what graces the interiors of One86 at Wilson — from the stylish lobby and hallways with touches of Philippine wood, to the customized railings and doors. This boutique condominium is the flagship development of 186 Wilson Realty Inc. headed by president and CEO Brenda Ngo.

The recently inaugurated condominium is a cut above the rest with its well-ventilated wide hallways and only four elegantly spacious high-ceiling units to a floor. Future residents of One86 will definitely experience low-density luxury living at an upscale address reserved for a few. A sky deck, three-level basement parking, a health and fitness gym count among its many amenities.  The venture is a short stretch away from Greenhills and the booming Ortigas business district as well as premium hospitals and prestigious schools.

Present at the ribbon-cutting ceremony were San Juan City Mayor Guia Gomez, EEG Development Corp. president and CEO Eduardo Gonzalez, ACT-CIS party-list Rep. Samuel Pagdilao, Grace Gobing and Victor Ngo

Congratulations to Brenda Ngo and 186 Wilson Realty Inc.!

(From left) Joy Rustia, Maika Garcia, Danda Buhain, Natalie Diane Lim-Ang and Grace Gobing.

 

Of beautiful & lasting friendships

The opulent residence of the well-loved couple Eddie and Grace Gobing was the venue of the get-together party of the latest Best Dressed Women of the Philippines awardees.

It was a reunion organized by the awardees themselves to keep the warm glow of friendship going. The couple proved to be excellent hosts, the ambiance impeccable and the cuisine excellent that led to a wonderful evening.

Ensign Media CEO Terry Blackburn, Robinsons Land Corp. VP for sales and marketing May Precilla and VP for business development Trina Cipriano.

 

The best in city living

Premier real estate developer Robinsons Land Corp. (RLC), under the leadership of president Frederick Go, continues to make a big impression in the international property scene as The Sapphire Bloc was among the top honorees at the Southeast Asia Property Awards 2015 held at the Shangri-La Hotel in Singapore.

Located in Ortigas Center, Pasig City and one of RLC’s prime projects under its urban lifestyle brand Robinsons Residences, the four-tower complex represented the Philippines in the Best Condo Development category of the said award-giving body known as the largest and most recognized industry awards event in the region.

Seen at the awards ceremony were Ensign Media CEO Terry Blackburn with Robinsons Land Corp. vice president for sales and marketing May Precilla and vice president for business development Trina Cipriano.

Congratulations to the entire Robinsons Land Corp. team for this significant recognition!

SCEI officers (seated, from left) Mimi Valerio, Tanzania Consul Betty Chua, Angola Consul Helen Ong and Gambia Consul Agnes Huibonhoa; (standing, from left) Eni Alba, Elaine Rojas-Villar, Sheree Chua and Dr. Jimmy Laya.

 

In support of the arts

The Society for Cultural Enrichment Inc. (SCEI) will host a fundraiser fashion show on Feb. 9 at the Rizal Ballroom of Makati Shangri-La Manila. Proceeds of the event will go to various projects of the SCEI that focus on helping public school teachers and students. Several outstanding artists including Ryan Cayabyab, Danny Dolor, Lisa Macuja-Elizalde, Ramon Orlina and Anna Vergel will also be given recognition during the said affair.

BRENDA NGO ENSIGN MEDIA GRACE GOBING MAY PRECILLA QUOT ROBINSONS LAND CORP STRONG STYLE TERRY BLACKBURN TRINA CIPRIANO WILSON REALTY INC
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