Building resilience in communities

posted February 13, 2021 at 06:00 pm
by  Manila Standard
Real estate developer Federal Land continues to see increased demand for its township developments, such as Metro Park in Pasay City and Grand Central Park in Bonifacio Global City (BGC), despite the ongoing pandemic. 

Building resilience in communities

“The comfort Filipinos feel inside their homes needs to extend to the areas outside their doors, into what we now call the ‘outside world’ for Filipinos to feel safe and secure in their environment,” explained Federal Land, Inc. executive vice president Catherine C. Ko. 

“This is how we offer value for our residents – living in our communities has allowed them to continue with their lives with minimal disruption, in a mixed-use community where almost everything that they need is within reach.” 

In BGC, Federal Land’s Grand Central Park (Seen here) offers luxury residential developments with spacious unit layouts and extra rooms that can be used as an office or classroom. In Bay Area, Metro Park’s resort-inspired condominium residences offer alternative spaces to work-from-home and landscaped gardens for relaxation.  

Topics: Federal Land , Metro Park , Grand Central Park , COVID-19 pandemic
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