Resilience in communities is key

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    Federal Land’s Grand Central Park community in BGC.

    Real estate developer Federal Land Inc. 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).

    “After a year of extraordinary circumstances, Filipinos are now looking for more than just a good place to sleep in when it comes to finding their home,” said Federal Land executive vice president Catherine Ko.

    “Living in our communities has allowed our residents to continue with their lives with minimal disruption, in a mixed-use community where almost everything that they need is within reach.”

    Federal Land said it designs and builds communities that provide residents a pleasant living experience through retail podiums, indoor and outdoor malls, and open spaces surrounding its residential properties.

    The integration of key establishments in Federal Land’s communities offers residents immediate access to essential goods and services.

    The company said the quarantine restrictions have highlighted the importance of adapting living space to function not only as a home, but also as an office and for recreation.

    In BGC, Federal Land’s Grand Central Park 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.

    Integrated communities continue to prove valuable in supporting their residents’ lifestyles as the world adapts to the “next normal.”

    “When we plan our spaces, we always keep in mind the right mix of retail, food, and services, as well as the important segments of residential, commercial, retail, industrial, and office to improve our homeowners’ quality of life,” Ko said.