Anchor Land eyes growth in tourism industry in 2018

In Photo: The Peak Parksuites Davao

UPSCALE property Anchor Land Holdings (ALH) vows to double its efforts to deliver and expand into tourism-related development in 2018 to capitalize on the country’s growing tourism industry.

“As we finish this year strong, we are also gearing up for a bigger and better 2018. For this year, we are not just limited to luxury office and residential developments in Metro Manila, Anchor Land is, likewise, intensifying its presence in other key locations all around the country,” shared Steve Li, chairman of Anchor Land Holdings, in a press statement.

 He said ALH is making its debut in hotel development through the upcoming Admiral Hotel. It is within the same luxury complex alongside Admiral Baysuites and Admiral Grandsuites, a roster of high-end developments along Roxas Boulevard.

 Furthermore, Li said Baylife Venue in Bay City will be positioned as the country’s largest seafood destination. The much-anticipated seafood place is already exciting the palette of local and international tourists alike.

 Nevertheless, Li added that ALH’s thrust into tourism development is also going beyond Metro Manila, with projects being eyed in Coron and Boracay.

Li said ALH expects the Coron and Boracay projects to attract both end-users and vacation rental or time-share investors. These new ventures will also position Anchor Land as the newest major player in the hotel and tourism sector, according to Li.

 He also pointed out the potential of Davao is great for the company. It has recently launched Peak Parksuites, a residential development soon to rise across Ateneo de Davao. This project will cater not only the student population in the area but also transient traders, businessmen and tourists.

“Aside from setting up our regional centers, Metro Manila will still be our base of operations.  We will continue to explore new opportunities in the capital region and even strengthen our foothold in niche market segments,” Li added.

Li said ALH is developing its presence in the Bay City area through it. Copetone Baysuites,  a follow-up project after the success of SoleMare and Monarch Parksuites also by Anchor Land.

Meanwhile, the Cosmo Suites aims to address a big demand for transient housing facilities in the area for office and BPO workers.

Li said ALH remains bullish on Manila’s Chinatown, where a total of 10 completed and ongoing projects are already in place. Binondo is a key market for ALH, as it offers limitless opportunities.  It is currently developing the Anchor Grandsuites, which is envisioned to be the tallest residential condominium soon to rise in Manila City and in all Chinatowns around the world.

Also in Binondo, Li added ALH’s Eight Alonzo will start its development this year. Designed to cater starting families who want to improve their lifestyle, Eight Alonzo is a fresh addition to the choicest residential towers in Chinatown.

Encouraged by the success of One Soler Logistics, Anchor Land is embarking on a similar facility in Binondo area. Juan Luna Logistics on Juan Luna Street will be at the heart of Divisoria bargain district, the Filipinos’ No.1 shopping hub for affordable finds.

“As one of the country’s premier developers, we are always on the lookout for new opportunities and consistent in creating new niches. This is just a the start of a bigger 2018 for Anchor Land, and our clients, customers, partners and stakeholders can expect more in the coming days,” Li explained.

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