OUR HOME paves the way for an exciting 2024 in furniture, furnishings and accessories as it releases its top trends for the next year. As the leading authority in setting the trends in the interior design industry, here are OUR HOME’s forecasts for the coming year. Take a look as we list down OUR HOME’s best Bs.
On April 1, 2024, the iconic Greenbelt 1, designed by National Artist for architecture Leandro V. Locsin will be torn down as part of the redevelopment program of Ayala Malls. Aside from Greenbelt 1, other malls scheduled for redevelopment are Glorietta 2, TriNoma, and Ayala Center Cebu.
Tagaytay Highlands has earned a distinct reputation as the Philippines’ most exclusive residential complex of its kind and scale. Lending its unique character are signature log cabins and lush mountain ranges set amidst a year-round nippy breeze that create a stunning landscape perfect for luxury living and outdoor relaxation.
ACCOR announced the addition of two new properties in the Philippines, expanding its hotel portfolio in Asia.
To maximize the benefits from the economic rebound in 2024, mall operators should fully harness the consumers’ willingness to visit brick-and-mortar mall spaces and join in various activities held in malls’ activity centers, according to property management firm Colliers Philippines.
THE Subdivision and Housing Developers Association (SHDA) Inc. lauded the appointment of Frederick D. Go, chief executive officer (CEO) of Robinsons Land Corp., as head of the Office of the Special Assistant to the President for Investment and Economic Affairs (OSAPIEA).
In the ever-evolving landscape of real estate, excellence is a beacon that guides industry leaders toward success. RLC Residences’ projects and initiatives emerged victorious as a developer this 2023 bagging a total of 39 accolades from local and international award-giving bodies.
The real estate sector has an important role to play in addressing the challenge of climate change. JLL Philippines said the establishment of a more sustainable and resilient future requires the current buildings to undergo a significant transformation in their infrastructure and operations.
This year marked the recovery of the residential condominium market in the Philippines, notably in Metro Manila, which saw a record of 40,555 units sold. The sector had reached its peak performance two years before the onset of Covid-19 but faced challenges during the pandemic. The ensuing market decline prompted developers to offer buyer-friendly payment terms to stimulate demand. However, these measures also increased backout risk. In 2023, developers reassessed their sales strategies to balance between increasing sales and mitigating buyer attrition.