Pampanga’s homegrown business conglomerate, the Jenra Group of Companies, has started its foray into township development with its latest project, The Infinity.
The Philippine property sector is seen topping its stellar performance last year to remain as a leading real estate market in the region this 2018.
Business tycoon Roberto Ongpin has taken his property ventures to greater heights as his flagship Alphaland Corp. brings its exclusive line of upscale projects to Baguio City.
With a number of integrated hotels and casinos in the 100-hectare Entertainment City in Paranaque already up, each development needs to offer a distinct feature to capture a sizable chunk of the market.
Aboitiz Power Corp. has taken in partners for its Fly Ash Brick Project, a community-based initiative that will produce high-value construction products made from fly ash, a by-product of its coal power plant, as well as plastics.
Construction works continue to build up this year, growing 1.1 percent in the third quarter as more non-residential buildings broke ground during the period, data from the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) showed.
Riding on the wave of a booming tourism industry supported by a promising economy, the budget hotel sector is expected to prosper in the following years as more millennials travel, according to developer Roxaco-Vanguard Hotel Corp.
Alstra, Concepcion Industrial Corp.’s commercial division, recently gathered industry partners for the first EvoSolution, a technical forum advocating a safer, more efficient and sustainable building industry.
Ayala Land recently marked a milestone as it opened Ayala Malls Cloverleaf, its first commercial development within the 11-hectare Cloverleaf estate in Balintawak, Quezon City.