An artist’s perspective of the Grand Hyatt Manila Residences South Tower (left), Grand Hyatt Manila (center), and the Grand Hyatt Manila Residences | © FEDERAL LAND
As one of the leading real estate developers in the Philippines, Federal Land Inc. has been committed to developing well-built and innovative residential homes, commercial and retail spaces, modern office buildings, world-class hotels and integrated communities for 50 years.
Federal Land is best known for contributing many firsts to the Philippine skyline and elevating the country’s property development standards. These include the iconic five-star hotel Grand Hyatt Manila, along with luxurious Grand Hyatt Manila Residences in Bonifacio Global City.
Global partnership with Orix
These first-of-their-kind projects are made possible through Federal Land’s long history of collaborating with trusted global firms. These strategic alliances allow Federal Land to bolster its property development expertise and help the company deliver real estate solutions that elevate the living experience of customers
The lobby of the Grand Hyatt Manila | © FEDERAL LAND
One of the most significant partners of Federal Land in its mission is Orix Corp. One of Japan’s leading financial firms, Orix teamed up with Federal Land to bring to life The Grand Midori Makati, Grand Hyatt Manila, Grand Hyatt Manila Residences and The Grand Midori Ortigas.
Filipino luxury living
Raising Filipino luxury living to greater heights, Federal Land’s Grand Hyatt Manila Residences South Tower is the highly anticipated addition to Grand Central Park, Federal Land’s master-planned community in Bonifacio Global City. Delivering hotel-like living at its finest, the development is the first residential condominium in Southeast Asia to carry the esteemed Grand Hyatt distinction.
Condos equipped for the ‘suite’ life
With world-class architecture, curated amenities, a central location and distinctive hospitality, discerning residents of Grand Hyatt Manila Residences South Tower can savor a new level of luxury and exclusivity. Each of the 188 residential suites has the ambiance of a hotel, with high ceilings, expansive windows, natural stone flooring, European-branded kitchen appliances and Japanese bidet-type toilets. The wraparound glass facade provides panoramic views of the city skyline and Laguna de Bay.
Photo of the Grand King Room in the Grand Hyatt Manila Residences | © FEDERAL LAND
Health, wellness and recreation are served by a fitness center, yoga room, shower room and sauna, plus a 25-meter heated lap pool, a teen entertainment zone and a children’s playroom. The library and glass function room are available for remote work and meetings, and a helipad is even available for those who want to arrive in style.
Grand services, Globalist membership
Owning a home at Grand Hyatt Manila Residences extends far beyond the condominium unit. Homeowners can live the Grand Hyatt guest experience every day with access to spa services or explore culinary delights at the Grand Hyatt Manila hotel across the street.
Within their residential suites, homeowners enjoy a variety of a la carte hotel services, including in-residence dining, services of a private chef, professional housekeeping, dry cleaning and transportation services, among others.
Another unique privilege for homeowners is the automatic Globalist membership to the loyalty program, World of Hyatt. The Globalist membership is the highest tier in the program, presenting bearers an exclusive array of benefits, such as complimentary room upgrades, dining discounts and Guest of Honor privileges.
Zen living: The Grand Midori Ortigas
Fusing Japanese architecture with Filipino sense of community, The Grand Midori Ortigas offers “inspired living from the land of the rising sun.” The two-tower residential condominium is a Zen-inspired sanctuary amid the bustling Ortigas central business district, that exhibits the height of Zen living.
Federal Land tapped Tange Associates, a world-renowned Tokyo-based Japanese architectural firm known for combining traditional Japanese artistry with modern perspectives, to translate this residential enclave into exactly that, reflecting what its name means.
An artist’s rendition of The Grand Midori Residences | © FEDERAL LAND
“Midori means green, the color of fresh shoots, new leaves or young plants,” said Federal Land Urban Planning and Design Head Architect Gilbert Berba. “It also connotes beauty and creativity, which describes our residential condominium project in Ortigas perfectly.”
The interiors and landscapes take inspiration from the Japanese concepts of wabisabi and miyabi, which mean the discovery of beauty in imperfection and the expression of elegance and refinement, respectively.
“The Grand Midori Ortigas is a sanctuary in the middle of a thriving business district,” concluded Berba. “Our focus is to create a space where our customers can find the balance between home and work life and attain quiet bliss in living spaces that marry simple aesthetics with the modern life.”