The Seasons Residences, rising alongside Grand Hyatt Manila, is inspired by the four seasons of Japan.
Whenever Filipinos in the UAE search for properties to invest in, among their top priorities include the location, as well as the unique experiences that their future home will offer.
One of the new exciting projects that OFWs should check out is a new residential concept that brings the Japanese ambiance to the Bonifacio Global City (BGC) – The Seasons Residences.
It is designed to fuse Filipino hospitality with Japanese efficiency, allowing its future residents to experience an elevated lifestyle at the heart of Bonifacio Global City.
Strategically located at the heart of one of the Philippines’ premier locations, The Seasons Residences takes inspiration from Japan’s four seasons that represent each of its four towers. It is inspired by the four seasons of Japan—Haru (Spring), Natsu (Summer), Aki (Autumn), and Fuyu (Winter)—as it marries Filipino hospitality and sense of community with the Japanese tradition of excellence, innovation, and artistry.
Here are some of the best features that OFW condo investors should consider:
Collaborative Japanese-Filipino design. The Seasons Residences is developed by Federal Land, Inc., together with Nomura Real Estate Development Co., Ltd., and Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings, Ltd. This collaboration among toptier real estate developers from the Philippines and Japan bring to life a residence that offers Japanese design efficiency and technology—from ingenious storage solutions to safety and security devices like earthquake vibration control system, key card access for elevator and main door, and fire detection and alarm system.
The development also presents a unique amenity offering: The Guest House. The design is inspired by traditional Japanese architecture and will be made available for lease to relatives and friends of residents.
Mobility ensured. The Seasons Residences is situated in close proximity to major infrastructure developments such as the BGC-Ortigas Road Link, the Metro Manila Subway System, BGC-NAIA Bus Rapid Transit System, and the Skytrain—monorail link from BGC to Guadalupe, Makati City, offering convenient mobility options to future residents. The BGC-Ortigas Road Link was recently inaugurated, with the partial opening of the Kalayaan Bridge to motorists. Once completed, the road will have direct access to The Seasons Residences located at 8th Avenue in North BGC.
The four-story mall will feature a well-curated selection of shops, a supermarket, and a food hall, among others.
All in amenities. It also ensures that homeowners have practically everything they need to remain active or relaxed. It has a modern fitness gym and yoga studio to stay fit; a swimming pool, a karaoke room, and a game room to unwind; a spa and onsen (a Japanese hot spring) to soothe the mind and body; and even a reading lounge, and a music studio to keep creative juices flowing.
The first Mitsukoshi department store in the country will be located at the podium of The Seasons Residences.
To cap it all, the first MITSUKOSHI in the country will be located at the podium of the building. The four-story mall will feature a well-curated selection of shops, a supermarket, and a food hall, among others.
Aki features a bi-level penthouse and one to three bedroom suites with elements carefully laid out to create a haven for recreation and relaxation.
This early, only a few units are left in Haru and Natsu, two of the proposed four towers of The Seasons Residences, as condo buyers and investors are seeing extra value in its distinct Japanese features with elements carefully laid out to create a haven for recreation and relaxation, letting its residents experience the Japanese lifestyle right in their own homes. With Haru and Natsu units selling fast, the third tower is foreseen to be launched soon.
Be among the first to own a piece of Japan by taking advantage of the few units left, with limited-time discounts and extended payment terms. Visit www.federallandph.info/theseasonsresidences or more information.