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Old March 1st, 2012, 05:05 AM   #2761
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Six Senses Resort

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I attended the event yesterday and I want to share the artist perspective of Six Senses Resort's Tower I.
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Old March 1st, 2012, 05:45 AM   #2762
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Kailan matatapos ang construction ng nasa kaliwa? Maaring hintayin?
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Old March 1st, 2012, 07:56 AM   #2763
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EMPIRE EAST's Pioneer Woodlands [7T|mix|res] @ Mandaluyong

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Old March 1st, 2012, 09:10 AM   #2764
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very nice
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CENTURY'S Acqua Livingstone [52F|res] @ Mandaluyong



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I love this Aqua tower.

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Old March 1st, 2012, 09:12 AM   #2765
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Old March 1st, 2012, 09:42 AM   #2766
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sayang di pa nag 200m sana may spire ung anchor skysuites


off. height ng admiral baysuites ???
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Old March 1st, 2012, 03:39 PM   #2767
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Paseo Heights by Megaworld (Proposal more than 30 floors @ Makati)
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Old March 1st, 2012, 09:48 PM   #2768
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With regards to Muntinlupa projects there are also many projects :

1. Entrata - 4 towers with mall , 2 towers already finished ( 28-S )
2. Avida Towers - 2 towers , ( 26-S )
3. Azumi Residences - ( 15-S )
4. Anuva Residences - 4 tandem towers ( 14 & 20-S / tandem )
5. Tribeca Residences - 15 towers ( 12 to 19-S )
6. Rhapsody Residences - 9 buildings ( 5-S )
7. Asya Enclaves -15 buildings ( 7-S )
8. Escalades South Metro - 8 buildings ( 12-S )
9. The Presidio-16 buildings ( 5-15 S )
10, Studio City - 5 towers ( 18-S )
11. The Levels - 4 towers ( 27-35 S )
12. Viera - 5 towers ( 18-22 S )
13. Spectrum Center ( on hold ) - 4 office towers ( 38-40++ S )
14. Molito Condominiums - 3 towers ( plan )
15. Hotel ( Molito ) - 1 tower ( plan )
16. Office buildings Northgate - 2 ( 15 & 20-S )
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Old March 2nd, 2012, 07:52 AM   #2769
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FILINVEST’s Vinia Residences + Versaflats [25F|res|mix] @ North EDSA, Quezon City







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Old March 2nd, 2012, 10:11 AM   #2770
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With regards to Muntinlupa projects there are also many projects :

1. Entrata - 4 towers with mall , 2 towers already finished ( 28-S )
2. Avida Towers - 2 towers , ( 26-S )
3. Azumi Residences - ( 15-S )
4. Anuva Residences - 4 tandem towers ( 14 & 20-S / tandem )
5. Tribeca Residences - 15 towers ( 12 to 19-S )
6. Rhapsody Residences - 9 buildings ( 5-S )
7. Asya Enclaves -15 buildings ( 7-S )
8. Escalades South Metro - 8 buildings ( 12-S )
9. The Presidio-16 buildings ( 5-15 S )
10, Studio City - 5 towers ( 18-S )
11. The Levels - 4 towers ( 27-35 S )
12. Viera - 5 towers ( 18-22 S )
13. Spectrum Center ( on hold ) - 4 office towers ( 38-40++ S )
14. Molito Condominiums - 3 towers ( plan )
15. Hotel ( Molito ) - 1 tower ( plan )
16. Office buildings Northgate - 2 ( 15 & 20-S )
any renders ng molito condominium at ung viera
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Old March 2nd, 2012, 06:13 PM   #2771
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BELLE GRANDE Manila Bay

Belle Grande Hotel & Casino Resort

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Belle Diamant @ BGX Entertainment Complex

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Old March 2nd, 2012, 08:10 PM   #2772
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The Mind Museum @ BGC, Taguig







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Old March 3rd, 2012, 02:21 AM   #2773
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PHILIPPINE ARENA JUST NORTH OF MANILA, 55,000 seating cap.. now U/C

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Old March 3rd, 2012, 04:12 AM   #2774
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LYK!!!

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oh, haha.

anyways... more info about Ciudad De Victoria and Philippines Arena from
http://www.twoecoinc.com/2011/10/ciu...ine-arena.html
2.10.2012
Ciudad de Victoria and the Philippine Arena




TWO/ECO Tourism Development Consultants has secured for New San Jose Builders, Inc. (NSJBI) the designation of Ciudad de Victoria, as a 58 hectare tourism enterprise zone in Bulacan province.


It is anchored by New Era University's (NEU) Philippine Arena, the largest fully enclosed dome in the world, with a seating capacity of 50,000 persons. In Ciudad de Victoria, NEU will also construct (a) EGM Medical Center, targeting the medical tourism market, (b) the NEU Sports Complex, giving the Philippines a world-class facility for international competitions, and (c) a new university campus, with specific focus on educational tourism, symposia, and training.


NSJBI will be responsible for the overall development of the zone, from the infrastructure to the provision of facilities for accommodations, and a retail area for the exposition of Bulacan's products in pastries, fireworks, jewelry, horticulture, furniture, among others.

Ciudad de Victoria thus creates a unique tourism experience, at the intersection of leisure, business, education and well-being, where people can travel not only to be entertained, but to learn, believe and succeed.


Ciudad de Victoria, through the Philippine Arena and the NEU Sports Complex, thus provides large venues for events - particularly for competitions, concerts, and conventions - but when coupled with the medical center and university, it creates unique tourism markets that emphasize both intellectual and physical well-being.


Considering its location on the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX) between the existing hubs of Metro Manila (45km from Ninoy Aquino International Airport) and Clark Special Economic Zone (65 kms from Diosdado Macapagal International Airport), Ciudad de Victoria is thus highly accessible both to domestic and international tourism, having direct access to NLEX and being roughly an hour to the international airports of Manila and Clark. The projected North Rail and Metro Rail 7 developments are likely to make Ciudad de Victoria even more accessible.


Ciudad de Victoria will be developed by New San Jose Builders, Inc., a real estate company with a robust portfolio of service and recreational facilities, transport infrastructure, sustainable townships and prime residential condominiums. NSJBI, however, has not only recently entered the tourism industry but has made a significant impact with its own venture, Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar (see also our previous post, here). Las Casas is a heritage themed resort along the West Philippine Sea, in the province of Bataan, where guests are accommodated in reconstructed and restored Philippine Spanish colonial period houses.

The Philippine Arena was designed by consulting firms internationally recognized for the architecture and design of large public facilities, Populous and Buro Happold, and will be built by Hanwha construction of Korea.
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Old March 3rd, 2012, 07:16 AM   #2775
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Old March 4th, 2012, 01:28 PM   #2776
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Guys, do you think Manila can compete with Bangkok, Hong Kong and Singapore in terms of high rises in the next 5 - 10 years?

Currently Manila has 700 highrises (>35 metres), but how many are under construction?

At least 35 meters high:

Hong Kong 7,685
Singapore 4,368
Seoul 2,877
Tokyo 2,702
Osaka 1,463
Mumbai 1,223
Bangkok 1,106
Shanghai 1,057
Beijing 899
K. Lumpur 725
Manila 702
Jakarta 671

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Old March 4th, 2012, 03:42 PM   #2777
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35m and up
Completed More Than-800
U\C More Than 300
Proposal,Planned etc-150
On Hold and Cancelled- 15
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Old March 4th, 2012, 04:41 PM   #2778
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^Great! So by 2015 - 2020 Manila will have ~1,200 high-rises!
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Old March 4th, 2012, 05:01 PM   #2779
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Manila Central Post Office to be converted into posh hotel.

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MANILA, Philippines - The group behind the Fullerton Hotel in Singapore is reportedly in talks with the Philippine government for the transformation of the Manila Central Post Office into a first-class hotel.
Gemma Cruz Araneta, vice president of the city of Manila’s Historical and Heritage Commission, said the group is currently engaged in negotiations with the government represents the Fullerton Hotel in Singapore. (See Babe Romualdez column, B-3)
In 1997, Sino Land (Hongkong) Co. Ltd., a sister company of Far East Organization, acquired the Fullerton Building from the Urban Redevelopment Authority, spending close to $300 million in converting it into a hotel and building the two-story commercial complex One Fullerton. The hotel was officially opened on Jan. 1, 2001.
The Singapore hotel was also originally a general post office building, also known as the Fullerton Building, before its redevelopment into a luxury five-star hotel located at the Central Business District near the mouth of the Singapore River.
The historic Fullerton Building was named in honor of Robert Fullerton, Singapore’s governor from 1826 to 1829, and was used as a post office and even a hospital during the Second World War.
Philpost postmaster general Josie Dela Cruz yesterday announced that there are plans to convert the historic Philpost building in a bid to boost the tourism in the area that would cover Intramuros, Philpost, and Metropolitan Theater;
Dela Cruz said that the Aquino administration is studying the possibility of transforming the five-floors of the Philpost central office into a posh hotel in a bid to boost tourism in the country.
At the center of these grand plans is the 86-year-old neoclassical architecture designed Philpost building. The office building would reportedly serve as the core or catalyst of transformation.
“There is an order that came from the Executive Secretary (Paquito Ochoa Jr.) that created a committee headed by Finance Secretary Cesar Purisima to study the possibility of converting this area, wherein the center is our office, into a tourism development project,” Dela Cruz said.
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She said that if the project pushes through, the Philpost building would not be demolished since the investors would be interested to conserve the building. “It is a heritage building...The attraction here is its history. It would be in their (investors) interest to protect and preserve it.”
Apart from Purisima, the other members of the committee would come from the city government of Manila and the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA).
The committee has six months to submit their recommendations.
The planned tourism development does not only affect the Philpost but nearby historical landmarks as well such as Intramuros and the art-deco building Manila Metropolitan Theater. There is also the possibility that the change would positively spill over to the Binondo area and Escolta.
Coincidentally, the architect for both the Manila Metropolitan Theater and the Philpost was Juan Arellano.
Dela Cruz admitted that she is supportive of the project to convert the historical landmark building into hotel for practical reasons. “The building is too big for us and the maintenance cost (is too much) so it is no longer economical for us.”
The Philpost, a government-run corporation, has been losing money for many years because it could not compete with the private couriers and advance communication such as emails sent through computers and cellular phone textmessaging.
Despite their best efforts, “our situation now still deteriorating and we have difficulty rehabilitating,” she added. - By Mary Ann Ll. Reyes and Evelyn Z. Macairan (Philstar News Service, www.philstar.com)
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Old March 4th, 2012, 05:53 PM   #2780
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Birch Tower and Malate Bayview Mansion
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I just got back from Manila. We were staying on the 22nd floor of Baywatch Tower and had a great view of the Birch Tower construction. For those unfamiliar with Baywatch Tower, it's about a block south of Malate Church. So these were shot from the southwest of Birch Tower.

Here are some photos from February 29th.


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