Seasons Residences bags plum residential skyscraper
The Seasons Residences recently won the 5-Star Best High Rise Residential Development in the Philippines at the International Property Awards (IPA) Asia-Pacific.
The Four Tower Development is a joint venture between Federal Land Inc., Nomura Real Estate Development Company Ltd. and Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings Ltd. to form Sunshine Fort North Bonifacio Realty Development Corp. “This recognition reflects our continued commitment to build dynamic developments. for the pleasure of generations, ”said Cherie Fernandez, President of Sunshine Fort North Bonifacio Realty Development Corp. The IPA rewards industry projects and developers selected by an independent panel of over 80 industry experts focusing on design, quality, service, innovation, originality and commitment towards sustainability.
Bringing Japanese Tradition to PH
The Seasons Residences is recognized for bringing the Japanese tradition of innovation to the Philippines. The development merges the effectiveness of Japanese design with a sense of Filipino community to showcase Japanese innovations such as earthquake-resistant technology, poured slab or under-floor drainage system for easy maintenance and repairs, air washings that minimize excess moisture and odor; and sophisticated toilet systems. Inspired by the four seasons of Japan, The Seasons Residences is the country’s first residential project with a distinct Japanese concept. This signature development sets a new global standard in the real estate industry with a premier four-tower residential development. The four residential towers – Haru (spring), Natsu (summer), Aki (fall) and Fuyu (winter) – will feature Japanese design elements focused on technology, functionality, safety and harmony with the environment.
Upscale shopping on the catwalk
Mitsukoshi brings commercial spaces to the country that showcase elements of Japanese design in a relaxed yet elegant setting. It will showcase a well-curated selection of Japanese beauty brands, as well as its signature depachika, or food hall in the basement.
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