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Federal Land, Nomura, Isetan to bring a bit of Japan to BGC

Federal Land, Inc. recently partnered with Nomura Real Estate Development and Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings, Inc., to bring a piece of Japan to Bonifacio Global City in Taguig, The Seasons Residences.  

Federal Land, Nomura, Isetan to bring a bit of Japan to BGC

The project is a US $400-million joint venture among the three companies. It will be a mixed-use, integrated lifestyle center that will be home to four residential towers ranging from 41 to 51 levels. 

The over-all design will reflect the harmonious balance between Japanese technology, architecture, and Filipino hospitality. At the heart of the Seasons Residences will be the first Mitsukoshi Mall in the Philippines, which will be curated to provide a selection of Japanese homegrown brands, restaurants offering authentic Japanese fare, and well-known international brands. offering a uniquely Japanese mall-going experience. 

Federal Land, Nomura, Isetan to bring a bit of Japan to BGC

At the launch were Daisaku Matsuo, director, and Eiji Kutsukake, chairman of Nomura Real Estate Development; Toshihiko Sugie, president & CEO, and  Takuya Matsuo, director of Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings; and Alfred V. Ty, chairman of Federal Land, Inc. The Utsuwa taiko drummers (Shown here) portrayed the  Seasons Residences’ deep respect for nature, portraying the four seasons of Japan, Haru (spring), Natsu (summer), Aki (autumn), and Fuyu (winter).​

Topics: Federal Land , Mitsukoshi Holdings , Daisaku Matsuo , Eiji Kutsukake , Nomura Real Estate Development , Toshihiko Sugie
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