Real estate developer Federal Land, Inc. recently signed a partnership with Sterling Sports Management, the sports agency handling Philippine-born Japanese professional golfer Yuka Saso.
“We welcome Yuka Saso to represent Federal Land and its values,” said Federal Land chairman Alfred V. Ty.
“Her Filipino-Japanese heritage is an embodiment of discipline, perseverance, and excellence, which mirrors Federal Land’s commitment to provide unparalleled living experiences within our developments.”
Saso won twice in back-to-back events on the Japan Ladies Professional Golf Association or LPGA Tour in 2020, winning the NEC Karuizawa 72 Golf Tournament and Nitori Ladies Golf Tournament. In 2021, she was the first Filipino to win the ladies US Open.
The partnership with Saso is part of many collaborations for Federal Land. A prime example of Federal Land’s partnerships is Sunshine Fort North Bonifacio Realty Development Corp., a tripartite joint venture with Nomura Real Estate Development Co., Ltd., and Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings Ltd.
The venture developed The Seasons Residences — a premier Japanese-inspired, four-tower residential development in the heart of Bonifacio Global City.