Soon to rise: Japanese-inspired Sunshine Fort residential condo in BGC

Sunshine Fort will be among the towers of Grand Central Park in BGC.

Superior Japanese expertise and technology combine with Filipino ingenuity in a benchmark real estate project that will transform Bonifacio Global City (BGC) Taguig City into a much more awesome residential and commercial area.

One of the country’s biggest real estate developers, Federal Land, Inc. has teamed up with two of Japan’s iconic firms—property developer Nomura Real Estate Development Co., Ltd., and retailer Isetan Mitsukoshi Holdings Ltd—to build the Sunshine Fort.

This real estate project is something to watch out for as it will be part of Federal Land’s Grand Central Park, a 10-hectare development in the northern part of BGC, where a 66-storey Grand Hyatt Manila Hotel beside a 50-storey Grad Hyatt Manila Residences are also set to rise. Sunshine Fort will comprise of residential condominium units with a department store at the lower floors.

 

An interesting development 

The unique development concept is set to showcase Japanese features as well as amenities in a way that has never been seen in the Philippines before. That alone could spur excitement to property investors and buyers who have always admired how Japanese designs aesthetically and strategically blend style with efficiency and functionality.

Development of the residential property will combine the expertise of Federal Land and Nomura Real Estate Development, which is noted in its home front as a premier builder of prime office, residential, and commercial properties. On the other hand, Isetan Mitsukoshi will bring about its retail prowess by adorning the area with unique Japanese-style stores and other commercial concepts.

Federal Land and two Japanese partner-companies formally announced the construction of Sunshine Fort in BGC. In photo (from left): Nomura Real Estate Chairman Eiji Kutsukake, Isetan Mitsukoshi President and CEO Toshihiko Sugie, GT Capital Holdings (parent company of Federal Land) Chairman George Ty, and Federal Land Chairman Alfred Ty

Once completed, the Sunshine Fort, with its 1,395 residential units, will take part in the redefinition of the skyline within and around Grand Central Park. Moreover, its future residents can enjoy the well-balanced lifestyle and convenient living that the new township intends to offer.

 

Grand Central Park

To provide more ideas of how interesting Grand Central Park would be, take note of other Federal Land projects that are set to also rise in that part of BGC. A 43-storey New York-style building to be called Madison Park West will be built at the corner of 6th Avenue and 36th Street, while an office-residential condominium to be called Park West will rise at the corner of 7th Avenue and 36th Street. Nearby (along 6th Avenue and 38th Street) will also sprout the 43-storey Times Square West that would offer more lifestyle and entertainment features.

Tech and Lifestyle Journal, together with all other real estate enthusiasts and property investors in and around the metro, could not wait to finally be wowed by this project. We’ll keep our eyes on this.

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