CitySky goes for ‘artistic’ real estate selling

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In the two years since CitySky Realty was founded, business partners Vanessa Geronimo-Uy and Fred Ryan Infante III continue to find themselves having a full plate.

The sustained growth of the local real estate industry — driven primarily by a robust Philippine economy and increasing disposable income among Filipinos — continues to boost the operations of this young, dynamic real estate services company, which has been providing clients with a wide array of smart, practical investment options comprising of world class, value-for-money residential projects in Metro Manila that present promising investment returns.

Exciting arena

“The Philippine real estate industry continues to be dynamic and vibrant, opening up more lucrative opportunities for growth and expansion among property developers, brokers, contractors and other related industries. It’s proving to be an exciting arena for us and this is why we at CitySky, are determined to pull out all the stops to match and provide what the different markets need,” Geronimo-Uy explained.

Egg Fiasco

“But we also know that Filipino buyers are becoming more sophisticated and knowledgeable. They know exactly what they want in a home, from the design, the amenities, the location and even the brand or property developer behind it. They know which projects can be considered as smart, practical investments that are worthy to be added in their portfolio. And this is why we continue to find new ways to offer projects and deliver services that will allow our customers to maximize their investments,” Infante added.

Since its inception in 2017, CitySky has successfully closed property deals that allowed it to carve a niche in this cutthroat industry. Proof of this are the numerous awards from some of the country’s biggest property developers that CitySky has worked with including Alveo Land.

“While we may be a relatively young real estate services company, we’re driven and committed to make a difference. Our goal is really to provide the market with smart investment options that would cater to their needs and fit their budgets. We see ourselves as more than just sellers or realtors, but also as consultants who provide clients with valuable insights to help them make a truly wise investment decision,” Infante explained.

‘Super Sampler’

Not one to rest on its laurels, CitySky Realty is now taking the game of selling a notch higher, this time, incorporating urban art with their upcoming open house event.

Christian Tamondong

From Sept. 28 to 29, CitySky Realty will be hosting an exhibit dubbed “Super Sampler,” which will gather under one roof the latest works from a talented pool of Filipino contemporary visual artists, some of whom are already being recognized in the international art scene. This contemporary urban art exhibit will coincide with the open house event of the real estate services company, wherein buyers and investors will be given a chance to take a peek at the latest real estate offerings of Alveo Land.

To be featured are the artworks by Christian Tamondong, Janelle Tang, Mark Arcamo, Distort Monsters, Quiccs, JJ Zamoranos, Trip63, JP Pining, Egg Fiasco and Mark Bardinas.

Today, more Filipinos — from developers, collectors and even urban planners — are starting to see the value of incorporating such creative expressions in their respective designs. Even homeowners are acquiring and growing their own collections of such art pieces to adorn spaces in their units or homes as seen in the flourishing of galleries catering to this niche.

Such artworks are labeled as urban art, defined as “work that is influenced by street art and graffiti cultures, and artists who use the urban environment as their platform,” according to Make Your Mark author Tristan Manco. The urban art movement, while already an established niche globally, has also started to gain traction in the Philippines, as seen in the growing number of local artists in this space.

CitySky Realty’s Super Sampler exhibit and open house event will be held at the Alveo Corporate Center in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, from Sept. 28 to 29, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.