Federal Land partners with pro golfer Yuka Saso

Premier 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.

As part of its 50th anniversary, Federal Land continues to strengthen its Filipino-Japanese partnerships to push for excellence.

“In our 50 years of business, strong collaborations have enabled us to achieve greater results. It is in this same light that we welcome Yuka Saso to represent Federal Land and its values. 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,” said Federal Land chairman Alfred V. Ty.

Saso won the Philippines’ first-ever gold medal in the 2018 Asian Games golf competition for both women’s individual and women’s team division. Saso also 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.

“I am honored to be a part of Federal Land and I’m excited for the meaningful relationship and excellent results it will bring us. I will do my best to perform well in golf and give back. I know we will enjoy our journey together,” said Saso during the virtual partnership signing ceremony with Federal Land.

Establishing partnerships with trusted names in the property development industry is a testament to Federal Land’s legacy of bringing global best practices to the Philippines. This partnership with Yuka Saso is part of many collaborations and innovations 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. At the podium of The Seasons Residences is the country’s first MITSUKOSHI featuring a well-curated selection of products, a beauty shop, and its signature supermarket.

Early this year, the company forged a strategic alliance with Japan-based Nomura Real Estate Development Co., Ltd. to create Federal Land NRE Global Inc. The new joint venture company will introduce relevant real estate solutions with a distinct Japanese style and infused with Filipino sensibility.

Founded in 1972, Federal Land continues to create innovative and well-built property developments such as residential homes, commercial and retail spaces, modern office buildings, world-class hotels, and integrated communities.

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