Tag: Colliers Philippines

Mall operators and retailers brace for revenge shopping and dining amid a liberalized landsape

Colliers is closely looking at the return of malls as Filipinos’ de facto public spaces, especially now that consumer traffic is reverting to pre-COVID-19 levels and restaurants and activity centers...

Office market finally posts positive take-up after seven quarters

Metro Manila office market showed signs of improvement in the first quarter of 2022 as it registered its first positive net take-up after seven consecutive quarters of negative net absorption,...

Colliers Outlook: In the Philippines, cold storage is hot

The Philippines is on its way to becoming a major player for both refrigerated storage and cold-chain logistics. In the Asia–Pacific region alone, this industry reached $110 billion in 20201,...

All eyes on Bulacan

Bulacan is now one of the fastest growing provinces in the country. The area is seen benefiting from the infrastructure projects likely to be completed in the...

Homebuyers, developers set sights outside Metro Manila

More and more people are  looking for properties in new growth areas outside Metro Manila, which are in close proximity to future megacities as well as new roads and infrastructure.

Davao real estate maintains robust outlook

Considered as one of the property hotspots in the country, the prospects for the Davao property market continue to be optimistic. This is driven by stable demand and supply of...

Ten things you need to know before buying land

Since the COVID-19 pandemic struck last year, market reports from Leechiu and Associates, Colliers Philippines and Lamudi have repeatedly shown a strong and continuing interest in buying land for residential...

In favor of flexibility

The projected recovery of the Philippine economy by next year spells optimism for the recovery of the overall Philippine real estate market, including the office market. Colliers...

Taking the lead with LEED

With the projected recovery of office demand in the Metro Manila market next year, it is vital for developers to differentiate their office buildings from the rest to be able...

Sustained OFW, local investor demand to drive Iloilo condo market

Bright prospects are seen for Iloilo City's condominium market, driven by the interest from the Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) and local investor markets. In a report, Colliers...

Palawan, Boracay top destinations to visit after lockdowns- Colliers Poll

Palawan and Boracay continue to be top attractions for Filipino travelers as these are the top local destinations likely to be visited once the lockdowns end, according to a poll...

Exploring the potential of industrial REITs

Many of the real estate investment trusts (REITs) in the market today have office portfolios but experts said developers should also consider industrial REITs, given their huge potential.

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Ristorante di Verona opens at Swissôtel Clark

This July 7, Swissôtel Clark opens its 10th restaurant, Ristorante di Verona. It is an authentic Italian restaurant located on the 5th...

Metro Manila Hotel occupancy seen to improve to 50 percent by yearend

Average occupancy in the Metro Manila hotel market is seen to improve to 50 percent by the end of the year as...

Addressing the housing problem: The task continues

Housing czar Eduardo Del Rosario, the first ever chief of the newly created Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development (DHSUD) is...

Pasay Monorail means better connectivity, convenience and higher land values at the MOA complex

Imagine reaching the SM Mall of Asia in Pasay from Quezon City or elsewhere, in a breeze.  Visitors to...

A great contribution to urban housing:8990 Holdings Inc. wows with new expansive amenities

8990 Holdings, Inc. (8990) unveiled new expansive amenities for its residents at the Urban Deca Homes Ortigas, its largest condominium community project...