September 2, 2023
Written by: Pauline Songco
The Daily Tribune

Federal Land NRE Global, Inc.’s commitment to redefining urban living manifests through its three upcoming noteworthy projects: Riverpark Cavite, Met Park Pasay and The Observatory Mandaluyong.

Federal Land strives to make a difference in the Philippine real estate landscape with developments that embody its vision of a brighter and more sustainable future in collaboration with Nomura Real Estate Global, Inc.

Federal Land NRE Global, Inc.’s commitment to redefining urban living manifests through its upcoming three noteworthy projects:


Riverpark Cavite

Located in Cavite, this residential neighborhood within Federal Land’s Riverpark community introduces a Japanese-inspired haven tailored to starting families.

Riverpark Cavite embraces lot sizes ranging from 300 to 527 sqm. This residential enclave harmonizes the aesthetics of Japanese design with contemporary family requirements.

Riverpark Cavite is expected to be completed within two to three years with its horizontal arrangement.


Tom Mirasol, Federal Land chief operating officer and president; Yusuke Hirano, FNG vice chairman; Ar. Gilbert Berba, FNG head of Urban Planning and Design Group; and Yasuhiro Ohira, FNG Senior Management advisor.


Met Park Pasay

Nestled in the bustling Bay Area, Met Park Pasay reimagines modern living with a youthful and balanced touch.

This mixed-use neighborhood offers various sizes catering to diverse lifestyles, from compact studio units at 31 to 32 sqm to spacious three-bedroom penthouses at 152 to 220 sqm.

The Observatory Mandaluyong

Situated in Mandaluyong City, The Observatory presents a modern retreat in a strategically advantageous locale.

With unit sizes spanning from compact studios at 26 to 33 sqm to expansive penthouses at 155 to 202 sqm, The Observatory caters to diverse preferences, integrating modernity with an inviting retreat, promising a holistic urban living experience.

The Observatory is targeted to be done in five to six years.


THE Observatory in Mandaluyong.

“These projects are just the beginning of plans to realize in the next 30 years. Our focus is on creating milestone developments that will continue to integrate Japanese inspiration with the Filipino sensibility, differentiated by the coming together of cultures resulting in smart and sustainable cities that aim to create value in townships. That is the promise of excellence — one we are confident to deliver,” Thomas Mirasol, Federal Land chief operating officer and president, said.

At the core of these developments are brand pillars brought by the union of Federal Land, Inc. and Nomura Real Estate Development Co., Ltd.: 1. Japanese: From project concept and design, the seamless integration of nature into the development, to the Japanese cultural trait of putting clients at the forefront, FNG prioritizes the creation of spaces that cater to the diverse needs of modern urban dwellers; 2. Innovation: FNG integrates Japanese innovation into its projects through well-thought-of design, architecture and features; and 3. Collaboration: FNG will continue to forge partnerships with local and global brands, companies and individuals to enhance the lives of its future communities.

Federal Land, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of GT Capital Holdings, a listed major Philippine conglomerate whose investment holdings include Metropolitan Bank & Trust Company (Metrobank), Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation, Toyota Manila Bay Corporation, Toyota Financial Services Philippines Corporation, Sumisho Motor Finance Corporation, GT Capital Auto and Mobility Holdings, Inc., JBA Philippines, Inc., Premium Warranty Services Philippines, Inc., Philippine AXA Life Insurance Corporation and Metro Pacific Investments Corporation.