The Philippines’ commercial real estate sectors are seeing a return of activity, especially in Metro Manila. Here are the trends we have seen in Q2 2022 within the city, as revealed in our webinar, Real Estate Outlook: A Half Year Review.
Arca South is gradually taking shape as the newest central business district south of Makati and Bonifacio Global City. Overall, approximately 344,000 sqm of office space are anticipated to be launched between 2022 and 2025 in Arca South, according to Santos Knight Frank projections.
The Philippines is now seeing a gradual return of business travel, including foreign expatriates and talent relocating to the country, in the backdrop of high vaccination rate, easing of travel restrictions, and return-to-office programs. Learn about what transpired in the discussion during our webinar "Moving to the Philippines" last June 22nd.
The pandemic has accelerated the green conversation, with now a firmer resolve to see things through. Now more than ever, there is greater interest on Environmental, Social, & Governance (ESG) in both the occupier and the landlord/investor side.
The data center market in the Philippines has seen more movement over the last six months than the last two years, making it one of the fastest-growing real estate sector in the Philippines.
That’s the difficult choice some BPOs are getting ready to make. Nicknamed as the Occupiers’ Dilemma, BPOs might soon have to decide between keeping their PEZA benefits, or keeping a majority of their agents.
The overall resilience of the residential sector comes from the fact that houses are a necessity and fill the basic need for safety, security, and comfort.
Companies are gradually shifting to new workplace strategies to address demands that emerged during the pandemic. Here are four themes that are defining the workplace in 2022.
Choosing a home should be beyond aesthetics, and more towards its contribution to one’s overall being
The most common question during the pandemic is about timing. When is the best time to buy? The question must be: Where?
The pandemic has inevitably influenced the decisions of high-income earners in the Philippines with regards to their homes for the next 12 months. such as pent-up demand for new and second homes and a preference for low-density environments and wellness-related features such as air quality and green spaces.
Owning a slice of prime real estate in one of the Philippines islands is one of the most desirable investments. Here are 4 beautiful beach properties that you might consider acquiring.
In the time of COVID-19, the need for disaster resilience has become much more urgent – especially for properties. What can we do to safeguard our assets and businesses? How can we prevent or minimize the damaging effects of disasters?
With families looking for less dense, green, and idyllic environments, or "safe havens" that are still accessible to work and play, here are four beautiful homes in Metro Manila ideal for you and your family to settle in for now, or forever.
Beach properties or the suburbs are top locations high-net-worth individuals are looking to acquire second-home investment. Here are 5 that are on the market right now.
Cold storage is set to become one of the next popular investment sectors in Philippine property as demand for vaccines, foods, and import goods drive activity in cold chain logistics, according to leading real estate services company Santos Knight Frank.
Bright opportunities lie ahead in the Philippines’ real estate sector amid the vaccine rollout and the gradual economic recovery from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic
The office market in secondary cities will generally be soft but with a few bright spots
The workplace will evolve from central to dispersed. Here are 7 changes we expect to see in the office
The industrial & logistics sector was the most stable asset class in 2020. Will this continue in 2021?
Flexible payment terms, a growing resale market, and movement to low-density areas are trending in the residential sector
Almost 25% of prime and grade A office space in Metro Manila are LEED certified. From nice-to-have, sustainable design is now a must-have
The pandemic has put the spotlight on real estate’s front-liners: professional property managers
Air quality has long been a critical issue among building owners. COVID-19 has accelerated the need for good air
The pandemic has upended expectations, shifted investment strategies and forced investors to rethink their priorities
With the exception of Singapore, the data center market in Southeast Asia is still in its infancy
What will real estate look like in 2021?
Santos Knight Frank's Chairman & CEO, Rick Santos, discusses the outlook for the Philippine real estate sector during the launch of Knight Frank's The Wealth Report 2021 in Manila.
Santos Knight Frank and Manila House, in partnership with Julius Baer, held the webinar The Wealth Report 2021: A Global & Philippine Real Estate Investment Outlook on May 4, 2021 featuring speakers and thought leaders
Anthony Dizon, founding president of the Cold Chain Association of the Philippines, discusses the state of affairs of the industry. This presentation was part of Santos Knight Frank's The Future of Logistics 2021 series, organized in partnership with AmCham Philippines.
The Philippines' cold chain industry capacity is set to grow by 10% this 2021, driven not just by the vaccine roll out but also by lifestyle and consumer preferences. Rick Santos of Santos Knight Frank asks Anthony Dizon of the Cold Chain Association of the Philippines, Harvey Grewal of ORCA Cold Chain Solutions, and real estate expert Kash Salvador on the state of affairs of the industry and the outlook in the next 2-3 years.
A one on one discussion with Undersecretary Verna Buensuceso of Department of Tourism Philippines regarding tourism updates in the Philippines.
Lessons from Phuket Sandbox, changes in the labor market, shift in COVID-19 metrics, and the future of hotel management companies. Bill Barnett of C9 Hotelworks and James Kaplan of Destination Capital shares their insights on how the tourism and hotel industry will recover in Southeast Asia.
New market segments, digital pivot, creativity with new services, virtual event management, repurposing spaces to office. Rick Santos of Santos Knight Frank asks Cleofe Albiso of Megaworld Hotels and Bruce Winton of Marriott International on the state of affairs of the hotel industry in the Philippines.
Secretary Berna Puyat discusses the state of affairs of the tourism industry. This presentation was part of Santos Knight Frank's Hotel Outlook 2021 series, organized in partnership with British Chamber of Commerce Philippines.
can the Philippines prepare for data center? Hear it from Adeline Liew, Director of Occupier Services and Data Centers Lead for Knight Frank APAC.
What are the real estate asset classes that property investors should pivot in the post-COVID-19? Hear it from Neil Brookes, Head of Capital Markets in Knight Frank Asia Pacific.
What is the future of REITs in the Philippine property market? Hear it from Sigrid Zialcita, CEO of APREA Philippines.
How has COVID-19 disrupted the logistics industry? Martin Cu shares how Ninja Van pivoted with the demand amid the pandemic.
Workplace experts Raphael Santos of Adrianse Group and Nikki Vergara of Positive Workplaces share the advantages of the physical office in our overall well-being