THE COUNTRY’S PREMIERE FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL HUB
Makati City remains the Philippines’ undisputed financial center and commercial hub, being home to the headquarters of 40% of the top multinational and local corporations in the country.
To date, it has a total of over 66,000 establishments, which includes:
- 2,000 Corporations
- 472 bank head offices
- 7 major IT companies
- 274 business process outsourcing offices
- 87 embassies and consulates
- 263 institutions
- 50 tallest skyscrapers
- 9 premier residential communities
- 19 international organizations
- 14 hospitals
- 10 places of worship
- 7 Five-star hotels
- 160 schools
- As host for 87 embassies, Makati has highly developed foreign transient support institutions. Likewise, it is home to the headquarters of international organizations like the World Health Organization, UNICEF, IFC and UNDP.
SUPERIOR TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURES
- Makati’s highly developed multi-modal transport infrastructure has made it the most centralized city in Metro Manila and the National Capital Region.
- The availability of various forms of public transportation, such as the Metro Rail Transit (MRT), jeepneys, shuttles and buses, complemented by a road network that links the city to the rest of Metro Manila, ensures accessibility and convenience.
WORLD CLASS AMENITIES
- The presence of 7 five-star hotels, 8 major shopping malls and over 2900 restaurants and bars in the city has strengthened its bid to become the “Urban Tourism Capital” of the Philippines.
- Local and foreign tourists flock to Makati commercial centers primarily because of convenience, accessibility, quality of stores, ambience, interior and exterior environment that match world-class standards.
PEACE OF MIND
- The Makati police and fire departments have both been cited as the country’s best units year after year. At present, the city government has built a state-of-the-art police headquarters, patterned after that the Los Angeles Police Department, near the Central Business District. In 2013, the Makati city government has installed more Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) cameras around the Central Business District (CBD) to boost security.
- As of Q1 2016, implied land values in the Makati CBD appreciated to an estimate average of PHP 378,000 – PHP 668,000 per sqm.
- By Q1 of 2016, premium land rates in the Makati CBD consistently change quarter-on- quarter (QoQ) by 4.59% per square meter on average.
- For Q1 of 2016, In Makati CBD, monthly residential rates are by 1.6% quarter- on-quarter (QoQ) average of PHP 869 per sqm.
- All datas from Colliers International
RETURN OF INVESTMENT
- The annual return of investment is 187.49%.
- The estimated percentage of appreciation per annum bases is at 10 % -12 %.