Major Homes’ Space University Belt breaks ground


Space U-Belt Groundbreaking Ceremony

Major Homes recently held the groundbreaking for Space University Belt, a high-rise condominium-dormitory-hotel (condormitel) located along Recto Avenue.

Present during the groundbreaking were (from left): Warren Yu (Senior Partner, WCY Architects), Jeff Yang (landowner), Willie Yu (Principal Architect, WCY Architects), Atty. Mario Oreta, Robert Yang (landowner), Quinto Oreta (President, Major Homes Inc.), Boyet Evanglista (President, GPI), and Engr. Roger Vinluan (Property Management Head, Major Homes Inc.).

Space University Belt is a 38-storey development that offers 1,858 units which shall be fully furnished with three to five beds, a kitchen, toilet and bath, closet and study table. Units range from 14 sqm to 23 sqm. True to the condominium and hotel components of Space, its building features will include a 3-level retail area with dining, convenience stores, cinema, swimming pool, fitness gym, function hall and sky garden.

Occupants’ safety is also assured at Space University Belt, as the building will have 24-hour security and will be equipped with CCTV cameras at common areas and elevator cars. Unit owners will also be provided with security key cards.

Patterned after a sachet business model, units will be rented out on a per bed basis, making it an affordable option to students and professionals. Space University Belt also offers a promising business opportunity to investors looking for passive income through rental yields.

“This momentous event marks the commencement of construction and is also a testament that Major Homes will remain faithful to its promise of upgrading the current dormitory experience of students,” said Major Homes president Quinto Oreta.

Major Homes Tops Off Malabon Project


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Major Homes recently topped off building one at Juez Residences located in Maysilo, Malabon.

Purposefully elevated to reduce flood risk, Juez Residences is set to offer a distinct living experience, ideal for those who wish to upgrade their homes to be the ultimate abode for the modern generation.
Juez Residences is the first masterplanned vertical village in Malabon composed of medium rise residential buildings with lush gardens and well-appointed amenities.

Space San Marcelino and Taft Break Ground


 

July 27, 2013 — Space San Marcelino and Space Taft held its groundbreaking ceremonies at their respective project sites.The groundbreaking ceremony began with the blessing of the site followed by the laying of the capsule and the pouring of cement.

Present during the ceremony were Atty. Mario Oreta, Major Homes president Quinto Oreta and architects Terence Yu and Kenneth Uy of Vision Arch Inc.

Strategically located near the University Belt, hospitals, government offices and commercial establishments, Space represents an upgrade from the typical dormitory experience.

PLDT HOME, Major Homes partner to bring future­ready technology to families


Shown sealing the strategic partnership are Quinto Oreta (3rd from left) and Ariel Fermin (4th from left). Also in photo are (L-­R): Gilberto Garcia, Major Homes executive vice president; and Raul Alvarez, PLDT VP and head of HOME marketing support

(From L-­R): Elmer Castro (Head of Engineering and Construction, Major Homes), Gilberto Garcia (EVP, Major Homes), Quinto Oreta (President, Major Homes), Ariel Fermin Raul Alvarez (PLDT EVP and head of HOME business), and Raul Alvarez (PLDT VP and head of Home marketing support).

 

PLDT HOME, the country’s leading provider of advanced communi­ cation and multi­media services, recently entered a strategic partner­ ship with Major Homes, a full­service real estate development com­ pany. The partnership will equip Major Homes’ Space Condormitels in Manila with Fibr, HOME’S most powerful broadband.

Backed by PLDT’s over 71,000 kilometers of future-ready fiber network, Fibr enables seamless, simultaneous streaming of high-definition content in all devices with its high-speed Internet, Clickplay movies-on-demand, and Cignal Digital TV channels.

“Major Homes’ mission is to build happy communities where families live fully in quality living spaces. Our partnership with PLDT HOME allows us to offer more convenience to our unit buyers as moving in becomes easier for them. They will no longer have to undergo the hassle of finding and applying for a multimedia service provider because once they move in, their homes are future-ready,” said Quinto Oreta, Major Homes president.

“Connectivity is increasingly prioritized by those who purchase condominium units, which is natural given that condominiums are designed to offer convenience among its attractions. Unit owners want cable TV, landline, and broadband to be easily available to them when they move in. Through our partnership with Major Homes, each unit is now future-ready and fully connected, making each home a place to make the strongest family connections,” added Ariel Fermin, PLDT EVP and head of HOME business.

Shown sealing the strategic partnership are Quinto Oreta (3rd from left) and Ariel Fermin (4th from left). Also in photo are (L-R): Elmer Castro, Major Homes head of engineering and construction; Gilberto Garcia, Major Homes executive vice president; and Raul Alvarez, PLDT VP and head of HOME marketing support.

Major Homes launches ‘condormitel’ concept


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IN the crowded local real-estate market, innovation is what sets one apart from other property developers. Major Homes is one such innovative new developer that offers a pioneering residential concept called Space—transforming the usual city condominium concept into a more practical investment opportunity and redefining the typical dormitory experience of students and workers in the health and BPO fields. Continue reading

‘Condormitel’ residential concept launched


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MANILA, Philippines – Major Homes calls it the “condormitel” a development with all the advantages of a condominium, dormitory and hotel all rolled into one. Introduced last year, Major Homes’ Space condormitel series features fully furnished units designed as comfortable dorm rooms with a minimum of three beds and a study desk.  The buildings are strategically located in key urban areas of commerce, school, and transport. Space especially provides condo buyers with a strong rental opportunity as a form of investment. Continue reading