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Robinsons Land Corporation (RLC) is one of the Philippines’ leading real estate companies and most reputable developers of mixed-use properties, office buildings, residential condominiums, as well as land and estate developments, including socialized housing projects located in key cities and urban areas nationwide. RLC also leads in the development and operation of life stlye shopping malls and hotels.

RLC incorporated on June 4, 1980, serves as the real estate arm of JG Summit Holdings, Inc. (JGS), one of the country’s largest conglomerates with diverse interests in branded consumer foods, agro-industrial and commodity food products, textile, telecommunications, petrochemicals, air transportation and financial services. 

RLC is a true Philippine company with a wide geographical reach as north as Illocos and as south as South Cotabato.  Most of it’s developments are integrated in mixed-use properties strategically located in key cities and other urban areas nationwide. 

Each and every project of Robinsons Land Corporation has let to the rise of thriving, harmonious communities, in line with JG Summit’s vision to make life better for the Filipino nation.


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This Mall Helps Make Commuting Safer & Greener in Mandaluyong

by Robinsons Land And JG Summit Teams | Sep 4, 2020

Going out—whether to buy necessities, to eat out with friends or loved ones, or simply to get to work—hasn’t been as easy or convenient as it once was since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic.

To help bring a sense of normalcy back into people’s daily lives, Robinsons Malls has partnered with the Mandaluyong Transport Service Cooperative to address the needs of its shoppers and the commuting public. For those clamoring for better transportation options, a modernized e-jeepney terminal at Forum Robinsons has been set up to serve those commuting along the Forum Robinsons Complex-Kalentong/JRC route in Mandaluyong.

From left: Paul Evaristo, Transport HR; Alvin Tolosa, Transport Operations Manager; Artemio Beluan, Mandaluyong Transport Service Cooperative chairman; Karl Colonia, RLC Mall Operations Manager; and Raymie Delos Reyes, RLC Transport Head. 

Trips are scheduled at 30- to 40-minute intervals with operations throughout the week, from Monday to Sunday. Practicing the recommended physical distancing, each e-jeep can accommodate a maximum of 13 passengers. As a safety measure required by the local government, the transport group installed plastic barriers between passengers and requires all passengers to sign their safety manifest for proper contact tracing.

The e-jeeps can pick-up passengers along the way, but drop-offs can only be made at designated jeepney stops to minimize delays and help maintain the smooth flow of traffic.

While commuters stand to benefit greatly from the Robinsons Malls and MTSC partnership, it will also provide a boost to jeepney sector that has been affected by the current health crisis. Notably, the e-jeeps also are a big step forward in promoting a more environment-friendly mode of transport, doing their part to minimize pollution on Metro Manila’s roads.

Robinsons Land ARTABLADO Announces First National Painting Competition Winners

The pandemic has forced everyone into a state of reflection due to isolating and being an artist it’s not the worst place to be since this is where they usually create work. And with Robinsons Land ARTablado’s first ever National Painting Competition, staying in and getting lost in making art is such pure bliss.

The list of inspiration is endless as the theme of the competition is “Create” which is defined as “to bring something to existence”. It serves as the first step in Robinsons Land Corporation’s (RLC) campaign to illustrate the beauty of the Philippines, showcase the future of arts, share Filipino culture and festivities, and create awareness and open the eyes of the Filipinos on environmental changes.

Robinsons Land ARTablado received a total of 94 entries for both Representational and Non-Representational category made by the young and young-at-heart around the country. From there, the Top 25 finalists for each category were selected and among it were the Top 3 winners. Surely, the panel of judges based their scores on beauty, skill, inherent meaning, uniqueness, and fulfilled intent.

“Kanlungan ng Lahi” by Ambrocio Mallari

Here are the official winners for both categories and their prizes: 1st Prize, Kanlungan ng Lahi by Ambrocio Mallari and The Soul of Happiness by Romer Kagayutan – both of them will be given a solo exhibition at ARTablado, Robinsons Galleria and receive P60,000 cash, an overnight stay in Summit Ridge Tagaytay, and a plaque; 2nd Prize, Inang Kalikasan Ibigin at Pagkaingatan by Froilan Galpo and Imbak sa Bulaklak by Elbert Caballero –  they will receive P40,000 cash, overnight stay in Summit Chimes Greenhills, and a plaque; For the 3rd Prize, Usbong at Silakbo ng Kalikasan by Nino Cris Odosis and Isang Libo Apatnaraan at Apatnapung Pagasa by Dante Bon Verano – each of them will receive P20,000 cash, an overnight stay at Summit Magnolia, and a plaque. On the other hand, the remaining 44 finalists will receive P4,000 cash each.

“The Soul of Happiness” by Romer Kagayutan

Let’s get to know the judges: First is Mr. Nemesio “Nemi” Miranda, known as the “Father of Imaginative Figurism”, owns the Nemiranda Art House Family Museum to promote art in his hometown. Second, Mr. Carlos “Totong” Francisco II, the grandson of renowned muralist and National Artist, Carlos “Botong” Francisco and a full-time artist since 1996. Third, Ms. Maryrose Gisbert-Domingo, an Awardee for Ulirang Magdaleno for Arts and Culture awarded by the Mayor of Mandaluyong City, a member of Saturday Group of Artists, the Mandaluyong Artists League, the Art Association of the Philippines, and an instructor for Creative Hands Art Workshop. Fourth, Mr. Felix Dan S. Lopez, a seasoned Human Resources Executive in the Philippines and currently the Vice President for Human Resources of Cebu Pacific Air. Last but not the least, Ms. Roselle Allado, an art collector of contemporary pieces with more than 20 years of experience in the financial markets.

All entries definitely has meaning beyond being an image, it will bring you tears, make you laugh, or remind you of something you’d almost forgotten, it also stands out in the crowd and dares to be different. Art is incredibly powerful as it keeps the people going. Since our lives have changed dramatically and it can feel a little overwhelming at times, through this competition, Robinsons Land has found a way to bring hope, happiness, and encouragement to help them keep going during the difficult times.

To see the complete list of Robinsons Land ARTablado finalists and their entries, visit their official Facebook page:

Robinsons Land lists over Php13 billion 3-Year & 5-Year fixed-Rate Bond on PDEx

(July 17, 2020) – Robinsons Land Corporation (RLC) listed its P13.2-billion, 3-year and 5-year fixed-rate bonds due 2023 and 2025 with a coupon rate of 3.6830% and 3.8000% per annum on the Philippine Dealing and Exchange Corporation (PDEx) virtually held listing ceremony this morning, 17 July 2020.

The bond was strongly received enabling RLC to increase the issue size from Php10 billion to a total of Php13.2 billion.

We are very grateful of the market’s positive reception of our bond offer resulting to it being oversubscribed. It underscores the investors’ continued vote of confidence in the company’s strength and growth prospects”, said Robinsons Land Corp President and CEO, Mr. Frederick D. Go.

This is a result of our unwavering commitment to ensure that we will be able to consistently deliver value to our stakeholders. Amid the community quarantine, temporary business closure and other challenges that were brought upon by the pandemic, Robinsons Land remained resilient and agile, and emerged a stronger company”, he added during the ceremony.

Joint Lead Underwriters and Bookrunners were BDO Capital & Investment Corporation, BPI Capital Corporation, China Bank Capital Corporation, First Metro Investment Corporation and Standard Chartered Bank.

Robinsons Hotels & Resorts’ New Offerings for Guests’ Evolving Needs


Enjoy the privacy of your own 18-square-meter office space with rates starting at just Php16,000 net per month.

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused great disruption not only to the world’s economy but in the way people go about their daily lives. For people living and working in the city, they’ve had to adjust to situations such as having to work remotely or if they need to physically report to the office, contend with the worsening traffic or the unpredictability of the public transportation system.

To help address these situations, Robinsons Land Corporation’s hotel properties under its subsidiary Robinsons Hotels & Resorts have developed innovative products designed for the evolving needs of consumers in the “New Normal.”

These days, working remotely has proven to be a practical and convenient way for employees to get work done while they are away from their offices. The work-from-home set up has allowed many businesses to continue their operations while keeping employees safe and sound in the comfort of their own homes. At the Go Hotels and Summit Hotels chains, guests can enjoy the convenience afforded by the remote work arrangement through Robinsons Hotels & Resorts’ Working-On-the-Go Private Offices.

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Robinsons Land Net Income Expands by 82% to PHP3.34bn in 1QCY2020

(May 7, 2020) – Robinsons Land Corp. (RLC), one of the Philippines’ leading real estate companies, posted an 82% in net income growth to PHP3.34 billion from PHP1.8 billion in 1Q 2019.

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Going Online: Robinsons Land Innovates the Home-Buying Experience

RLC makes finding your next home easy & convenient, especially in the new normal.


Through digital catalogs and virtual tours, now available for viewing at, RLC offers an interactive way to showcase the company’s prime residential developments. Should a client express further interest in a property, these virtual tours can be complemented by an online meeting with a Robinsons Land property specialist for a more personalized experience. Unit reservations can be done from home by simply sending scanned copies of the required documents, a valid government ID, and proof of online payment of the reservation fee.

For more information, email, check out RLC’s official social media platforms on Facebook and Instagram, or visit

Bringing Robinsons Malls to Your Doorstep

As the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is still being felt in our cities, Robinsons Malls has made it much easier to buy essential items and food, especially for loyal mall goers who may be understandably wary of leaving the sanctuary of their homes. With their customers’ health, security, and utmost convenience in mind, Robinsons Malls introduces the RPersonal Shopper and RDelivery Programs.

Frontliners: Modern Day Heroes

Robinsons Malls’ security personnel nationwide safeguards the tenant spaces and mall premises during the lockdown.

Frontliner is often associated with soldiers during war but today, the word is used to identify workers who are still performing their duties during community quarantines and lockdowns across the globe. After all, these frontliners are also waging war against the threat of coronavirus disease 2019 or COVID-19.

In the Philippines, when the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) was imposed by the government in the whole Luzon island, most of the labor force were ordered to work from home. But for others, this was not an option. Today’s frontliners are composed of medical and healthcare workers, police officers, security guards, cashiers, warehouse staff, maintenance personnel, and others who continue to go to work and clock in despite the danger of the virus.

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RLC Breaks Ground of Campus One Office Building in Bridgetowne

Robinsons Land Corporation (RLC) recently broke ground for Campus One building in the company’s first destination estate, Bridgetowne.

The new campus is located in the Pasig City side of the development will be leased by FinAsia Land Development and Construction Corporation (FinAsia). The seat leasing company will occupy the three-story building with a total leasable space of 19,578 square meters (sqm). Robinsons Land Corporation and FinAsia executives attended the groundbreaking ceremony to officially signal the start the construction of Campus One. The office building is expected to be completed within the 3rd quarter of 2020.

We are delighted to contribute to the continued growth of Pasig City as a commercial district by building Campus One in Bridgetowne East. This will be the first of many exciting developments you can expect from our premier destination estate” said Jericho P. Go, General Manager for Office Buildings Division of RLC.

FinAsia selected Campus One for its expansion into Pasig City because of Robinsons Land Corporation’s excellent track record of delivering quality office projects” said Manuel E. Pangilinan, President, CEO, and founder of FinAsia.

Hongkong Land partners with Robinsons Land Corporation to reshape Philippine luxury property market

The Philippines’ luxury property market, long concentrated in traditional business enclaves, is expanding to new geographies, reshaping Metro Manila and its environs. Thanks to years of robust economic growth, new growth corridors have emerged within the city, creating new enclaves of prosperity.

This year, the bustling C5 growth corridor – long encircled by some of the country’s most exclusive private estates – welcomes an opulent entrant that would, no doubt, hasten the area’s gentrification. The Velaris Residences by RHK Land Corporation, a joint venture of local real estate expert Robinsons Land Corporation (RLC) and international property development leader Hongkong Land (HKL), is a 45-storey premium condominium development that would definitely redefine the eastern skyline with its distinctive concrete-and-glass look, metallic bronze and rose gold façade. Its iconic look is a hallmark of Hongkong Land, which brings its unparalleled expertise and global experience to The Velaris Residences.

A major listed property investment, management and development group, and a member of the Jardine Matheson Group, HKL owns and manages more than 850,000 sq. m. of prime office and luxury retail property in key Asian cities, principally in Hong Kong, Singapore, Beijing and Jakarta, as well as high quality residential, commercial, and mixed-use projects under development in cities across Greater China and Southeast Asia. Among its notable projects in the Philippines are premium properties One Roxas Triangle and Two Roxas Triangle in Makati, and Mandani Bay, a premium waterfront development in Cebu.

The Velaris Residences is the first project to be undertaken by RHK, showcasing the two proponents’ shared vision and experience, and is the forerunner of other developments that the joint venture will undertake in the Philippines. It will be launched on February 21, 2020, and is seen to transform the C5 corridor upon its completion in 2024.

Robinsons Malls Lingkod Pinoy Center now houses two Quezon City Business Centers

Robinsons Galleria’s Lingkod Pinoy Center

Robinsons Malls makes business transactions for its customers even more convenient and accessible as it recently opened its second branch of Quezon City Business Center in Robinsons Galleria’s Lingkod Pinoy Center.  The first  branch is located in Robinsons Novaliches and another will soon open in Robinsons Magnolia. 

The business center, located at Basement 2, Node 2 Parking Area, shall commence its operations on February 24 and shall be open from Monday to Friday,  8: AM until 3:30PM. The office will be offering the following services – collection of Real Property Tax; collection of Business Tax; assessment and payment of Real Property Tax; assessment and payment of Business Permit renewal; issuance of Certified Tax Declaration and Verification; payment for Individual Tax, Corporate Community Taxes, and Corporate Taxes and other taxes, fees and charges. 

The opening of the business center will not only benefit the shopping patrons of Robinsons Galleria but will also be beneficial to its mall tenants making it easier for them to pay their taxes and other fees on time.