Empire East Land Holdings is focused on building mid- to high-rise condominium residences in Metro Manila and single-detached houses in Laguna and other suburban areas. Listed on the Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE), the company was spun off from real estate giant Megaworld Corp. in 1994.
Empire East, which mainly serves the middle-income housing sector, pioneered “ transit-oriented condominiums” in the metro. By constructing residences near major thoroughfares and mass transportation systems like the MRT, Empire East allows people to enjoy convenience and mobility, as well as harmonious and well-planned surroundings.
Empire East continues to experience steady growth, reporting a net income of P89.3 million in September 2012, going up by 7.5 percent from the P83.07 million it posted during the same period in 2011. Among its ongoing projects are Pioneer Woodlands in Mandaluyong City and Kasara Urban Resort Residences in Pasig City. In July 2012, Empire East partnered with Japan-based Okada Group to develop a P45-billion upmarket condominium complex in Entertainment City along Manila Bay in Paranaque City.