- Grade A buildings are top of the line. They are often the location of the most sought-after office spaces or residential areas. Grade A buildings are typically brand new or if not, have gone through some type of redevelopment process. Major cities such as Makati, Ortigas and Taguig feature a slew of Grade A buildings as there is a high demand for them in the aforementioned prime locations. Some of the most common occupants of Grade A buildings include but are not limited to: banking institutions, law firms, investment firms, and the like as they need to showcase or portray an image of financial success. In Grade A buildings, there is no shortage of brass fixtures, glass fixtures, and impressive lobbies.
- Grade B buildings fall somewhat below the rank of Grade A buildings. In comparison to Grade A buildings, grade B buildings are secondary when it comes to their location, maintenance and facilities. Most companies make their home in Grade B buildings due to more cost-effective rent rates and higher supply and availability. While the materials used to construct Grade B buildings may not be as high quality as those used in Grade A buildings, they remain functional. Grade B buildings are also well-maintained and provide adequate facilities.
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KMC is an award-winning real estate services company. Headquartered in Bonifacio Global City, with over 150 employees involved directly in transactions for tenant representation, landlord representation, investments, and residential services.
We are recognized as the Best in Class Real Estate Agency in the Philippines and an exclusive international affiliate of Savills – a leading global real estate service provider listed on the London Stock Exchange (SVS: LSE). This provides the firm and its clients access to a global network of over 700 offices and 30,000 real estate experts throughout the Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific, Africa, and the Middle East.