Primehomes Real Estate Development, Inc. (PREDI) ramps up the holiday festivities as it officially opens the giant Christmas lantern in Capitol Hills, Quezon City. The giant lantern is open to the public who wishes to view or take photos.
The giant lantern sits atop Casa Hardin, which is an interactive park for the residing community. Casa Hardin boasts of a variety of commercial options in its Sales Pavilion ideal for Christmas shopping. Visitors may also visit and explore the nearby Christmas bazaar to enjoy classic Filipino delicacies and products.
“At the nativity, the star that shone the brightest led to the best destination. This is what our giant lantern symbolizes. Creating purposeful spaces is at the heart of Primehomes, and with the giant lantern display at Casa Hardin, we hope to provide Filipino families with a new festive place to celebrate the magical spirit of the holiday without needing to leave Metro Manila,” said Primehomes Marketing Head Grace Feliciano.
Kicking off the annual tradition of Primehomes festivities, Casa Hardin is donning a Filipino-inspired theme this year, with the giant Filipino parol as the main attraction. The space was designed to champion the rich culture of the country so visitors can feel the spirit of Christmas the way Filipinos celebrate it.
Adding to the vibrancy of the place, Primehomes also decorated Casa Hardin with a thousand Capiz lights to heighten the holiday cheer, giving the park a daylight atmosphere even at night.
“Primehomes finishes off its year of notable achievements with a special Christmas treat to Filipinos. We Pinoys celebrate this season like no other country does. Christmas is essentially embedded in our culture, and we’d like to invite everyone to come to Casa Hardin,” Feliciano added.
Visitors are advised to visit Casa Hardin at dusk hours to chance upon the giant lantern at its peak alongside a view of the clear dark sky. It also serves as a perfect spot to visit right after Simbang Gabi to delight in the spirit of the holiday. Primehomes’ Christmas lights display, including the giant Pampanga lantern, is on display until mid-January 2023.
The 20-foot tall and 20-foot wide lantern was designed by lantern makers in San Fernando, Pampanga’s famous annual lantern-making competition as a celebration of the city’s Lantern Festival. Pampanga is deemed the Christmas capital of the Philippines, known for its world-class local lantern-making industry.Primehomes is a comprehensive real estate development enterprise that sets a tradition of excellence in the real estate industry through responsible urban building and developments. To learn more about Primehomes, visit https://www.primehomes.com.ph/.