Vista Residences unveils new residential high-rise in Makati

#MakatiCondo March 3, 2011

Salcedo SquareVista Residences is continuing to change the skyline of the country’s premier financial district, with the unveiling of its sixth and latest tower development in Makati. Set to rise in the city is Salcedo Square, a P1.5-billion project that will offer an urban oasis for young professionals seeking a home, a worthy investment, or both.

Located along L.P. Leviste St. in Salcedo Village, it is a 30-story development that consists of 409 units with choices of a studio or a one-bedroom unit. It is in the midst of a section of the city which is primarily a residential neighborhood. Within this area are parks and organic markets that offer a more relaxed atmosphere despite being near the country’s major commercial enterprises and financial institutions, as well as shopping, entertainment and dining enclaves.

Salcedo Square is another example of how the company is changing the landscape of the city. We have already invested P8 billion in the Makati projects alone, with Salcedo Square as the first high-rise development we have unveiled for 2011,” said Vista Residences division head Red Rosales.

“The property offers the best value for money in Makati with units that cost around P2 million per unit for only P12,750 a month. We have taken every step to ensure that the building features are guaranteed to be state-of-the-art, to service and secured unit owners. Furthermore, it will also be operated as a condotel which would benefit both residents and investors,” Rosales added.

Salcedo Square offers a full range of amenities that assures comfort for the urban dweller. One can cool down the day’s stress with a dip at the swimming pool. The Garden Patio offers a perfect spot for friends and neighbors to catch up with each other. A function room is available for intimate events while a fully-equipped gym will keep the residents in the best shape. Ater a day at work, the view of the city will soothe the stress away.

Construction is expected to begin by the first half of 2011. Its completion is expected by the second half of 2014