Filinvest recently introduced Studio 7, a new mixed-use project located in Quezon City designed to cater to the wants and needs of Filipino millennials.
According to Mai C. Yang, Filinvest Assistant Vice President for high-rise building, millennials (individuals born between the early 1980s and the early 2000s) are a large market to tap. “They are actually outgrowing the Generation X and even the Baby Boomers and we feel that in the next 10 years, the millennials will now be our investors for real estate developments,” she said during the sneak peek of the project, which was held simultaneously with the blessing of the showpad.
Studio 7 is conveniently located in Quezon City, Metro Manila’s largest city and a growing business district with almost 30 shopping complexes, more than 50,000 retail establishments, and over 15 universities and colleges. It is also highly accessible due to its proximity to LRT and MRT stations. Its location, according to Filinvest, stays true to the development’s tagline, “Being at the center is the new modern.”
Studio 7 definitely has what it takes to cater to the hectic and active lifestyle of the millennials in under just a single address. Aside from having one tower each for residential and office units, the condominium also hosts the three-storey Studio 7 Mall, which has a supermarket, bistros, cafés, and various establishments.
The 17-storey residential tower is composed of 459 units ranging in size from 18 to 23 square meters. Residents can exclusively enjoy a lap pool, relaxing area for fitness and wellness, mezzanine lounge for meetings and chill sessions, yoga deck, podium garden, multi-purpose ballroom, function rooms, and the juice bar and a sky garden, which are both located at the roof deck.
Just a few steps away from the residential tower is the Studio 7 Mall that offers amenities a millennial might need, including restaurants, retail shops, and a supermarket. It also houses Studio 7’s Chill Pad, which is envisioned to become a hip hangout spot for young people.
Filinvest executives led by Steve C. Chien, senior vice president and Metro Manila Cluster head (2nd to the right), and Mai C. Yang, assistant vice president, (right) and Elton Peralta, project head, introduce new mixed-use project for the millenials called Studio 7.