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Vista Residences builds homes for the long haul

by Jillian CariolaPublished: July 15, 2013Updated: December 2, 2014

Find out what factors make Vista Residences’ developments a worthwhile long-term investment.

These days, condo developments have changed the country’s residential landscape: more families are seeing how much closer they can be to everything when they live in a high-rise right in the middle of the city. What hasn’t changed, however, is their need to live in a place they know will last because of its location, design, and developer. And the ability to provide these is something in which Philippine real estate developer Vista Residences prides itself.

According to Vista Residences HRB Division Head Beth Kalaw, their success lies in being able to address these concerns positively. “First, as a subsidiary of Vista Land, we have proven our track record in developing and turning over communities in record time. Second, we only tap architecture and construction firms which are known to deliver topnotch service. Third, we only locate our developments in choice real estate sites, be it in a central business district or near interesting natural landmarks.”

To ensure that their condominiums display only the best aesthetic details, Vista Residences taps some of the most talented architects in the country, such as Arch. Felino Palafox, Arch. William Coscolluela (The Mosaic and KL Mosaic Towers), and Arch. Carmelo Casas, as well as international firms like RTKL Associates (The Symphony Towers and Wil Tower). Designs are unique in each building, but they all possess modern lines and expressive details that set them apart from other developers’ projects.

Vista Residences also lives by the adage “location, location, location,” and this is highlighted by the fact that their developments are found right in prime real estate areas, such as Ortigas (The Currency), Makati (The Gallery, Mosaic Tower, and KL Mosaic), and Taguig (Avant at the Fort). Aside from the potential for property appreciation, these locations keep residents close to the places that matter to them, such as offices, schools, and recreational centers.

Vista Residences’ The Currency is a residential and corporate development located at the corner of F. Ortigas Jr. Avenue (formerly Emerald Avenue) and Doña Julia Vargas Avenue. (Photo by Vista Residences)

Vista Residences’ Avant at the Fort can be found in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. (Photo by Vista Residences)

The quality of their developments is what keeps their residents loyal to their brand. Vista Residences Corporate Communications Head Emma Amores points out, “Some of our clients have actually grown in our subdivisions we have built in the ‘70s and ‘80s. Now that they are working and saving up for their own home, they choose to remain loyal to the brand by investing on a Vista Residences unit. They carry the associations of the home of their early years to the one that they will soon occupy.”

Adds Kalaw, “Indeed, we offer the best in brand, project and location. We offer the end users the chance to live in the best possible environment—beautiful, centralized, pride-inducing—but with a sensible price tag.”


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