At a time when convenience is at the top of every homebuyer’s checklist, condominiums have become a popular housing option. Interestingly, even those located outside the metropolis are looking at living in high rises given the creature comforts that these developments offer.
One property developer that brings a considerable selection of vertical developments to the market is Suntrust Properties Inc. The trusted builder has been creating exceptional yet value-for-money homes in masterplanned communities in strategic locations for many years now. Its motto, in fact, is to build a home for every Filipino.
Boasting premier condominium projects in Quezon City, Manila, Mandaluyong and Pasig, Suntrust has brought the “high life” as far as Baguio and Davao. In the summer capital of the country, it has created Suntrust 88 Gibraltar, The Mist Residences and The Sofia Terraces. In Davao, Suntrust, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Megaworld Corp., offers One Lakeshore Drive and Two Lakeshore Drive.
Mediterranean-inspired living awaits residents at Suntrust 88 Gibraltar in Baguio City, as well as easy access to many of Baguio’s well-known landmarks and tourist favorites. The two-tower development’s strategic location along Gibraltar Road provides its homeowners both modern conveniences and that rustic, laid back vibe that only the City of Pines can offer.
The Mist Residences along Marcos Highway, Bakakeng Central, is Suntrust’s second premier residential high-rise in Baguio City. The eight-story modern condo comes complete with amenities such as a zen garden, viewing deck, daycare, function room and fitness gym.
Vertical village The Sofia Terraces along Naguilian Road promises a breathtaking view of Baguio’s sweet-smelling pine trees during the day and twinkling city lights at night. There’s a spacious podium level where families can relax and a landscaped open space suitable for entertaining guests.
In Davao, One Lakeshore Drive and Two Lakeshore Drive are nestled within the masterplanned 11.2 ha Davao Park District in Lanang. Here, residents get to bask in the live-work-play-learn township lifestyle amid state-of-the-art office buildings, a lifestyle mall and learning center right beside an 8,000 sqm man-made lake.
Suntrust has made it its duty to build communities that are a delight to come home to. It takes into account the needs and wants of the Filipino homeowner, from sensible amenities and ample living spaces to proximity to essential services. It does not believe that just because it offers modestly priced residential developments, it is excused from providing its residents with features and facilities that are usually just found in much more expensive developments – fitness facilities, swimming pools, landscaped gardens and aesthetically pleasing common areas.
The property developer knows how much its residents value time, convenience and cost efficiency. Whether its vertical community is located right in Metro Manila, Baguio City or in Metro Davao, Suntrust has seen to it that it is built along major thoroughfares, within minutes of essential shops and services and important places of interest. One does not need to worry about having access to schools, hospitals, commercial establishments and business hubs. Moreover, a Suntrust property always has a retail component for the comfort and benefit of its homeowners.
Beyond building an impressive portfolio of vertical communities, Suntrust’s expansion outside Metro Manila allows more Filipinos access to even more housing options and opportunities. Home ownership, whether one is in Manila, Baguio or Davao, is not too far off on the horizon with a reputable real estate developer like Suntrust.
The Mist Residences along Marcos Highway, Bakakeng Central, is Suntrust’s second premier residential high-rise in Baguio City. The Sofia Terraces along Naguilian Road promises a breathtaking view of Baguio’s sweet-smelling pine trees during the day and twinkling city lights at night.
The Sofia Terraces features a landscaped open space suitable for entertaining guests.
Philippine Daily Inquirer: Din M. Villafuerte, October 21, 2023