Combining the space-planning expertise of the country’s top architects, an innate knack for selecting accessible and attractive locations to fit the needs, budgets and lifestyles of Filipinos from all walks, Vista Residences, the condominium development arm of Vista Land & Lifescapes, the country’s largest homebuilder, entered the market in 2006. Since then, the trend of convenient and affordable mid-to-high-rise living has been on a boom, its many developments changing today’s urban lifescapes, especially in Makati and Quezon City.
Vista Residences recently topped off in Makati the elegant Mosaic at Greenbelt and the first tower of Laureano di Trevi on Chino Roces; Avant at the Fort and Crown Tower in Manila. Still another development, Madison Place in Quezon City was presented and turned over to buyers in December 2009.
“Vista Land debuted in residential condos only in 2006. After three years, it takes pride in its line-up of 12 condo projects that are now completed, under construction, or expected to rise in the near future,” said president and CEO Jing Serrano.
“Bringing all these projects under Vista Residences, as a corporate brand name, is a timely move signifying our commitment to assume a leading role in residential condo development. With brand consolidation, our residential condo projects will have a clearer and stronger market identity, projecting the size and scale of our offerings,” Serrano continued.
As 2010 started, Vista Residences is set to accomplish a series of milestones. Two new projects In Quezon City have been launched last January and February, consisting of the P5-B Wil Tower Mall in Quezon City across ABS-CBN and the second tower of Pinecrest New Manila, a community of three low-rise, expansive buildings peeking out from a forest of lush pine trees.
Another three to five more projects are in the pipeline for this year at the following areas: Quezon City. Mandaluyong City, Manila and Global City in Fort Bonifacio. “With this portfolio, we can rightly claim that Vista Residences is now one of the biggest condo developers in Makati and Quezon City,” says Red Rosales, Division Head of Vista Residences.