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Phinma welcomes a fast-growing community near Sucat

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THE FAST and efficient construction at ASiA Enclaves Alabang allowed buyers of Sato buildings to move in and enjoy the development’s various amenities.

WITH THREE Asian-themed— Japanese, Thai and Indonesian—developments, ASiA Enclaves Alabang is a perfect address for start-up families, empty-nesters and young professionals.

The ASiA Enclaves Alabang is located on a 3.5-hectare property of land at Km 19, West Service Road Cupang, Muntinlupa City.

“We are happy to announce that the first phase, the Japanese-inspired Ohara Enclave, is now ready for occupancy. This is significant considering the construction started just a year ago. In fact, buyers of Ohara Enclave’s 7-story Sato IV residential building have already moved in,” said Phinma Properties president and CEO Willie Uy.

Phase 2 is the Thai-inspired Centara Enclave while Phase 3 is the Bali-inspired Tirta Enclave. The whole development has a total of 1,700 units.

A one-bedroom condo unit at ASiA Enclaves Alabang with a starting price at only P1.668 million and a 2-bedroom unit priced at P1.99 million (parking slot is available at P500,000) could be had for as low as P8,566 a month (based on a P1-million loan through Pag-Ibig).

These units are easily payable through Phinma Properties’ in-house financing as well as partner banks that offer low interest rates like BDO, RCBC, PS Bank and Security Bank.

Fast construction

The fast turnover of ASiA Enclaves Alabang may be attributed to the efficient construction method that Phinma pioneered and employed.

The process, which employs casts that are filled with reinforced concrete, creates more concentrated load-bearing structural walls that is much stronger than the one that use ordinary concrete hollow blocks.

“Traditionally, developers would construct walls and floors separately but with Phinma Properties’ casts single units are formed, could be stripped and repositioned the next day, thus, allowing for a quicker building time,” said Uy whose company is regarded as the country’s first and only triple-ISO certified developer in quality, safety and environment.

Uy said this allowed the company to offer its luxury units at a more affordable price range. “We are the only one in the broad B and C market segment that offers luxury at such an affordable value,” he reiterated.

Strategic location

Because of ASiA Enclaves Alabang’s strategic location right beside Hillsborough Village and between Alabang and Dr. A. Santos Avenue (Sucat) Slex exits, going to Alabang Business District, Bonifacio Global City  in Taguig City, and the Makati Central Business District is much more convenient even during the morning and late afternoon rush hours.

“Renowned educational institutions such as Parents for Education Foundation (Paref) Southridge School for Boys, Paref Woodrose School for Girls, Southville International Schools and Colleges, San Beda College Alabang and De La Salle Zobel are also very accessible from ASiA Enclaves Alabang via West Service Road which connects to Alabang-Zapote Road and Sucat exit.

Malls and recreational areas such as Starmall Alabang, Festival Supermall, Alabang Town Center, SM Southmall, South Supermarket, Puregold and Madrigal Business Park make ASiA Enclaves the top choice for young professionals, families, and couples living in the South of Metro Manila,” Uy enumerated.

He added that there is an on-site showroom for those interested buyers (phinmaproperties.com) with visiting hours between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. every day.


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