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Manila turns luxurious with the rise of London-themed condo

06:07 PM December 04, 2014

Perspective2MANILA, Philippines — Empire East, renowned real property developer in the metro, transforms the city landscape as it brings a slice of London in Sta. Mesa, Manila, with the rise of its newest residential development, the Covent Garden.
Incorporating the international charm of London’s renowned tourist attraction, Covent Garden serves as a modern landscape that breathes life and color into the culturally rich vicinity of Manila. A vicinity that was once proudly owned by the old-rich Filipinos and ran by the discerning elite is now restoring its momentum to be one of the most luxuriant cities – running after, and even exceeding the ebullience of its neighboring hubs.
“Once this project progresses, everyone will see a different part of Sta. Mesa. Being a strategic location, all it needs is a development ready to cater to the first class lifestyle.”, says Empire East President Atty. Anthony Charlemagne C. Yu.
Covent Garden is located at 3880 Santol Ext., Brgy. 587 Sta. Mesa, Manila – boasting with two high-rise towers that are filled with available executive studio, one bedroom, two bedrooms, and bi-level living spaces. Because of its closeness to the LRT2 stations that instantly connects to the university belt and the Central Business Districts, it is being considered as an ideal residence for students and working professionals alike.

You can have your own for as low as P6,600 monthly. For more information, call 810-3333 or Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/empireeastofficial. advt

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