TLDC creates perfect home for students
Torre Lorenzo Development Corp. (TLDC), the pioneer in premium university residences, is expanding its portfolio once again, and this time it is heading north.
Soon to rise in Katipunan, Quezon City, is Torre Lorenzo Loyola, TLDC’s sixth student high-rise in the metro.
Student-centric residential developments have become a trend among local real estate
developers. It may be a niche market but there is steady demand for such type of housing, according to Colliers International Philippines. TLDC, however, has been building condominiums designed especially for students for nearly two decades already, way before student condos became a trend.
Staying true to TLDC’s objective to afford its residents the convenience of proximity to their respective universities, Torre Lorenzo Loyola will be nestled along Rosa Alvero St. in Loyola Heights, just across Ateneo de Manila University and near Miriam College. University of the Philippines Diliman is nearby at merely 3 kilometers.
Review centers MSA Academic Advancement Institute and Ahead Tutorial Center are a few meters away as well.
Aside from being situated near the country’s top institutions of learning, TLDC’s latest offering is well within reach of neighborhood groceries, restaurants and shops. Rustan’s Supermarket, Robinsons Easymart Katipunan and UP Town Center are all within walking distance, too.
The 35-storey Torre Lorenzo Loyola will no doubt be just as meticulously planned as TLDC’s other premium student residents to cater to the needs of its residents. Homeowners and investors can choose from two unit types, studio and one-bedroom. Units range from 21 sqm to 40.75 sqm and come furnished with a kitchen, select bathroom fixtures, and wardrobe closet, among others.
As in other Torre Lorenzo student condominiums, safety is ensured given the property’s RFID access with “parent notification” feature. There is also a 24/7 security and emergency hotline, 24/7 resident assistance and CCTV cameras in circulation areas. Smoke detectors and fire sprinklers are installed in the units as well. Parents are therefore promised peace of mind and can sleep well at night knowing that their children are safe at Torre Lorenzo Loyola.
All study and no play makes even the brightest student a dull one, and Torre Lorenzo Loyola is equipped with well-thought-out amenities to give students the study-life balance they need and also aspire for. The property features a swimming pool, fitness center and sky deck garden. Residents can have friends over at the visitor’s lounge.
As with other TLDC university residences, WiFi-equipped study lounges are provided for the convenience of students. Residents can accommodate their schoolmates for group projects at the discussion rooms. Another WiFi-equipped study lounge will be available at the sky deck, though exclusively for residents—perfect for those times when the students get tired of studying within the confines of their units, and need a breath of fresh air and a change of scenery.
Currently, TLDC’s ever growing portfolio includes 1Torre Lorenzo, 2Torre Lorenzo and 3Torre Lorenzo, all a stone’s throw from De La Salle University, DLS-College of Saint Benilde and St. Scholastica’s College in Manila; Torre Lorenzo Malate, near University of the Philippines Manila and St. Paul University Manila; and Torre Lorenzo Central, located near University of Santo Tomas, Far Eastern University and University of the East.
Soon enough, Torre Lorenzo Loyola will add to this list of living spaces that students can call their home away from home—a premium residential development which does not only afford comfort and security but also promises to be the best investment.