Why Torre Lorenzo remains on top of its game
Understandably so, as it spared no expense—even at the onset—in putting up the first premium university residence in the Philippines back in the ’90s. Such a bold move to upgrade student living facilities in the country only cemented its status as one of the most trusted upscale developers today.
From its first project, 1Torre Lorenzo along Taft Ave., TLDC’s portfolio has since expanded to include 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, near University of Santo Tomas, Far Eastern University and University of the East.
Soon to be added to its portfolio is Torre Lorenzo Loyola along Rosa Alvero St. in Loyola Heights, just across Ateneo de Manila University and near Miriam College and University of the Philippines Diliman, which is just 3 kilometers away.
Being in this business of building premium university residences for nearly two decades, TLDC has clearly shown it has the expertise and capability. And it’s evident in the project’s features, which were designed to provide students a different kind of comfort, convenience, security and ease of access especially with the worsening traffic conditions in the metro.
Each amenity was carefully and purposedly selected to ensure that the students’ needs, whether for school or recreation, are aptly addressed.
For instance, TLDC makes it a point that every development has generous living, learning and recreational spaces to support a healthy academic and social life. These include collaboration spaces, WiFi-enabled study areas, high-end gym facilities, indoor pool for health and fitness, multipurpose function rooms, a basketball court, sky deck garden, exclusive study rooms and a visitor’s lounge.
Security is a top priority for TLDC, too, designed to give the parents a sense of peace that their children are safe and sound within the confines of the student high-rise building.
A unique feature introduced by TLDC is the radio-frequency identification (RFID) card. Whenever student-residents tap their RFID access cards to enter the premises, a text message will be sent to the parents informing them of the arrival their child. Parents can dictate how many visitors their child can have in the room. All TLDC projects also have 24/7 security and emergency hotline, 24/7 resident assistance and CCTV cameras in common areas. Smoke detectors and fire sprinklers are installed in every unit.
TLDC’s locations provide significant convenience for the students as its projects are not only near schools but also banks, restaurants, coffee shops, bookstores, convenience stores and laundry facilities.
To continue providing the market with its distinct brand of residences, TLDC has partnered with the best in the industry, from construction companies to architectural design firms, who have all lent their expertise to help develop the country’s premium university residences.
The renowned teams behind every TLDC project considered the fast-paced but youthful lifestyle of student-residents. Every room is spacious enough to give students a sense of home, while the development itself is conducive enough for them to study and thrive. The teams also recognize personal space as a vital detail in giving residents a spacious sanctuary despite co-habitating with others.
TLDC’s premium university residences are predominantly modern yet these offer the welcoming warmth of home. The abundance of vivid colors and green patches were added to boost creativity among students.
Despite having achieved much in this field, TLDC seems to be raring to do more, with its aggressive expansion plans that will bring its signature style to its other developments.
Given TLDC’s keen sense of style as well as the high quality and structural integrity of its projects, it comes as no surprise that TLDC remains on top of its game.
Subscribe to INQUIRER PLUS to get access to The Philippine Daily Inquirer & other 70+ titles, share up to 5 gadgets, listen to the news, download as early as 4am & share articles on social media. Call 896 6000.