• Camella launches Alabang ‘vertical village’

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    Vista Land and Lifescapes Inc. has announced the launch of The Manors in Vista Alabang, its first “vertical village” under its flagship Camella brand, the company said in a statement.

    The “vertical village” is a community of 14 mid-rise (five-story) condominium buildings, located among Vista Land’s “communicity” developments just south of Alabang, accessible from the Daang Hari and the newly-openly Muntinlupa–Cavite Expressway.

    “The Manors promises holistic lifestyle to its residents with its unmatched access to commercial areas, innovative business districts, bustling expanse for learning and leisure, and more of life’s necessities,” the company said following an event for its sales force.

    “We in Camella continue to diversify to meet our customers’ varying needs and demands for affordable living spaces in most ideal locations. The Manors answers the needs of families, couples, young professionals, and property investors for value-for-money living spaces that are close to business and commercial districts,” explained Red Rosales, Vista Land’s Chief Marketing Officer.

    Each of the 14 condo towers includes family-friendly amenities such as children’s playground, swimming pool, Great Hall for meeting or parties, and walking paths. The buildings feature 30 square-meter studio units complete with modular kitchen, bathroom, and laundry area, Vista Land said.

    “With its strategic location, The Manors at Vista Alabang is guaranteed to earn great value over the years, making it a solid investment,” Rosales added.

    Apart from Vista Alabang, similar Manors projects will also rise in major cities and municipalities across the country, including Bacolod and Davao, the company said.

    Camella caters to the affordable to mid-income segment of the property market. To date, the group has built more than 300,000 homes in Mega Manila and 36 other key provincial destinations and 95 cities and municipalities.

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