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5 Things to Love About Salcedo Square

Discover the perks of living in the newest building to dot Makati’s skyline

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Choosing to live within the city of Makati has its perks. While it can be challenging to navigate through its streets, the result can be rewarding in the end. Malls and commercial establishments can be found near the Central Business District, must-visit restaurants and hangout places are waiting to be discovered, and if you want a breather, parks and hidden enclaves are ready to welcome you too!

If you are thinking of moving into a new home soon, you may want to check out Salcedo Square, the newest condominium project by Vista Residences. Aside from its prime location, it has a bunch of amenities for you to enjoy. Here are five more reasons why you should consider this 33-storey high building as your future home:

It is very accessible 

Salcedo Square is surrounded by everything that you need. It is a stone’s throw away from malls like Glorietta and Greenbelt. If you’re thinking of rewarding yourself with a hotel vacation, you can easily choose among topnotch hotels like Raffles, Fairmont and Dusit, to name a few. Schools, hospitals, museums, and sports hubs are within arm’s reach too.

The different layout options

Salcedo Square was created to give homeowners a venue to express themselves and how they want to live. To live up to this promise, it gives options for each type and size of residence—giving owners the power to create a home that suits their lifestyle. The units range from studio units to one to three-bedroom homes. 

The amenities center and presence of commercial establishments

Since the home should serve as refuge after a tiring day at work, the amenities center will also have a swimming pool, garden patios, fitness gym, and a function hall. Meanwhile, if you’re too tired to go to the mall, the building’s ground floor will be turned into a commercial area that will house boutiques and cafes.

The tranquil vibe

The building is located along Leviste Street – in the heart of Salcedo Village’s quieter side. If you want to enjoy some “me” time – coffee shops are found within the vicinity and other food shops that might catch your fancy. You can also drop by the Salcedo Saturday Market to score a couple of finds. Sundays won’t be boring too as you can visit parks or jog around the area.

It comes with a key advantage for investors

Since many clients purchase units for investment purposes, Vista Residences has designed a selection of leasing options to help strengthen investment opportunities. The Leasing Group offers four leasing services such as Asset Management Service, Leasing Services Only, Serviced Suites, and the Condormitels —specifically created for the “University Series” condominiums.

For more details on Salcedo Square and other Vista Residences projects, visit their website or follow them on Facebook. Vista Residences is the condominium development arm of Vista Land.

In photos: Interior shots of a Salcedo Square unit. All photos are courtesy of Vista Residences. 

 

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