Suntrust Asmara, another landmark residential development in Quezon City, formally opened its showroom and property management office recently.
Asmara, an Indonesian word meaning “love”, is set to be the career professional’s respite from the urban jungle with the wide spaces it offers. This condominium project provides for relaxation and recreation without compromising the conveniences and comforts of a home.
The three low-dense condominium towers adopted a contemporary design in line with the modern lifestyle of its residents. Strategically located along E. Rodriguez, Ave, Suntrust Asmara is your gateway to the best of Quezon City. Future residents of Suntrust Asmara will definitely have easy and convenient access to world-class St. Luke’s Medical Center and prime educational institutions like the Trinity University of Asia, St Joseph’s College, St. Paul University and De La Salle Greenhills, among others.
Given its strategic location, Suntrust Asmara is also just a short distance from major commercial and entertainment establishments in the heart of Quezon City. “We are always looking for the best location,” said Jerry Rubis, Suntrust Properties First Vice President for Sales, Marketing, and Training.
“We aim to have full-occupancy in Tower 1 beginning this month until September,” the FVP added.
The first tower was already completed last year while towers 2 and 3 are now nearing completion.
Suntrust makes sure to develop low-density condominiums to avoid an overly crowded community and give its homeowners the luxury of a comfortable lifestyle. Outdoor amenities include a lap pool, kiddie pool, lounge areas, pool deck, kid’s play area, a Zen garden, and jogging paths while indoor facilities include a fitness gym, gazebo-type multipurpose area, function rooms, sky garden, and a reception lobby for every tower.
Asmara features four unit types; Studio, 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom units with floor areas ranging from 26.70 sqm to 56.70 sqm. There will also be commercial areas in Tower 1.
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