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Microstudio developer on point

To help tenants cope with the pandemic and added stress of living away from family, microstudio developer Point Blue recently rolled out a mental health initiative to look after the well being of its tenants.

Microstudio developer on point

The company’s thrust for mental health commenced with a webinar aimed at helping participants develop strategies to address times of extreme stress and anxiety.

Point Blue’s microstudio units have mainly catered to young professionals whose offices are located in Makati and Bonifacio Global City.

“Building mental resilience through uncertainty” was held in partnership with health support solutions provider Infinit Care. Participation in the webinar, was made available to each tenant across its six locations within the vicinity of Makati and Bonifacio Global City (BGC).

“As a community, the well being of our tenants has always been a priority for Point Blue,” said Point Blue CEO and Founder JR Yujuico.

Point Blue is a microstudio developer with a portfolio of almost 700 operational units across six properties in Makati City. Each property is strategically located within 1 to 2 kilometers of either the Makati or BGC CBDs, making convenience a possibility.

The company offers fully furnished microstudio units for single or double occupancy that range from P12,800 to P15,000 a month, inclusive of internet connection. 

Topics: coronavirus pandemic , Point Blue , mental health , microstudio units
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