Set to rise just along EDSA, Urban Deca Towers offers commuters, students, young professionals a small, but convenient home away from home. By providing a space that is closer along the main thoroughfares in the Metro, the 42- storey condominium by mass housing developer 8990 Holdings Inc. will provide owners a better quality of life by helping cut down the commute time, to and from the office.
The Urban Deca Towers offers 1,148 condo units and mixed commercial spaces for a convenience store, laundry facility, gym and restaurants, as well as bigger common spaces for lounging and entertaining of friends. Each unit averages a 13.06 square meters and the semi furnished units will include an air conditioning unit, microwave oven, bed, cabinets and dinette for two.
This is the perfect investment for the working individual who would like to transfer his rental and transportation expenses into property that he will eventually own.
To ensure the safety and convenience of the owners, 24-hour security and CCTV cameras will be installed. And to service the entire 42 storeys, the building will be equipped with four high-speed elevators. For owners with vehicles, a four level basement parking with 156 slots will also be made available.
According to the developer, the residential towers are marketed towards the lower middle class segment (office workers, sales clerks, etc.) who spend much on transportation expenses and housing rental. “Instead of renting and spending on transportation, our clients can transfer that budget into investing in a unit of their own. The monthly amortization for Urban Deca Tower is around 7,500 pesos so there is no disruption for the budget of our buyer,” said 8990 Holdings president and CEO Januario Jesus Atencio. “They can earn from it, too, in the future should they want to rent it out “
The project is expected to be finished by the third quarter of 2017 and is now available at pre-selling for P875,000 pesos.