Situated across the University of the Philippines in Manila, the Philippine General Hospital, and close to De La Salle University, Vista Taft 1344 is aimed at college students looking to live close to school.
A project by Vista Land and Lifescapes, the condominium has 759 units expected to rake in P1.7 billion.
The units measure 21 square meters on average, and are pegged at P125,000 per square meter as of pre-selling stage. Groundbreaking is set in November 2015; turnover is scheduled in December 2019.
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Vista Taft 1344 is the latest entry in the property firm’s “university project series.” Comprised of four earlier projects, the series provides condominium living in prominent university belts in the metro. To date, the company has two condos near the University of Sto. Tomas (Crown Tower University Belt and 878 España); another, beside the De La Salle University in Taft (Vista Taft); and one that sits across Ateneo de Manila University and Miriam College in Quezon City (Vista 309 Katipunan).
Vista Land’s residential arm, Vista Residences, emphasized upon the benefits of a “home away from home” for students.
“The greatest benefit of living near your school is that it gives you time to focus more on your studies,” stated Elizabeth Kalaw, the company’s division head. With no transportation costs nor time to take into account, these residences, said Kalaw, “[give] you an ample amount of rest time and the right amount of energy to keep up with your school activities without having to worry about curfew or the availability of vehicles for you to get home.”