Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Paseo Verde Will Soon Rise to Meet Condo Living Demands

According to data from the Department of Tourism, International tourist arrivals to the Philippines from January to August of 2013 grew to 3.18 million from 2.85 million for the same period a year earlier. By the year 2016, the Philippine government targets 10 million international tourist arrivals, and to serve this growing market, 20,000 new rooms must be built by then.

That only means more condo units must be developed to meet that demand.  That’s good news to our country right?  If you’re one of those who are sourcing out your own abode and might be thinking the supply for quality and comfortable living is not enough, fret not, LEED Inc. is here to be of service.

The construction of LEED Inc.’s first project, Paseo Verde in Real, remains on track as construction goes full-swing to complete the first tower of the 1.1-hectare mid-rise condominium project.

The first tower is targeted to be completed by the end of 2015, with turnover of units happening as early as the fourth quarter of 2015. Paseo Verde is expected to be a much-awaited landmark in Las Piñas, it will be the first, fully-integrated green community to rise in the area. It is located along Real St., Pulang Lupa Uno in Las Piñas City.

Paseo Verde boasts to set a green standard of living for its owners through its efficient, eco-friendly features – amenities that focus on green architecture and puts emphasis to the company’s three environment focus: Climate change, the Clean Air Act, and the safety and health of its residents.

Here are some top reasons why every family should get a unit at Paseo Verde at Real:
From energy-saving amenities, and unique structural layouts, Paseo Verde at Real’s green features will change the way we look at green living.

There are so many environment-friendly features to look forward to such as the energy-efficient streetlights which don’t make use of any electricity at all, and gets its energy from solar panels.

There’s also the rain catchment facility, which allow the whole development to make use of recycled rain water for grounds upkeep. Water from rain is used to clean the surrounding, and water the green patches at the lifestyle facilities. This will be placed in dead spaces of the development such as the ground underneath the driveway. This is a first in the country and no other developer has implemented this green feature before.

The project will also have a beautiful ‘rain garden’ located  near the building’s downspouts  – this serves as a natural water filter which means less water waste is thrown out of the drainage system, and in turn, lessening the chances of floods in surrounding areas during storm. 
Expect also the extensive use of recycled construction materials – strong recycled wood are utilized as door frames and door jams in various parts of the towers. Not only is this step environment-friendly, it also gives a refreshing and unique look to the whole development.
The layout of all three towers also ensure that indoor air quality is at its best: Pocket gardens that open to large air pockets in the middle of every residential floor ensure that fresh air circulate freely around the building. This removes the stifling feeling often associated with most condo developments.

The most unique feature of Paseo Verde at Real are the bike facilities that will be made available upon completion. Aside from bike lanes, there will be permanent bike racks where lovers of the activity can park their equipment safely.

The bike facilities, interestingly, are the biggest come-on of buyers. This is because the activity encourages residents to lead a healthier lifestyle by biking.
The location is also considered very convenient. Paseo Verde is very near the C5 Extension and the proposed LRT Extension – all set to be finished alongside the construction of the mid-rise development.

Model units now ready for viewing. Even the model units invoke nature to show future residents that LEED Inc’s vision of a green home also translate indoors. It makes use of natural materials such as wooden accents and flooring. Walls are also painted with light colors to maximize natural illumination coming in from every unit’s large windows. Wooden mobile cabinets also adorn these spaces, and the design is consistent to that of a charming and homey cabin.

Available model units include: 26.1sqm and 29.5sqm studio units; 38.25 one-bedroom; 51.13 two-bedroom, and a 66.55 three-bedroom, all depict an eco-friendly way of life for its future residents.  

The model units also give ideas on how to efficiently use space in condo living. The studio unit for example, makes use of a cabinet as both storage for the ref, and extra storage area for other things. This same cabinet is used as mount for the tv, while a half round table set against a wall serves both a compact dining area, or instant bar during small gatherings. 

 Friendly payment terms:
Every month, special payment terms are being offered to those who will avail of the early selling of Paseo Verde. Aside from freebies, it is also possible to avail of a unit without a reservation fee. LEED Inc., has partnered with major banks to help future residents find a comfortable payment scheme.

Currently, urbanites from the South and OFWs see Paseo Verde as the investment that they have been waiting for. 

Check out the Paseo Verde model units by visiting the site today. Paseo Verde at Real is accredited by the Building for Ecologically Responsive Design Excellence (BERDE) and a member of the Philippine Green Building Council for its steps towards promoting a sustainable community. The first tower turnover is scheduled in October, 2015. 

For more information, please call 854-1652.

1 comment:

Joy Felizardo said...

Dami na talagang tourists sa Manila and they are the ones getting these condo units...