New residential tower in Filinvest City unveiledDate: September 15, 2017
Gotianun-led property developer Filinvest Land Inc. has unveiled its second residential tower at residential condominium complex The Levels in Filinvest City.
The new tower, Burbank, brings to the property market 506 residential units priced for as low as P4.1 million to as high as P20 million targeting middle-income families and empty nesters, FLI said.
The residential units are targeted for turnover to buyers by the first quarter of 2021. A one-bedroom unit in the tower is sized at 36 square meters while a two-bedroom unit will have 57 square meters of living space.
“We are more eager to share the advantages of living here at The Levels. The project’s first building, the Anaheim Tower is more than 90 percent sold. With the launch of the Burbank Tower, we aim to provide more high-quality living spaces that suit our clients’ discerning tastes,” Francis Ceballos, Filinvest senior vice president for northeast cluster said in a press statement.
As a residential complex, The Levels features street-level shops and restaurants set in verdant landscapes. The launch of Burbank Tower follows a successful rollout of first building in this complex called Anaheim.
The project pitches “cosmopolitan living in a vibrant condominium community.”
Both residential towers at The Levels offer recreation and wellness activities, such as the clubhouse, swimming pools, game room, fitness center and function rooms. The complex also features unobstructed panoramic views of Southern Metro Manila and Filinvest City’s skyline. The Levels is situated within the 244-hectare Filinvest city.
FLI also announced the opening of The Levels sales hub at Pacific Rim corner Commerce Avenue of Filinvest City. This hub is envisioned to be a venue for the company to reach out to its clients and to showcase the attractive features of this residential complex.
“The sales hub will enable people to appreciate The Levels’ sophisticated living spaces, and how each unit is purposely designed for convenient and comfortable living,” Ceballos added.
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