Livingsprings Communities Realty and Development Corp., a premium boutique real estate developer, officially unveiled 10 Acacia Place with a showcase of the condominium showroom.
Featured in the 40.8-sqm, one-bedroom space done in a beautiful, Pacific modern design are a common room, kitchen, bathroom and the bedroom.
Monique Albert-Lopez, development designer and Livingsprings managing director and principal architect of M.Cal Architecture and Design, said the Pacific modern aesthetic is light, easy to clean and maaliwalas (airy) looking.
With its high ceilings, glass and wood finish, Filipinos around the country will get a tropical feel in the comfort of their own homes.
Besides the one-bedroom units, 10 Acacia Place also offers studio and two-bedroom units that can easily be reconfigured to its residents’ specifications.
It is a conventional space that is very flexible and easy to turn into a space that best fits its future residents.
“The designs are very flexible. With a few moves, you can actually turn a one-bedroom unit into a two-bedroom unit by adding a sliding door here, a sofa here, a table and some chairs,” said Albert-Lopez.
She pointed out that Livingsprings makes it easier for consumers to maximize the apartment without the hassle of moving to a larger area.
Along with a breathable space and environment, the place saves space for the needs of consumers for a lush yet comfortable lifestyle.
An award-winning project
Also known for winning the Best Apartment and Condominium in the Philippines and the Architecture Multiple Residences, two categories at the 2019 Asia-Pacific Property Awards held in Thailand, 10 Acacia Place is a testament to the high standards of its developers.
“It is a joy that our hard work has paid off, and it is even more special because it is our first time to join a competition,” Albert-Lopez shared.
Located at 21″ Avenue, Barangay Tagumpay, Quezon City, 10 Acacia Place is the lowest-density residential development in Quezon City with 184 units available throughout 10 floors, giving a sense of privacy and familiarity with the place and its people.
It also offers commercial spaces in front of the condominium for the residents to put up stores and businesses near them.
“Let’s say you can put a convenience store or a dental clinic. It’s an ongoing lifestyle; you live here, you work here, then visit your kids. It’s the kind of life that we want them to experience,” Albert-Lopez said.
The condo is strategically located within the reach of commercial and essential places of work, study and leisure. It has easy access to top schools: Ateneo de Manila University (2.2km), La Salle Greenhills (4.2km), University of the Philippines (5.4km) and Miriam College (6.4km). For leisure, located nearby are Gateway Mall (1.8km) and Eastwood, Libis (3.3km).
It has a swimming pool, gym, children’s play area, lounge area, jogging path, gazebos and a scenic function hall.
For safety and maintenance, it offers 24-hour security with technical and maintenance services, an automatic fire safety system and emergency power support.
Lily Chan, CEO of Livingsprings Communities, said, “We are excited to unveil the showroom of our newest project, 10 Acacia Place. We invite all Cubao and Quezon City residents, retirees, investors and parents from all over who would like to invest in a home for themselves or their children to come and visit.”
By 2022, the 10 Acacia Place can finally come to life and prove that the taste of comfort can also be found in the middle of the busiest and overflowing life of city living.
For more information on 10 Acacia Place, visit www.10acaciaplace.ph or contact +632 478 78 78 and +63917 171 10 10.