Because buying a house you can’t afford spells as much misfortune as when you buy one with windows that are facing a wall, it is important that your developer really understands that co-housing and communal living don’t compromise what really matters.
At Laselva by Primehomes, a high-end residential community in a premier address in Capitol Hills Quezon City, community is important in building homes.
Nestled right smack at the center of it all, Laselva is wedged inside Quezon City’s
high-end residential neighborhood, next to Ayala Hillside Estates, Ayala Heights, Alpha Village and Capitol Hills Golf and Country Club.
Exclusive and walkable
Laselva developer Primehomes Real Estate Development Inc. understands that a good home is as much defined by its amenities as by its walkability, accessibility and the neighborhood’s character. That is why, at the outskirts of this exclusive community are major educational institutions (Ateneo de Manila University, University of the Philippines Diliman and Miriam College), major hospitals, an upcoming Starbucks cafe within the development, malls (SM North Edsa, Trinoma, UP Town Center) and other recreational places (Celebrity Sports Plaza, Capitol Greenstreet Commercial Center and San Antonio Place Capitol Hills). Equally advantageous is its accessibility to central business districts of Quezon City, Eastwood and Ortigas.
Urban botanical feel
When everything is going skyward, the great real estate race is usually about defining the skyline. Think mega projects that grow cities but squeeze out green spaces. But not for sustainability-minded real-estate brands like Laselva by Primehomes Capitol Hills.
Laselva brings back nature to the urban living core by investing in spaces where, more than any element of living, fresh air and nature are a lifestyle statement: Linear Park and Parque Verde (main amenity) and Palma de Anahaw, a clubhouse that gives an “urban botanical feel” to the community.
From day one of its development, Primehomes integrates its green goals, sustainability and its aspiration to improve the quality of life of its customers.
At a time when land is oversaturated and several houses occupy a tiny piece of land, many people don’t own a house but only a space. As a result, people live big in tiny spaces. Laselva, though, takes exception to the rule by adding premium to the room sizes (studio premier, one-bedroom, two-bedroom). With only 12 units per floor, spaces aren’t uncomfortably tight to capacity.
All this, at a fraction of record prices people are willing to pay to find a respite from the city. Instead, for a reasonable amount, one enjoys the pleasures of living in an exclusive part of Quezon City.