Vista Residences, the condominium arm of the Philippines’ largest home builder, Vista Land, continues its streak in Manila with 11 mid- and high-rise developments that offer a premium in one’s quality of life, provides ease in movement, and enables pursuit of passions without the distress of changing from one location to another.
These structures, or vertical communities as they are called, are strategically located within the nation’s capital: four along España Boulevard-Sta. Cruz district, two along Legarda Street-Sampaloc district, and five along Taft Avenue-Malate district. Not only are they near schools, transport hubs, and retail, dining, and recreational spaces, within these buildings are common areas—reception lobbies, function halls, pocket gardens, and sky decks—that make it possible for residents and their guests to converge and spend time. Amenities such as swimming pools, gym with top-of-the-line equipment, and play areas amplify their physical and emotional wellness. Property management personnel, 24-hour security, and CCTV systems keep their safety in mind.
Traversing España Boulevard, one would come across Crown Tower University Belt and 878 España along the junction at G. Tolentino Street. The 26- and 37-storey developments are a stone’s throw away from University of Santo Tomas, Far Eastern University, and University of the East. Further along the diverging roads of Recto Avenue and A. Mendoza Street are Vista Recto and Bradbury Heights, both 36 storeys high, which offer a more contemporary take on university living. These vertical communities offer more dedicated areas to learning such as e-libraries and study halls, ideal for students looking for a place to reside in during the school year. On Legarda Street lies the eight-storey Vista Heights and Tennyson Heights, quaint buildings of studio units near Malacañang Palace.
Right along Taft Avenue is Vista Taft, a 39-storey ready-for-occupancy development for students of De La Salle University, College of St. Benilde, and St. Scholastica’s College. The sophomore opening in the district, 43-storey Vista GL Taft, on the other hand, is directly in front of University of the Philippines Manila, St. Paul University, and Philippine Women’s University. For its third development, Vista Residences named its 40-storey project after the Filipino flower that once grew in abundance on its perimeter—Plumeria Heights.
Being hailed as the best mixed-use development of the year by Lamudi affirms Vita Residences’ expertise in integrating residential and commercial capacities in a university setting through Kizuna Heights. A joint-venture partnership with real estate conglomerate Mitsubishi Estate Co., Ltd., Kizuna Heights offer spaces and amenities intertwining the elements of Japanese lifestyle with accessibility and necessities residents aspire for in the midst of bustling Manila. Lastly, Sky Arts Manila pays homage to old-world Malate, a renaissance of the district’s illustrious past at 45 storeys while transforming the cityscape to meet the needs of the present and beyond.
Vista Residences is developing vertical communities that integrate an unparalleled expertise in space planning and a knack for finding accessible and attractive locations such as Manila. With two decades of experience under its belt, the company is set on changing the skyline with its sustainable, innovative, secure, and future-proof towers rising past the horizon. For more information on Vista Residences, visit www.vistaresidences.com.ph, follow @VistaResidencesOfficial on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube, or get in touch at 0999 886 4262 and 0917 582 5167.