Making the right investment with The Acropolis Loyola

There may be no better time to invest in real estate than now.The Philippine economy is poised for sustained, strong growth on the back of an aggressive infrastructure spending among other reasons, while the overall climate for investments is seen to remain favorable as well. The real estate industry is even forecasted to flourish in the Year of the Metal Rat.

It may, indeed, be time to start looking into the different possible property options that will be well worth your hard-earned investment.

One such choice is the new and exciting offering from Sta. Lucia Land, a new upscale residential village within a 40-hectare expanse straddling across portions of Quezon City and Marikina City.

The Acropolis Loyola by Sta. Lucia Land offers the modern urban dweller an exceptional lifestyle that seamlessly blends the best of both worlds because here, prime living means easy access to exceptional modern conveniences as well as the sought after laidback suburban living. On offer will be 308 residential lots with an average size of 300 sqm., as well as 14 commercial lots averaging 1,000 sqm. each.

Its future residents will enjoy smart, practical but world-class amenities such as swimming pool, covered basketball and tennis courts. Other features of The Acropolis Loyola include also a fully landscaped entrance gate with guardhouse, wide concrete road network, underground storm drainage system, as well as trees and mercury lamps along the roads.

What further makes it more exciting to live at The Acropolis Loyola is the fact that both Marikina City and Quezon City offer a rich history and culture, a haven for foodies, and even a sustainable urban community. Accessibility to most modern conveniences is also exceptional.

For instance, future residents will enjoy proximity to top universities and schools such as Ateneo de Manila University, Miriam College and University of the Philippines, which are all located in Quezon City; as well as St. Scholastica’s Academy Marikina. Large commercial and shopping complexes are nearby as well as hospitals and churches. Acropolis Loyola’s location also makes it easier for one to travel to some of the metro’s most popular landmarks, which are mostly half an hour away. These include the La Mesa Ecopark in Novaliches; Quezon Memorial Circle and Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Center, which are both located along the Elliptical Road in Diliman; as well as Art in Island in Cubao.

Once the planned infrastructure projects within and near these two cities are completed, future residents of The Acropolis Loyola can expect a more improved accessibility to key areas. Among the proposed infrastructure projects are the 414.9-meter Marikina-Vista Real Bridge, JP Rizal-Lopez Jaena Bridge, Mega Manila Subway, and the 5.76-km. Katipunan Ave. Extension Project.

For more details, contact Sta. Lucia Marketing at  8681-9999.


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