BY RUELLE ALBERT D. CASTRO
[ Malaya.com.ph ] December 2, 2011
Eton Properties Philippines Inc. is now starting the residential component of its 12-hectare mixed-used development Eton Centris in Quezon City, unveiling a two-tower condominium as an initial offer after completion of the mall.
Company officials said they expect the construction of the first tower of One Centris Place by 2013, and the turnover by 2015.
The project has 1,311 one- and two-bedroom units.
The single-bedroom unit is priced at P2.1 million. The two-bedroom units go for P3.6M
Amortization starts at P12,000 a month.
The master-planned residential project will house retail stores for its ground floor.
"One Centris Place promises residents a comfortable lifestyle in an exceptional location. The project answers increasing demand for a strategically-located address in Quezon City", said Danilo Ignacio, Eton president.
Ignacio said One Centris fits into the pocket of end-users who are the most in need of privately-owned dwellings in Metro Manila, as the lack of land limits the development of houses and lots.
Ignacio said living in condominiums then becomes imperative for individuals and families who want to stay within Metro Manila to be close to their workplace.
One Centris boasts of being within the "gateway" to Quezon City’s Triangle Park Central Business District, said to be the next major central business district in Metro Manila.
One Centris Place will provide a dynamic lifestyle in the heart of Quezon City’s upcoming Triangle Park CBD, Eton said.
Since starting operations four years ago, Eton Properties has launched a total of 43 projects.
The company was recognized as one of the top 10 developers in the Philippines by BCI Asia Inc. The company was one of the three finalists for the Sales and Marketing Team of the Year Award in the recently-concluded 2011 Asia CEO Awards, a leading business awards program in Southeast Asia.
Eton’s portfolio of launched and completed projects encompasses residential, commercial, office projects and township developments.