How one developer responds to parents' needs | Lifestyle.INQ

OCTOBER 27, 2022

MANILA, Philippines – Parents want nothing but the best for their children.

They would often be seen going at great lengths to ensure that their children would live comfortably and securely, and that they get to enjoy the best that the world has to offer.

The reality, however, that every parent has to deal with is the fact that sooner or later, a parent must let the child go to study and explore the world. And when this happens, parents have no other choice but to ensure that their children would move in an environment that is safe, secure, convenient and extremely comfortable, much like the place where they have been brought up.

Little Baguio Terraces
Little Baguio Terraces

Trusted property firm Empire East Holdings Inc., fortunately, realizes the need to address such concerns. One particular development where parents can expect to get twice the good life their child deserves would be at the Little Baguio Terraces.

Promising to deliver more than just life’s basic necessities, Little Baguio Terraces, is expected to provide parents that much needed peace of mind knowing that their child is in a safe, secure and comfortable environment where they’ll be allowed to better focus on their school work and afford them time to also catch up on their hobbies and other interests.

“Little Baguio Terraces is a transit-oriented residential project designed for fathers like me who consider his children’s education a priority. This project offers residents, especially our children who are busy with school, the distinct advantage of being at the center of everything that they need to achieve a convenient and comfortable lifestyle,” said Empire East President and CEO Atty. Anthony Charlemagne C. Yu.

A father of two and a professor himself, Yu knows first hand the challenges that come with schooling. He knows all too well that the environment and the quality of living that a student has can significantly affect his or her performance in school. Yu thus believes that it is every parent’s duty to ensure that their children will reside in a sanctuary where they can easily relax and rejuvenate after a taxing day in school.

Strategically located along N. Domingo Avenue and Aurora Boulevard near San Juan’s Greenhills district, Little Baguio Terraces boasts of amenities and facilities that would make every student’s life a breeze.

“With its location, students need not bear with the long hours of traffic which is one of the major problems that my previous students had to deal with. Apart from its easy access to public transport and major roads, Little Baguio Terraces also has the advantage of being just minutes away via bus or jeep from Manila’s university belt, where prestigious academies for higher learning can be found,” Yu said.

“Little Baguio Terraces, I must say, is an urban sanctuary that every parent like me, and a professor for that matter, would like for their child to experience. From the amenities to the ease of commute that our children could enjoy, parents could not ask for anything more,” he added.

The six-tower Little Baguio Terraces is in the middle of two main thoroughfares—Aurora Boulevard in Quezon City, and N. Domingo Street in San Juan. One can access both ends through an exclusive 177-meter path that connects both main roads together, making each resident enjoy maximum convenience and accessibility to the vital hubs in both cities.

“Little Baguio Terraces is also located just right in between J. Ruiz and Gilmore Stations of the LRT-2 train line, making the commute to the east and west districts of the metro even more convenient,” Yu added.

Students and yuppies alike can also choose a start off point to the university belt in Manila, Recto-bound, where the University of Santo Tomas, University of the East, and Far Eastern University can be found. They can also hop on towards the university belt in Quezon City Katipunan-bound where Ateneo de Manila University and the University of the Philippines are located. This wide array of choices make every parent feel at ease in securing the best schools for their children, according to Yu.

Meanwhile, Little Baguio Terraces is also in between shortcuts that lead to Makati City. These jam-free roads enable every homeowner to arrive on time and in style to their desk jobs or business calls at the Makati central business district via the Makati-Mandaluyong bridge.

A total of 1,226 condominium units in four of the project’s six residential towers have been made available to customers, who consider it a privilege to own a San Juan address and a mobile lifestyle.

Two- and three-bedroom homes, whose sizes range from 30 to 60 sqm, are meanwhile paired with amenities for diversion and relaxation. A swimming pool, sunbathing lounge, children’s pool, spa, playground, landscaped area with benches, gym and day care center are all hosted at the first level of Towers 1 and 2. Nearby shopping centers, restaurants and malls meanwhile provide students with alternative hangouts.

Another plus is the fact that this development also has its own day care center, thus making early learning accessible to children living at Little Baguio Terraces. Here, qualified pre-school teachers instruct young wards in the basics of reading, writing and counting.

“Stories of learning and excellence await at Little Baguio Terraces. Here, parents like me can look forward to a life of perfect balance for their children as they are provided only with the most enjoyable amenities, most secure community and widely cut living spaces,” Yu concluded.

Empire East currently specializes in the creation of residential communities for the middle-income market segment, and in the sale or lease of commercial and industrial spaces. In 1994, it has branched out as an independent company, and eventually listed at the Philippine Stock Exchange. Since then, Empire East has introduced new and innovative concepts such as township developments that seek to create a harmonious neighborhood and uplift the  quality of living experience for residents. ADVT

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