For a student to perform exceptionally well in school, a safe and comfortable home set amid an environment that is highly conducive for studying will be crucial.
Thus, parents and guardians alike must go for developments that can aptly deliver not only the necessities, but also the different amenities and facilities that would make every student’s life a breeze.
And one development that should get your vote of approval is Empire East Land’s Little Baguio Terraces, whose features are expected to allow students to better focus on their school work, and yet, enable them to find time to catch up on their hobbies and other activities right within their homes.
If you’re not convinced just yet, here are some of this development’s strengths, which make it a serious contender for your vote:
Strategically located along N. Domingo Street and Aurora Boulevard in San Juan City near Greenhills district, giving you a premier address that is geographically in the heart of the metro. With its location, students need not bear with the long hours of traffic to get to and from their schools and universities.
A few steps away from the LRT-2 stations of J. Ruiz and Gilmore, it provides easy and convenient access to some of Manila’s best and most prestigious learning institutions such as the University of Sto. Tomas, University of the East, Far Eastern University, Centro Escolar University, San Beda and San Sebastian among others. It likewise provides easy access to public transport and major roads, and has the advantage of being just minutes away via bus or jeep from various institutions and establishments.
Easy commute via LRT-2 extends up to Katipunan area in Quezon City where you can find UP Diliman, Ateneo de Manila, Miriam College and other business schools. Alternative public transports such as city buses and jeepneys are also available.
Efficient road networks and shortcuts can easily bring you to exclusive schools such as Xavier School, La Salle Greenhills, Immaculate Conception Academy, St. Paul University QC, Poveda College and University of Asia and the Pacific.
It also has its own day care center, thus making early learning accessible to children living at Little Baguio Terraces. Here, qualified preschool teachers instruct young wards regarding the basics of reading, writing and counting. ADVT.