Experience Lancaster New City in an interactive and a three-dimensional tour using the HTC-Vive, as it launches its first-ever Virtual Reality Mall Tour happening on October 29-30 and November 5-6. This will allow visitors to feel like they are in the actual house, feel the true dimensions and space and also enjoy the actual views they would see inside the development.
Visitors will get to see the ins and outs of Lancaster New City’s bestselling house models, Briana, Adelle and Thea as well as its township features. St. Edward Schools, which caters to students from Kinder to Grade 12; Church of the Holy Family, a place of worship inside Lancaster New City that may accommodate up to 800 churchgoers; Leighton Hall, a three-storey clubhouse that has several function rooms and amenities that everyone could enjoy; The Square, a sprawling commercial center that houses several commercial and retail establishments and lastly, Suntech I-Park, the first IT BPO park in Cavite that gives the residents the option to work close to home.
Aside from having a truly realistic tour in Lancaster New City, visitors may also take on the challenge of Lancaster Go, a motion-sensor game where they will have to catch flags to gain points. Winners of the game will get to bring home freebies!
Drop by Lancaster New City’s booth on the following dates and venues and check out the virtual tour and motion-sensor game.
October 29 & 30 : SM North EDSA, Ground Floor (in front of Plains and Prints)
November 5 & 6 : SM Megamall, Ground Floor Building A (in front of Penshoppe)
The Lancaster New City booth will also be open on October 27-28, October 31-November 4, and November 7-9 to accommodate inquiries about the development.
For more information about Lancaster New City and the mall tour, visit facebook.com/LancasterNewCityOfficial.
Lancaster New City is a 1,600-hectare township development where families are provided with everything they need to LIVE, LEARN, WORK, PLAY and PRAY. It is your Family Friendly City that holds various activities families may join so they may bond and grow.