Taking advantage of their partnership with Hong Kong Land, renowned for their expertise in smart home solutions
On Monday, Robinsons Land Corp announced their partnership with Hong Kong Land to build their first luxury condominium development, equipped with state-of-the-art smart home solutions, reported ABS-CBN.
The Valeris Residences, located within the Bridgetwone community of Robinsons Land, will feature two-floor penthouses, 156 square metre three-bedroom units, 105.5 sqm two-bedroom units, and 46 to 81 sqm one-bedroom units. The project is scheduled to launch on 21 February of this year and will be completed in 2024.
Aside from the luxury offerings, the unique selling point for this project is the smart home solutions that will be implemented, such as app-controlled lighting and air conditioning systems, as well as digital locks.
“The Philippine property market is one of the most exciting markets in Asia, and we are delighted to be part of it and to bring the innovations and design excellence that Hongkong Land is known for,” shared Robert Wong, chief executive of Hong Kong Land.
The Bridgetown community is in a prime location as it links Pasig and Quezon City, with access points through Amang Rodriguez Avenue, Ortigas Avenue, and C5. It will also be able to take advantage of the government’s extended rail projects, including Manila Subway and MRT-4.
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