MANILA, Philippines – The accessibility to key places like schools, commercial establishments, banks, supermarkets, and places of work has been considered as one of the top priorities by many when choosing a home for their families. To one’s family and loved ones, a badly chosen location is sure to cause inconveniences in schedules and contribute immensely to undue stress.
A big factor that contributes to accessibility is a transit-oriented home or the proximity of the chosen domicile to public transportation hubs like MRT stations, and public utility terminals that ultimately means less travel time; a much desired luxury for every one. Less time spent on travel means more time for one’s pursuits and of course quality time with loved ones.
The development of Transit-Oriented-Developments was the driving force behind the pioneering communities developed by Empire East Land Holdings, Inc. Proof of this commitment were three landmark developments namely: Pioneer Woodlands directly connected to the BONI Avenue MRT 3 Station; Little Baguio Terraces located between J. Ruiz and Gilmore LRT 2 stations; and the San Lorenzo Place development that is directly connected to the Magallanes MRT 3 station.
The newest breakthrough city-living concept of Empire East that had transit-orientation as its cornerstone was Paddington Place that is located just a mere 3-minute walk from the Shaw Boulevard MRT 3 Station. Aside from the convenience, Paddington Place is the newest, most modern, and premium transit-oriented-development of the company.
At the heart of Empire East communities has always been the the recognition of the desire of each and every Filipino to spend more time for themselves and their families; and the hours they spend on the road to and from work robs them of this luxury and on its 25th year, the famed property developer aims to remain the leader in transit-oriented-developments.
For more information on Empire East, visit www.empire-east.com and follow the hashtag #EmpireEast25Years on @empireeast socials on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to be updated on the latest developments.
Originally appeared on inquirer.net