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NEWS - 31 May 2019

Ease Into Your New Condo by Hosting a Game Night

Engaging in competitive play is one of the exciting options you can try when it comes to community building, especially if you are still in the process of settling in your new home. Research even suggests that interacting with your condo community consistently to get to know the people who live around you better can lead to a more satisfying, fulfilling, and healthy condo lifestyle.

 

If you plan on hosting a game night in your condo community, here are some gaming ideas you can include to your list.

 

Board Games

This is perfect for those who prefer less action, if you have a small space, and if you prefer to invite neighbors beside your unit first. Decide on games you’d like to play. The rule of thumb is, the more challenging the games are, the more fun it will be for everyone!

 

 

Basketball

For an action-packed game night, playing basketball in your condo’s court just might have that fun you’re looking for. This could also be where you’d meet your neighbor-turned-sports buddy.

 

 

 

Badminton/Tennis

You may have this on scheduled intervals with the basketball game especially if you will be using the basketball court for these games.

 

Billiards

This is a very common amenity offered in club houses where you can have that friendly duel with your neighbor in the community.

 

Table Tennis

Like billiards, this won’t take too much space and you have the option to host this inside your unit with snacks and drinks on the side.

 

Card Games

An all-time favorite pastime of our ancestors and even today’s generation, card games have already evolved from the simple solitaire to new ways in playing card games found over the internet.

 

Team Games

Depending on the type of game you have chosen to play, this can be done inside your unit or in your club house. You may opt for several short games or go for one long game such as charades.

 

Water Games

Don’t miss out the pool as one of your game night venues. Though this will require asking for permission from your admin’s office in advance if you will use it for a couple of hours for this activity.

 

Most of these awesome games require a spacious venue and if your unit cannot accommodate all your invited guests, you may coordinate with the admin’s office to hold the games at your condo’s amenities.

Empire East’s most stellar project to date, the Empire East Highland City, will allow any tenant to hold community-building activities without any space constraints.

The Empire East Highland City is envisioned to be the first-ever elevated city in the Philippines. The development, launched in time with the company’s 25th year celebration in the industry, will be a luxurious uphill community that will offer exclusive amenities and upgrades for urban life. The Highland Park, for one, is an 8,000-square-meter elevated open park that has several outdoor activity areas. The township will also build a 6,7000 sqm sports club called “The Chartered Club,” which will make it easier for you to mingle with new neighbors. You may hold all of your gaming activities at the club’s sports facilities and end the game night by relaxing together at the luxurious café lounge.

 

Empire East Highland City is conveniently nestled at the convergence of Pasig City and Cainta, Rizal, propped up along Felix Avenue, with close proximity to two major thoroughfares, the Marcos Highway and the Ortigas Extension. This makes it easily accessible from the north, the south, and from the greater part of the Metro Manila area.

 

 

Empire East’s 25-year industry expertise established itself as a pioneer when it comes to the township model, the “no down payment” scheme, the micro city, the loft innovation, the transit-oriented developments, and the urban resort communities. All of these bring to the  homeowner the promise of an elevated lifestyle experience and a guarantee of living in an unparalleled community. To know more about Empire East Highland City, call (02) 810-3333, or visit www.empire-east.com, and follow @empireasthighlandcity on Facebook and Instagram for more updates.

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This article originally appeared on Lamudi.

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