Parents understand that one of the keys to their children’s success is finding the best institution where their kids can receive a high-quality education. But aside from a great school, a conducive living space where students can thrive is also important.
Primehomes’ flagship project, Larossa in Capitol Hills Drive in Quezon City, is strategically located near prestigious academic institutions in QC, as well as offers urban botanical living conducive to learning.
The Garden Row, Larossa’s Phase 1, features three 10-story medium-rise buildings, namely Camia, Magnolia, and Sampaguita. Camia Tower is now ready for occupancy while Magnolia and Sampaguita Towers are soon to be completed.
Each building provides spacious rooms where occupants can arrange their own sanctuaries. In Camia and Sampaguita, they can choose from one-bedroom, studio, and studio premiere units; while in Magnolia, families have the option to join units for a bigger space to suit their needs. The rooms are also designed with low-density floors which make for a less cramped living area.
Families residing in Larossa are assured of their kids’ safety as the entire property is securely gated and guarded 24 hours a day. There is an accessible clubhouse which doubles as a study area with its quiet and well-lit surroundings. The inviting atmosphere also promotes a healthy lifestyle where students can maintain their fitness by jogging or biking around the wide community grounds.
On top of its features and amenities, Larossa makes sure that busy and hardworking students can live a balanced life as it is conveniently located at the center of everything that they need. Those who are studying in Ateneo de Manila University, University of the Philippines, Miriam College, and other nearby schools can find a relaxing escape in the property’s welcoming and peaceful environment.
Shopping malls, weekend markets, recreational parks, fitness centers, restaurants, and cafes are also abundant in the city. It also provides access to other dining and commercial districts in the city, such as Maginhawa Street, Congressional Street, and Katipunan Avenue.
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