The Flats BGC makes city living more accessible

posted March 15, 2019 at 06:40 pm
by  Manila Standard
The Flats Fifth Avenue, a co-living development at Bonifacio Global City,  recently opened its doors to  students and young urban professionals who are looking for a home in the city to skip the hassle of commuting.  

The Flats BGC makes city living more accessible

Located along 5th Avenue,  just a seven-minute walk to Bonifacio High Street, the project is a 16-storey shared residential building with rooms that comfortably fit up to four people. Renters can choose among quad-sharing and triple-sharing rooms with options for bunk bed, loft bed, or single bed types.

Inclusive living

“The idea behind this co-living project was born out of our desire to make BGC a more inclusive neighborhood by providing a safe, comfortable, and inexpensive alternative to city living,” said Lash Murjani, The Flats’ office leasing assistant manager.

The Flats BGC makes city living more accessible

“The Flats helps in relieving precious time stuck in traffic to allow us to pursue other passions,” he explained. “Organizations are also looking into this as a solution to improve employee engagement and productivity. The monthly rent comes with furnished rooms with beds, workstations, cabinets, kitchenette, and a toilet and bath. Community events like parties, seminars, movie-nights, game nights, and the like that promote interaction with like-minded individuals are organized at the community lounge and skydeck. “

“What The Flats essentially offers is a value-for-money prime address in the middle of all that’s best about living in Bonifacio Global City—the culture, the community, the city life,: he added. “With BGC as their new home, renters automatically become full-fledged BGCitizens and enjoy the exclusive perks and discounts that come with living at the home of passionate minds.”

Topics: Bonifacio High Street , Lash Murjani , Flats Fifth Avenue , Bonifacio Global City ,
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