Cathay Land offers affordable units at Berkeley Suites

posted March 13, 2021 at 06:30 pm
by  Manila Standard
Veteran real estate developer Cathay Land is expecting  to raise as much as P1.2  billion  in sales from its latest mixed-use condominium project located at South Forbes Golf City.

Cathy Land’s new project, Berkeley Suites will showcase  356  units comprised mainly of studio and 1-bedroom suites, while some  40 commercial units in the lower and upper ground levels are open for businesses that will add convenience for all its residents.

Berkeley Suites caters to students, young professionals, and starting families as it offers 18  sqm. studio units and 27 sqm. one-bedroom units.

Breaking from tradition

Breaking from tradition with its new,  signature U-shaped architectural design, residents can expect an abundance of fresh air coming from the nearby mountainous region of Tagaytay flowing through the entire development.  Together with  the concept of live, work and play integrated to the backbone of the project, Berkeley Suites comes loaded with multiple amenities such as two-level  Commercial Center, TV Room, Function Room, Study Lounge, Pocket Gardens, and the Aquatrium with lap and kiddie pool.

  “The world is changing and given how more and more individuals and families are looking to move to the suburbs, we feel our Berkeley Suites offers our clients the perfect balance between necessity and luxury,” said Cathay Land president Jeffrey Ng.

The 8-storey  mid-rise condominium is located beside the Cavite-Laguna Expressway (CALAX) Laguna Boulevard Interchange and  within arm’s length of the South Luzon Expressway (SLEx) Sta. Rosa Exit. 

Anchored on “Build, Build, Build”

“Given the current administration’s multiple “Build, Build,  Build” infrastructure projects in the area  such as the Cavite-LagunaExpressway (CALAX) and the future Cavite-Tagaytay-Batangas Expressway (CTBEX),  we are proud that our developments are located beside multiple access points to these projects,” said Ng. 

The recently opened SKYWAY stage 3  also  opens the condominium and township’s potential to locales  in the North who wish to venture southwards to get a slice of the famous idyllic southern lifestyle. The upcoming 50.3 km Cavite-Tagaytay-Batangas Expressway (CTBEX) will further unlock the development’s potential to  the  further southern region  of  Batangas.

With the advent of work-from-home (WFH) or study-from-home (SFH) setups, Berkeley Suites is more than ready to accommodate residents with its fiber-to-the-home internet infrastructure and pillarless unit designs. 

Suburban living, the new trend

Ng noted that as suburban living quickly becoming the new trend, aspiring residents need not worry about access to multiple key establishments and institutions for their everyday needs.  In addition, Berkeley Suites’ location within a master planned township of   that embraces that concept of a “15 minute” city will ensure nothing short of the utmost convenience for all its residents.

One key landmark just a few steps away is the well-known South Forbes Golf Club. An 18-hole signature golf course located at the heart of South Forbes Golf City. This course has been known to be a training ground for golfers who want to improve their game.  All residents who purchase a unit at Berkeley Suites are entitled to a free membership to the golf club.

For day-to-day necessities and just a place to relax and hang out, the Westborough Town Center  which houses Marketplace, Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf and Anytime Fitness, Westborough Park Square,  Solenad  Nuvali, S&R Sta. Rosa, Shopwise Sta. Rosa and Vista Mall, is just an arm-stretch from Berkeley Suites.

Topics: Cathay Land , South Forbes Golf City , architectural design
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