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Primehomes set to complete two Larossa towers by 1st half

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PRIMEHOMES Real Estate Development, Inc. set to complete two residential towers at its Larossa project in Capitol Hills, Quezon City within the first half of 2019.

In a statement, Primehomes said its Sampaguita and Magnolia buildings, which both have 10 storeys, will be open by June. The towers are part of the 3.6-hectare mid-rise residential community Larossa, along South Zuzuarregui Street corner Capitol Hills Drive, Barangay Matandang Balara.

A company representative said Sampaguita is currently 98% completed, while Magnolia is 91% completed.

A studio unit, with a size of 23.4 square meters (sq.m.), goes for P2.9 million. Studio Premier units, with sizes ranging from 28.5 sq.m. to 38.74 sq.m., are priced between P3.9 million to P5.3 million.

One-bedroom units are sized between 31.2 sq.m. to 69.12 sq.m., with prices ranging from P4.3 million to P9.6 million.

Amenities include an infinity pool, fitness area, and lush gardens.




Camia, the first tower at Larossa, was completed in 2017.

The Larossa project will have a total of 2,869 units.

Primehomes noted Larossa has a good location, given its proximity to UP Town Center, University of the Philippines Diliman, Miriam College, and Ateneo De Manila University.

“Giving more Filipinos an opportunity to live in one of the most premium residential communities, Primehomes offers its easy move-in program where interested buyers can treat themselves with the perfect condo unit at only 3% spot cash. The limited time offer provides homebuyers an option to settle 7% of the property cost within 1 year at 0% interest, while the remaining 90% must have pre-approved bank financing,” Primehomes said in a statement.

For Larossa, Primehomes partnered with Design Coordinates, Inc. and Metro Stonerich Corp. for the construction of the towers.

Aside from its flagship project Larossa, Primehomes’ other projects include The Green Line City, an eight-hectare mixed-use land development in Taguig City. — Vincent Mariel P. Galang