Located in the heart of the Sta. Mesa district in the City of Manila, Empire East Holdings—one of the country’s most respected real estate development companies—boasts of a new residential community that will offer a safe, secure, and comfortable living environment for Filipinos and their families: Covent Garden.
Covent Garden, a two-tower residential complex project situated along Santol Extension, is named after a prestigious district in Greater ondon, England. The Westminster district of Covent Garden—nestled between the high-profile Charing Cross Road and Drury Lane—is a popular shopping and tourist site that attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors from all over the world every year. Covent Garden in the United Kingdom is known as the home of the Royal Opera House, the London Transport Museum, and a good number of historical buildings, theatres, art venues, and various entertainment facilities.
The original Covent Garden is known all over the world as the hub for entertainment, culture, and an impressive array of shopping options right in the heart of a centuries-old yet dynamic city. This is the same spirit that East Empire Land Holdings aimed to bring to Filipino families, right in the heart of the historic city of Manila.
The Covent Garden residential towers offer its residents a gateway to some of Metro Manila’s most important districts and landmarks. Situated near the city’s University Belt, Covent Garden is the perfect option for families, college-age students, and young professionals who want to be right in the middle of the action in an impressively dynamic urban district. The strategic location of this residential development offers proximity not only to prominent universities and colleges, but also to cultural venues and landmarks, entertainment facilities, and exciting lifestyle destinations.
The schools within the University Belt area, which extends from the Sampaloc district all the way to Taft Avenue, attract a wide variety of students from all over the country and even the world. This constant influx of students year after year makes the outlying districts in the city a hotbed for residential developments offering tenants safe, secure, and comfortable accommodation options that are a short driving or commuting distance away from these educational institutions. Aside from students, there are also young professionals looking for condominium units near their workplaces to ease their commuting or driving woes. This makes residential developments such as Empire East’s Covent Gardens a lucrative investment for buyers who want to enjoy proximity to schools and lifestyle destinations for themselves, or rent it out to tenants.
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