Second Tower Seals Philrealty's Re-Entry in Residential Real Estate

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Second Tower Seals Philrealty's Re-Entry in Residential Real Estate


After years of keeping from the limelight, Philrealty Holdings Corporation is slowly taking its place once more in the high-rise residential development industry with the construction of the Skybreeze Tower in Quezon City. This is the second building of the Andrea North condominium project, the company's latest landmark development in New Manila.

Andrea North, a two-tower residential development, is Philrealty's newest residential venture since Alexandra in Ortigas, constructed during the late '90s to the early years of 2000.

Philrealty prides itself for coming out with premium high-rise projects such as Alexandra and La Isla, also known as 'Palace in the Sky,' and are both located in the heart of Ortigas. Aside from providing ample spaces for residents to move around and indulge in various lifestyle activities, the company is known for offering condominium units that are significantly larger than available condo homes in the market today - some ranging from 275 sqm to 530 sqm.

This principle will continue with the Skybreeze Tower of Andrea North, providing one bedroom to three-bedroom units with sizes up to 180 sqm.

Located in Balete Drive corner N. Domingo in New Manila, this 31-floor building will offer exceptional living spaces for their buyers. And with an excellent location, one is assured of an exclusive home set-up that is sure to benefit dwellers.

Andrea North Skybreeze Tower is a stone's throw away from Quezon City's most happening districts. …

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