Sunday, November 3, 2013

Paseo Verde at Real: New Green Community in the South

Having a hard time to find a complete yet safe home? Do you want a residence that is environmental friendly but doesn’t come in an old style? Maybe Paseo Verde at Real is surely your number one choice.

Maverick developer, LEED INC., the property developing arm of construction professionals, Cavite Ideal International Construction and Development Corporation (CAVDEAL), puts special focus on this requirement through their first residential foray: Paseo Verde at Real. A Green development at the South located along Real St., Pulang Lupa Uno in Las Pinas City.

Paseo Verde at Real is set to be the newest ‘green’ landmark of the city. This 1.1 Hectare mid-rise condominium development will allocate more land for open spaces, jogging path, playground and recreational areas that future residents are sure to enjoy.

Two of the towers will have 314 units, while the nine-storey tower will hold a total of 156 units ranging from studio to three-bedroom homes. The project will embody Las Pinas’ image as one of the most historically rich parts of Metro Manila (it is within the cultural area where the famous Bamboo Organ is located) by showcasing a Neo-Asian design with touches of Filipiniana in fixtures and details. But more than that, this three-tower project will offer exceptional Green Features – amenities that focus on the groundbreaking green architecture and puts emphasis to the company’s three environment focus: Climate Change, the Clean Air Act, and the Safety and Health of its Residents.

The layouts of all three towers also ensure that indoor air quality is at its best: Pocket gardens that open to large air pockets in the middle of every residential floor ensure that fresh air circulate freely around the building. This removes the stifling feeling often associated with most condo developments.

Paseo Verde at Real is accredited by the Building for Ecologically Responsive Design Excellence (BERDE) and a member of the Philippine Green Building Council for its steps towards promoting a sustainable community. The first tower turnover is scheduled in October, 2015. For more information, please call 854-1652.