January 16, 2018, 11:00 pm
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Anchor Land expects San Juan property value to rise further

Anchor Land Holdings, Inc. (ALHI) sees huge potential in small but vibrant San Juan City, expecting the value of its combined townhouse and condominium project Clairemont Hills to increase alongside major economic developments emerging in the area.

The continuing rise of commercial and leisure projects in San Juan puts Clairemont Hills at an advantage. ALHI’s low-density gated community is one of the first in its category to develop in the area, making it a wise investment especially when property values begin to increase.

There is also the convenience of having schools and shopping centers nearby, including Xavier School, La Salle Greenhills, Greenhills Shopping Center,  Shangri-La Center, to name a few. World-class hospitals like St. Luke’s, The Medical City, and Cardinal Santos Medical Center are also within a few minutes’ drive. The fact that San Juan is a small city with all these facilities nearby makes it all ideal for small families who put premium on comfort and security.

The concept has the contemporary vibe of today’s residential living and the exclusive appeal of a subdivision, offering choices between townhouses and condominium units set against green sculpted landscapes. The medium-sized condominium has only four units per floor, giving it a more intimate and peaceful feel in contrast to the congested setting typical of a modern city. 

ALHI has previously demonstrated its penchant for tapping uncharted frontiers and turning these into sound investments for property seekers. 

The company redefined Binondo with its towering condominium and warehouse projects, while being one of the first to take advantage of the booming Aseana City. It is also recreating the skyline of historic Roxas boulevard, providing the best view of Manila Bay for its condominium dwellers. 
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