Philippine Daily Inquirer - - PROPERTY - By Theresa S. Sa­maniego @tek­samaniegoINQ

Show­rooms do mat­ter.

While many may ar­gue that phys­i­cal dis­play is slowly los­ing its ap­peal to some po­ten­tial buy­ers, such is not the case for many prop­erty de­vel­op­ers.

For a prod­uct that will re­quire much con­sid­er­a­tion and thor­ough think­ing be­fore one is able to in­vest his or her hard earned money, it’s al­ways bet­ter to have a phys­i­cal pres­ence and a show­case of what the com­pany has to of­fer. Sim­ply put, it re­mains a must for ev­ery de­vel­oper to cre­ate and de­sign a show­room that would al­low their fu­ture res­i­dents to get a glimpse of the good life that awaits them.

Af­ter all, what you’re buy­ing is not cheap, and may, in some cases, re­quire in­vest­ing a life­time of sav­ings.

Such is the rea­son why even the most es­tab­lished and trusted brands in the prop­erty sec­tor con­tinue to cre­ate show­rooms that would ap­peal to prospec­tive home­buy­ers.

Through these in­tri­cately de­signed and well-thought out spa­ces, the de­vel­oper is not only able to con­vey to buy­ers the qual­ity of their projects, but also give them a per­spec­tive of how they can de­sign and recre­ate their space to make it truly liv­able and con- ducive to rais­ing a fam­ily.

One de­vel­oper who clearly un­der­stood the value of putting up high qual­ity show­rooms is trusted prop­erty de­vel­oper Em­pire East Land Hold­ings which, for years now, has helped many Filipinos achieve their goal of own­ing their dream, and liv­ing the life they’ve al­ways de­sired.

While al­ready present in a num­ber of key ar­eas, the com­pany re­cently opened its lat­est show­room at the San Lorenzo Place Mall, which is lo­cated along Edsa cor. Chino Ro­ces Av­enue in Makati City.

This lat­est ad­di­tion is aimed to bring the com­pany’s prod­uct closer to an even big- ger num­ber of Filipinos cur­rently look­ing at pur­chas­ing their own homes.

Lo­cated at the sec­ond level of the mall, this new show­room dis­plays two model units—a one-bed­room unit, and a studio type. These are cur­rently the best­selling units from two of Em­pire’s tran­sit-ori­ented de­vel­op­ments namely the Pi­o­neer Wood­lands in Man­daluy­ong, and Covent Gar­den in Sta. Mesa.

“With the re­open­ing of this show­room, the com­pany aims to pro­vide more lo­ca­tions that as­pir­ing home­own­ers could eas­ily ac­cess wher­ever they live in the metro,” said Em­pire East pres­i­dent and CEO Atty. An­thony Charle­magne Yu.

The show­room is con­ve­niently linked to the MRT-3 Ma­gal­lanes sta­tion, and is near the Makati cen­tral busi­ness dis­trict. And since it is lo­cated within the mall, po­ten­tial home­buy­ers can eas­ily visit the area and af­ter­wards en­joy and in­dulge in what­ever it is that they fancy.

The mall fur­ther makes ev­ery­thing con­ve­nient for the buy­ers as it has shops, cafés, and restau­rants that they can visit af­ter sign­ing that deal.

More­over, Em­pire East is giv­ing po­ten­tial buy­ers more rea­sons to visit this new show­room as the com­pany is of­fer­ing var­i­ous pro­mos and pack­ages that would make home­buy­ing truly ir­re­sistible.

The newly opened show­room is aimed to bring the com­pany’s prod­uct closer to more Filipinos.

The new show­room dis­plays two model units—a one-bed­room unit, and a studio type.

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