Sunday, February 27, 2011

ASYA Enclaves Alabang promises a new kind of luxury living

Every now and then, my husband and I would talk about retirement and we'd try to visualize where we'd be when we are much older. I sometimes dream of moving to an easy-to-maintain condo unit where he and I, and our son with special needs, would live. By then, our three other sons would probably have jobs, houses, and families of their own already. Our firstborn is already in college so, as early as now, I get interested when I hear about properties that may fit in with that dream although we've yet to come up with the budget to finance such an investment :D

One of the said properties that perked my interest is the soon-to-rise ASYA Enclaves Alabang which is quite near to where we live. It is being developed by PHINMA Properties into a residential condominium community on 3.5 hectares of land.

According to Mr. Willie J. Uy, PHINMA President and CEO, ASYA "will have three, low-density Asian-inspired enclaves characterized by generous open spaces and will uphold the company's tradition of offering the best value-for-money condos and fast turnover of units."

The first phase is the Ohara Enclave with a modern Japanese theme. The Sena Enclave, on the other hand, will be Thai-inspired while the third phase, called Tirta, will have an Indonesian-inspired design. Each enclave will have its own guardhouse and pocket playground to assure residents exclusivity and security. There will be a central amenities block with a clubhouse and function hall, pools for adults and kids, and a fitness hub.

Each unit at ASYA will have 30-50% more space than those offered by other developers. For instance, for  P1.25M, PHINMA clients can already get 30 sqm of space instead of the standard 20 sqm. Units come in 30, 36, and 40 sqm cuts expandable up to 112 sqm.

ASYA Enclaves is expected to be completed within the next two and a half-years but the first two buildings are already slated for turnover by the third quarter of this year.

For more information, visit or call 535-6800 or 0917-5356800.
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