Latest Victoria Tower slated for completion in 2nd quarter
(The Philippine Star) - January 15, 2016 - 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines - Move in to a new home this year at Victoria Tower D, the latest residential condominium project of New San Jose Builders,  which will be completed by the second quarter of 2016.

Located along Mother Ignacia St. in Quezon City, Victoria Tower D sits on a commercial center featuring restaurants, coffee shops, various retail stores, a fitness gym, a bank and a supermarket connecting it with the very successful Victoria Towers ABC.

Unit sizes range from 40 square meters to 80 sqm, with price starting at P2.5 million up to P5 million. These all have bi-level configuration, giving more space for living and dining areas while offering more privacy in the bedrooms. 

The tower’s proximity to St. Mary’s College of Quezon City, Capitol Medical Center, St. Paul the Apostle Parish, and malls such as Fisher Mall and Trinoma makes it an ideal home location in this side of the city. Restaurants are abundant along nearby streets -- Timog Ave., Roces Ave., and Tomas Morato. Universities such as the University of the Philippines, Miriam College, Ateneo de Manila University and the newly opened Manuel L. Quezon University SPACE are just minutes away.

Victoria Tower D is among several condominium properties of New San Jose Builders, a construction and real estate company with 29 years expertise. Its other ongoing QC projects include the Victoria Sports Tower and Victoria de Morato.

With New San Jose Builders’ vertical integration, rates at Victoria Tower D are highly affordable with very flexible payment schemes.

CAPITOL MEDICAL CENTER COLLEGE OF QUEZON CITY FISHER MALL AND TRINOMA MANILA UNIVERSITY MANUEL L MIRIAM COLLEGE MOTHER IGNACIA ST. NEW SAN JOSE BUILDERS QUEZON CITY QUEZON UNIVERSITY VICTORIA TOWER D
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