Modern Living

Homes of the future by the lake


MANILA, Philippines - Vista Residences is reshaping the landscape to raise safe and secure communities for the next generation to call home. As people strive to make a living, Vista Residences is finding new ways to make communities worth living in. And as the world dreams of a better future, Vista Residences is already building it.

Moving at the speed of life, at Vista Residences, the future has a name — Vista Lakefront. This next prime central business district is already on the rise. Located at the center of the Sucat Interchange is a thriving multi-community development on a sprawling 60-hectare property that will contain 14 unique and meticulously planned mixed-use development areas. Each one was designed to create an environment that is responsive to a variety of distinctive lifestyles and discriminating tastes. And of the 14, six have already been built.

“Vista Lakefront is the future here and now. There really isn’t anything quite like it — not in terms of scale, scope or vision. It is comprised of 14 developments standing distinctly yet complementary to one another under a singular massive development. It is not a simple integrated community. What is rapidly growing at the Sucat Interchange is a metropolis where residents can live, work, and play within a safe and secure environment that offers modern facilities, top-of-the-line amenities and an unobstructed view of Laguna de Bay,”” says Red Rosales, division head of Vista Residences.

The residential estates of the area of Vista Lakefront offer spacious, well-designed and meticulously crafted homes to suit the distinctive and discriminating tastes of its owners.

Already in Vista Lakefront are three residential estates, namely, La Posada, Marina Heights and Victorianne, all of which are inspired by the bohemian lifestyle of San Francisco. La Posada offers luxury homes featuring simple yet distinguished facades, flat canopies, bay windows, roof shingles, and bracketed eaves. Marina Heights offers elegant and spacious homes reminiscent of San Francisco’s waterfront districts. Victorianne draws inspiration from the infamous Postcard Alley to create dollhouse-like homes.

Two residential condominium developments complement the residential estates. The Marfori is a high-rise, low-density residential condominium with a spectacular view of the Sierra Madre mountain ranges and a 180-degree view of the Laguna de Bay that is designed to offer “more greens that gray” with its artfully planned landscaping. Presidio, a resort haven, is a sprawling mid-rise condominium cluster on a seven-hectare area. It is designed with the laid-back lifestyle of San Francisco’s art community in mind.

The centerpiece of the commercial center development is The Lakefront Wharf. A stunning site along South Super Highway with its distinctive Victorian architecture, it is home to restaurants, bars, coffee shops and a dance and music center. Concerts and special events are held regularly at the outdoor venue at the back.

The Wharf is a commercial hub with restaurants, bars, and a venue for special events.

Mixed-use areas are now in the pipeline to complete Vista Lakefront into the metropolis that it is envisioned to be. Areas have been designated specifically to cater to technology ICT and BPO centers. There will also be a separate corporate business development area and mixed-use development and shop houses area. By the lake will rise commercial retail hubs. To complete the massive development is healthcare and education centers.

Vista Lakefront also offers a unique combination of security and seclusion while providing unparalleled access into and out of the development. It can be accessed through the Sucat interchange from the South Luzon Expressway Skyway, the orange line of the Philippine National Railways, once the station which is under reconstruction, is rehabilitated; the C6 Road, otherwise known as the Bulacan-Rizal-Manila-Cavite Regional Expressway, which is currently under construction to decongest EDSA; and a newly opened direct access to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport and Manila Bay area via the SLEX.

“As we speak, Vista Lakefront is already a thriving community — one that is growing together with the infrastructure that we are building,” says Jing Serrano, CEO of Vista Land and Lifescapes Inc. “Once completed, this massive development will be the fulfillment of a vision born from years of continuously pushing the industry standards higher and higher. Vista Lakefront is how we envision cities to develop — one that is responsive to all facets of living which ranges from making a living to building a life and enjoying what life can offer. This is the next central business district. This is Vista Lakefront and this is the future rising right before our very eyes.”











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