The Currency by Vista Residences

Friday, June 28, 2013

A few days ago, I went back to CAFE 1771 to sit down and talk to these nice people from Vista Residences. Ms. Beth Kalaw Division Head of VRI HRB, Ms. Emma Amores VRI's Corporate Communications Head, Ms. Michelle Barrientos the incoming VRI HRD Corp Communications Head, Ms. Wendy Waterhouse who heads The Currency Project and Ms. Patty Delupio, Head Trainee of The Currency Project were all there to answer some questions about their new high rise residential project right at the heart of the Ortigas Center business district in Pasig City.

This world class project is just one of the brainchild properties of realty giant Vista Residences. They've gone from small housing projects, residential lots and townhouses... but now they've gone and did something bold. They now build skyscrapers with condo units fit for yuppies, businessmen, their families or people who want to live it up! This is the perfect investment for those who prefer prime properties in Manila because it's in one of the most convenient locations in the country. It's got malls, international shops, restaurants, activity centers and the best places in Metro Manila to find what you want, when you need it. Backed by 30 years in the real estate industry, the Villar group promises you 2,015 square meters of grand corporate, commercial and residential spaces up in 36 world class designed floors, glass panels and an award winning design having won prestigious BCI Asia's Top 12 Buildings in 2011. You can see it in Dona Julia Vargas, F. Ortigas Jr. Avenue and Garnet Road. Construction is in full swing and is expected to be completed in 2015!

Investing in The Currency will surely be one of the smartest things you can probably do in this lifetime, so think about it... give Vista Residences a call and ask about The Currency. Visit them at U/G Worldwide Corporate Center, EDSA Corner Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City. Phone them by calling 8888888 local 88 or hop on their website It's worth it!
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