Property buyers recently bought units from Connor, Ortigas & Company’s new project in Greenhills, as it hit P3.6 billion in total sales on its launch day alone.
The 55-story residential tower registered a total of 51 percent sales take up in just 10 hours during its launch event. 494 of Connor’s 970 units are now sold, according to Ortigas & Company SVP and COO Thomas F. Mirasol.
“We are elated with the reaction of the market towards Connor. This proves how customers continue to see Greenhills as one of the most ideal areas in Metro Manila to live in not only because of its legacy as a top lifestyle hub, but also for the exciting transformation it is undergoing,” Mirasol said.
Among the 494 units sold are 184 serviced residences, or 85 percent of the total number up for sale. Mirasol shared that the strong takeup on serviced residences is indicative of the property market’s increasing interest in homes with hotel-like service, which is also the reason why the developer is now going into that venture.
Connor is set to rise on the intersection of Club Filipino Avenue and Eisenhower Street and is envisioned to inject a fresh take on the iconic Greenhills estate.
Unit owners of the building will be among those to live with Greenhills Shopping Center as their backyard, as the estate undergoes a P60-billion redevelopment that will see it transformed into a complete shop-work-play-live destination.
Taking off from the words, “contemporary manor”, Connor will have 47 residential floors, seven floors for parking, and a floor dedicated to the tower’s top amenities. It will be built with a majority of studio units, 53 percent of which are now sold. Units will also come in one-, two-, and three-bedroom configurations.
Connor is envisioned to be the new, hip home of second-generation Greenhills residents who are looking for a stylish living space or customers looking for a sound investment. It joins a new mall with a department store and revitalized bazaar and a BPO office building in the first phase of Greenhills’ major upgrade.
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