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Milan Residenze Fairview


Young professionals and early nesters look forward to a life of their own. They want to strike a balance between work and life, where they can enjoy the fruits of their hard work.

This is what Milan Residenze Fairview offers.  Located within a few steps of the Ayala Fairview Terraces, SM Fairview and Robinsons Novaliches, the 27-storey condominium on a 4,304-sqm land gives lifestyle options in entertainment, shopping, or dining.

This part of Metro Manila, once considered too far from other city centers, is becoming one of Quezon City’s commercial, residential, and professional hubs. Soon, the newly completed Manila Metro Rail Transit System Line 7 (MRT 7) will be operational, making it easier for people to go to and from Milan Residenze via the Regalado Avenue Station.

Euro Towers is the company behind Milan Residenze Fairview. Euro Towers director Ignacio Gimenez underscored the convenience of the project’s location, which puts it at the heart of all the action. The location gives the development not only the advantage of accessibility but also as a viable investment option.

More developments are being built in the area with BPOs also cropping up. With these already in the works, increasing land values are expected.

“Location beats everything else. If you’re in the right location, your chances of making money out of your investment are higher,” Gimenez explained.

  • Guest lounge to preview the model units.

  • The model unit shows the living area of Milan Residenze Fairview.

  • The model unit shows the living area of Milan Residenze Fairview.

  • Facade of Milan Residenze Fairview.


Gimenez added that the condo will provide both an active and cheerful city lifestyle especially for urbanites in their 30s. The average size of studio units is 22.3 sqm while one-bedroom units are around 33.2 sqm, giving residents ample room to grow and be creative with their living space.

The condo also has a swimming pool, jogging area, children’s playground, gym and fitness facilities, and roof deck access, to further suit the taste of discerning homebuyers.

People considering Milan Residenze as the site of their new home needn’t worry about knowing what to expect either. Euro Towers was the first in the Philippines to offer buyers a virtual reality application that allows anyone to see just how it would feel when entering the building, pass by the reception area, walk through the corridors, and go inside one of the units.

For a more holistic experience, access to a couple of model units is available – one a studio unit and the other a one-bedroom unit. From the moment would-be residents experience the sales office and the model units, they can already have a feel of the premium lifestyle that awaits them.

“In fact, is the best time to invest in the area as more people move away from the very crowded urban centers. The development offers a comfortable retreat from the hustles of central business districts. Moreover, it boasts of unobstructed views of La Mesa Eco Park and even the Sierra Madre mountains,” said Gimenez.

While it is quite common for people to buy property for themselves, it is becoming a trend to buy property as an additional source of income.  The numerous businesses and call centers being built around the area only mean that a greater number of people are expected, or will want, to live nearby.

With accessibility to a home, residents don’t need to endure the heavy traffic going in and out of work, which means more time with the family.

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