Metro Manila (CNN Philippines) — Investments in real estate have been known to be a low-risk, high reward opportunity.
With luxury projects such as the 40-story Bristol at Parkway Place by luxury brand Filigree, early investors were able to spend less to earn more.
A unit that cost P125,000 per square meter five years ago can now net an investor up to a 60 percent return on investment.
Nevertheless, the average condominium price in Bristol is still at a competitive rate of P200,000 per square meter compared at 20% less than those in Makati and Fort Bonifacio.
The steady increase of condominium unit value is due to Bristol being located in the urban center of Filinvest City, the vibrant district of southern Metro Manila, thus, maintaining its stature as a dynamic global hub.
The city itself is the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)-registered business district in the Philippines. Its efforts to create a green-oriented community have attracted expatriates who prefer condo living and appreciate fresh air and green open spaces.
Since Bristol’s launch in the second quarter of 2018, more people continue to enjoy its elegantly-designed residential units, its Zen-inspired landscape, its fitness center, state-of-the-art gym facilities, and swimming pools.
With few units left, investors are sure to find Bristol at Parkway Place a worthwhile and luxurious investment that guarantees healthy returns.
To know more about Bristol, visit www.bristol.com.ph.