The Crib, the new exciting co-living brand by Filinvest, has just reached a significant project milestone: a topping off achievement that signifies the property developer’s commitment to meeting the needs of the market today.
With this feat, it won’t be long before millennial real estate customers experience the benefits of nestling in co-living spaces that bring live, work, and play together in one cozy yet affordable property development.
“The Crib’s topping off milestone reflects Filinvest’s commitment to delivering modern and comfortable yet budget-friendly housing accommodations to our customers. By meeting our construction schedule, we are one-step away to bringing what millennial tenants need today to enjoy a live+work+play balance,” related Daphne Sanchez, vice president of Filinvest Alabang Inc.
The Crib, a three-tower development situated along Corporate Woods Avenue in Filinvest City, is a unique residential concept that offers the conveniences of a modern lifestyle in one hip and safe environment.
Catering to the needs of working millennials as well as students, The Crib is designed for those who want to live independently in a highly urbanized, carefully masterplanned garden central business district like Filinvest City. It is meant to be a co-living space that offers hotel-like amenities, suited for young urban professionals who want to experience living on their own or for university students who want to reside near their schools in Metro Manila.
The Crib is Filinvest’s answer to the growing demand among millennials in the Metro South for a conveniently located living space that integrates live, work, and play in one modern community. The property is just a stone’s throw away from Far Eastern University and the Asian Hospital and Medical Center, and within walking distance from transport terminals and other establishments like Festival Mall and WestGate.
By offering a strategically located property development, Filinvest also aims to promote safe and healthy living in the new normal.
“With the pandemic still very much on, it is important to keep in mind where and how we live. The Crib caters to what residents prefer today: a safe living space where they can be near their schools and their workplace, as well as other essential establishments, to avoid the risk of exposure,” concluded Sanchez.