La Breza Tower Its like coming full circle

Its like coming full circle.

After building the country’s most exclusive golf courses, subdivisions, a grand mall commercial centers, as well as community and residential developments, Sta Lucia Realty has ventures into building high-rises.

The group, one of the country’s leading property developer, is now completing the very first “condo-tel-and-condominium-in-one” in Metro  Manila through its publicity lested company, Sta Lucia Land.

La Breza Tower is the 22-storey building along busy Mother Ignacia St. in Quezon City, Which prides itself in marrying the convenience of owning a condominium in the metro with the prestige and comforts of staying in a posh hotel.

“Building la Breza completes the Sta. Lucia portfolio of land developments. It’s a natural evolution for the company to venture into new projects as it matures into a stronger company,” said Exeqiel Robles, president of Sta. Lucia land, Inc.

According to Robles, the first five floors of La Breza will be designed as condotels ( a “condominium” and “hotel” in one) for a total of 64 units out of 250 that make up the whole La Breza.
The condotell rooms will be professionally managed by the Soto Grande Management Group, the same group that manages the Soto Grande Hotel, Sta Lucia’s hotel in Cebu.

The condotel concept, said Robles, is aimed at investors who want to make advantage on the 30-day-a-year time sharing benefit while earning from room rentals. Just like a regular hotel, the 64 condotel units will be rented out year round and investors can expect to earn rentals on a quarterly basis.
The rst of the Building, from th 8th to the 22nd floor, will contain condominium units for individuals and families who want to own a place they can call their home.

“the concept (of a condotel) bodes well for La Breza as it positions it self as both a business condotel’ ideal for meetings, conferences, seminars and wedding and debut receptions, among many others functions, and as an exclusive condominium at the same time” said Matilde Robles, president of the Royal Homes Marketing Company (RHMC) the marketing arm of this Sta. lucia property.