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ETON PROPERTIES PHILS. INC., the property arm of the Lucio Tan Group,  launched its second condominium project in Greenbelt, Makati City, which targets professionals working in the central business district. 

Eton president Danilo Ignacio said  that the 34-story Eton Parkview Greenbelt is on Gamboa Street behind the Asian Institute of Management. 


The project will offer 230 all-loft units.  A one-bedroom unit ranges from 40 to 57 square meters, and will sell at about P3.6 million. 

A two-bedroom unit on the other hand, which is about 70 sqm, costs about P6.5 Million. 

Parkview follows Eton’s first project in Greenbelt – The Greenbelt Residences – which as of July is 90-percent sold. 

Eton Parkview is in front of two parks – the Washington Sycip Park and Legaspi Park and is close to the Greenbelt Mall.  It is a foreclosed asset of Allied Bank.  The turnover for completed ETON Parkview units is scheduled for December 2011. 

Eton also unveiled yesterday a partnership with sister company Allied Banking Corp. to offer home mortgage financing rates at 5.5 percent to 8.38 percent for a fixed period, much lower than the industry average of 8.5 percent lowest rate. 

Allied Bank president Reynaldo Maclang said the housing loan will offer 5-, 10-, 15- and 20- year terms to interested home buyers at fixed interest rates. 

Initially, the home loan financing will be offered exclusively to buyers of Eton’s twin tower residential project in Ortigas dubbed the Eton Emerald Lofts.

For further information and inquiries about Eton Parkview Greenbelt, please contact: EDWIN GUMBA at tel no +6328210909 / mobile: +639195720179, email ad: edwingumba@yahoo.com, or for virtual tour, pls log on to: http://parkview.philippinelisting.com


Source: Philippine Daily Inquirer

Published Thursday, November 1, 2007 2:49 AM by EDWIN GUMBA, Real Estate Broker
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