Amandari is hybrid tourism investment

by Maria Eleanor E. Valeros, newmedia specialist

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CEBU CITY, PHILIPPINES (January 10, 2015) — Nexus Real Estate Corporation prides in its first high-rise project that also takes on a hybrid tourism investment in property development. This means two important sectors (real estate and tourism) intertwine to add more depth to clients’ experience, as well as to the company portfolio.

In a Sales Kick-off Party at the Rainforest Safari Land in Mabolo today, Ms. Shanna Lopez, president of Nexus, introduced sales force and the media to Amandari, dubbed “eco conscious residential living” in Talisay City, or just 10 minutes from South Road Properties believed to soon be the next commercial and IT hub of Cebu.

She mentioned that Amandari would be the first ecologically conscious recreational condominium in Talisay with an adventure park, a yoga and meditation pavilion, a kids jungle gym, camping grounds, picnic grove, jogging trail, mini fishing lagoon, organic farming plots, among other interesting amenities.

Units vary from studio, to two bedrooms, and one-bedroom with balcony. View offers a span of Mactan Channel meeting Bohol Sea, or 360 degrees, the site being on an elevated area estimated to be around 500 feet above sea level.

Lopez said Amandari seeks to become a tourist destination, not just a building housing lives. It seeks to offer green living, that would become “the envy of others,” as Nexus itself takes on the corporate values of a transnational company and revs up beyond the traditional business practices of Cebu.

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