Sometimes there are deals too good to be true, you ask several times to confirm the veracity of the information, just to be sure. That’s how the market responded to Symfoni, the affordable condominium brand of TAFT Properties when it was first introduced late last year. High-end location at a low price. Mid-rise development so buyers can look forward to a low density and faster completion of their homes. And without compromising the amenities, monthly amortization is less than eight thousand pesos.
Like an orchestra after a good performance, Symfoni at Nichols (the maiden project at Nichols Heights, Guadalupe, Cebu city) received a rousing standing ovation from Cebuanos, taking all the units in less than six months and still yearning for more. Symfoni carries the trademark of a Metro Sale, the much-anticipated events of Metro Stores, where consumers are treated to real bargain, value-for-money deals. Metro Stores is a sister company of TAFT Properties.
During the groundbreaking ceremony of the first Symfoni last Oct 27 2015, Engr. Chris G. Narciso, president of Taft Property Venture and Development Corp or TAFT Properties, announced that there will be six more Symfoni projects in the next two years. And it is just the short term goal of the homegrown developer. Engr. Narciso also hinted at Metro Manila and Legaspi city in Albay as the probable locations of Symfoni two and three.
TAFT Properties is also the developer of Horizons 101, the towering landmark in General Maxilom avenue and the upcoming Taft East Gate complex within the bustling Central Business District(CBD). It has also partnered with international developer, Hongkong Land for a mega township development called Mandani Bay.
With this string of blockbuster projects across market segments, Taft Properties is obviously hitting the right notes and playing the right chords.