Sunday, April 11, 2010

Two Serendra Construction Updates April 2010

Two Serendra Aston is rising fast in the Bonifacio Global City Skyline, as Red Oak at Two Serendra is following suit. Both are being constructed early on target, for Aston being ready by 2012 and Red Oak being ready for occupancy by 2013. We may also see the completed Section E of Two Serendra, now known as Encino. To the left of this photo shall be Bonifacio High Street. Photo taken by: august88boy for April 2010 Two Serendra Construction Update.


As of now, there are some units left for Two Serendra:

Aston at Two Serendra - Two and Three Bedroom units are still available. 
Red Oak at Two Serendra - Studio, Two and Three Bedroom units are still available.

The newest of the Alveo Land offering - Meranti - has One Bedroom, Two and Three and Studio Units Available by 2015.

Feel free to ask me questions, I will be happy to answer them for you. 

Please contact only the undersigned for viewing appointments at the Serendra Sales Pavilion or One and Two Serendra site tripping.


Juan Paulo "JP" Reyes 
Manager, Sales and Marketing

AP Reyes Realty Investment

You can Contact me @:

+63917 - 865-3689

My mobile landline: 632 - 215-2364

MY US VOIP number: 317 - 493-5744

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