Alberlyn Box Hill Residences to rise in Talisay

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Sunday, March 24, 2013

CONSIDEARING the success of Alberlyn South, there is a continuously rising demand for residential projects in the south area.

Real estate developer AE International Construction and Development Corporation is set to cater to this demand with their third project, the Alberlyn Box Hill Residences.

Like its predecessor, Alberlyn Box Hill Residences envisions elegant living at an affordable price. Although they both carry the same kinds of Asian contemporary houses, Alberlyn Box Hill Residences comes off more affordable because of the smaller sizes. The biggest change is with the Athena model, now offering a cluster of six units as opposed to Alberlyn South's four.


The subdivision will have four phases, with the first two offering 237 units. Its amenities include a guardhouse, a swimming pool, a clubhouse, and a playground with a basketball court.

Alberlyn Box Hill Residences will rise in Barangay Mohon, Talisay. It is a 3-5 minute drive from the Talisay City Hall, and a 10-minute drive from the soon-to-rise SM Seaside City in SRP.

AE International has been developing horizontal properties in the south since they began in 2008, first with Villa Lucita in Cansojong, Talisay, and then with Alberlyn South, also in Cansojong.

According to Bryan Ong, the company's chief operating officer, the south area is promising because of all the development going on in SRP.

Even with the boom of high-rise residential developments, they choose to focus on
house and lots because there is still a market for them.

As a developer, he says, AE International isn't just giving buyers a house, but a home. AE International takes pride in fast-developing and quality projects.

“Once people see the units, they won't think twice about purchasing one,” he said.

“It's a good investment.”

Avail oneself of a site trip to Alberlyn Box Hill Residences. Visit its office inside the Albert Surplus Compound along N. Bacalso Avenue, Cebu City. (PST)

Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on March 25, 2013.


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