Everything is within reach at Aeon Towers-A A +A
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
A HIGH-RISE condominium right at the heart of Davao City, Aeaon Towers is one remarkable residential building that offers comfortable living to its clients.
People who invest at Aeon Towers will not only be looking at a state-of-the-art condo and tallest residential project in Davao to date; they will reap the benefit of being situated in a place where everything is within reach.
Aeaon Towers sits at the city's industrial park along J.P. Laurel Avenue where major educational centers, malls, places of worship, public centers and health facilities, commercial hubs and entertainment complex are located.
"You really get your money's worth if you invest here," Aeon Towers marketing manager Gen Marchan told Sun.Star Davao in an interview Tuesday.
Aeon Towers is a 33-storey residential structure that is unique simply because it has more to offer than what is actually expected in every condominium.
Resting in a 4,574-square-meter lot, the condominium stands among major establishments of Davao. The edifice also provides commercial spaces on the ground floor, a seven-storey four-star hotel and a wide array of amenities to meet all the guests' needs.
Inside Aeon Towers are a restaurant, a swimmig pool with a jacuzzi, mini park and gardens, multi-purpose hall, a kiddie playroom and recreational facilities. LED lights will also illuminate the building at night.
Right inside the unit, a majestic view of Samal Island and the country's highest peak, Mt. Apo, will satisfy one's sight while enjoying the comfortable living space with spacious units, high ceiling, and upscale contemporary modular furniture from industry leader Space 2000.
One more unique thing about Aeon Towers is that it has a Smart Home Technology System, the first of its kind residential condominium building that will have a fiber optic, a state-of-the-art technology that to be applied in the backbone system of the building.
Construction of Aeon Towers will start January next year and is targeted for completion by the second or third quarter of 2016.
Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on October 31, 2012.