Convenient living for all

THE establishment of 202 Peaklane by Anchor Land in Davao City will not be just a regular addition to the great roster of real estate developments in the city.

Keeping in mind the varying real estate demands of Dabawenyos and people visiting Davao City, 202 Peaklane is a flexible development meant to cater to both long-term and short-term stays.

Anchor Land president Elizabeth Ventura said the growing employment and progress of the city results to an increasing demand for dwelling places for students and other people coming from neighboring cities and provinces. Even the number of visiting and migrating foreigners that are here for leisure and business deals have gone up as well.

"There is actually a shortage of accommodation. Anchor Land becomes the solution or alternative for long-term rentals and also upgrade of the families who are staying in apartments now. This is an upgrade of lifestyle," she said.

Unlike other real estate residential developments in the city, 202 Peaklane has a wider range of customers they can cater to. Investors can invest in units and have it leased out to others particularly for businessmen or tourists who will be staying for a few days or weeks in the city, parents living outside Davao City can purchase a unit or two for their children that will be going to university in the city, or it could be a residential upgrade for the family after renting apartment spaces for years now.

Whether for short-term or long-term stay, 202 Peaklane had already tailored fit the perfect amenities for its clients. Because of this, its service is not only limited to families or to businessmen or to students. It caters to everyone.

Ventura also said they foresee this as the best alternative for hotel accommodation and the best option for vertical living in the city.

Its location being in the center of the city and only a few meters away from Ateneo de Davao University, Marco Polo Davao, and Aldevinco Shopping Center makes it all the more convenient to different types of clients.


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