• Why You Should Raise Your Kids In This Pasig-Cainta Township

    Here are six reasons you should consider making Empire East Highland City your home.
Why You Should Raise Your Kids In This Pasig-Cainta Township
  • What do you look for when choosing the best home and community to start and grow your family?

    Empire East, through its years of expertise in building township developments, understands what parents like you value the most. Its latest project, the Empire East Highland City in Pasig-Cainta, is a testament to the company’s firm commitment to service through value-oriented developments.

    Empire East builds this new township with what is best for your family as its core consideration. Take a look at how Empire East Highland City takes care of what matters most to you and your family.

    1. You can work close to where you live.

    At Empire East Highland City, you get to spend quality time with your family while at the same time minimize work-related stress. The township has residential condominiums, mixed-use towers, commercial centers, recreation, and leisure facilities—an “all-in” place where you can work, live, and play without the hassle of moving from one place to another.

    The possibility of getting a job inside the township is not remote with the opening of business establishments. It's also within easy access to mass public transportation, helpful for residents who work outside the township. The proposed MRT Line 4 will include the Cainta Junction Station, a mere 1.7 kilometers away from Empire East Highland City. This grants further and faster access to homeowners who work in nearby Ortigas CBD, Pasig City, and Quezon City.

    2. Your kids can attend premier educational institutions.

    Empire East Highland City is situated at Felix Avenue—a crossroad between Marcos Highway and Ortigas Avenue Extension. Some of the best universities and colleges, like the University of the Philippines Diliman, Ateneo de Manila University, and Miriam College, will soon be easily reached from this area with the upcoming Emerald Avenue Station of LRT Line 2 East Extension.

    The University Belt, with equally good schools such as Far Eastern University, University of Santo Tomas, and Polytechnic University of the Philippines, will also be within an accessible distance using the train station.

    There are also numerous good school options within the Pasig-Cainta area for your kids. The University of Asia and the Pacific, Arellano University, and the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Pasig are in Pasig City. If you prefer to enroll your children in Cainta, Rizal, there are also schools like ICCT Colleges, Roosevelt College, and the University of Rizal System.

    3. Your home will be conveniently located in the metro.

    Living in Empire East Highland City means you are just within reach to other parts of the metro, thanks to the township's strategic location and access to the major thoroughfares linking it to other areas. For your medical and healthcare needs, facilities like The Medical City, Pasig City General Hospital, and the Rizal Medical Center are close enough to the township.

    Other areas of interest like the big shopping malls in Mandaluyong, BGC, Ortigas Center, and Quezon City are also easily accessible from the Pasig-Cainta area. It’s also in close proximity to tourist destinations like Antipolo and other laid-back towns of Rizal, which are worth exploring. Your family can easily travel to these places through various public transportation systems.

    4. You and your family will enjoy family-friendly amenities within the township.

    Empire East provides the township residents with a plethora of choices in terms of leisure and recreation. Upon entering the township, residents will be welcomed by the expansive 8,000-square meter Highland Park. Elevated from the main road of Felix Avenue, this picturesque area includes landscaped green parks, open spaces dotted with retail shops, and a 500-capacity church. A simple stroll across the park revitalizes the mind and body.

    At the center of the park are palatial Spanish steps leading to the Highland Mall—where your family can enjoy sumptuous dinners, shopping trips, and movie nights. There’s no need to leave the township, too. The mall is a short walk away from the 38 elevated residential towers, which serve as a grand backdrop.

    Keeping in mind the health and wellness of your family, Empire East added state-of-the-art facilities for sports and recreation with The Chartered Club. Nestled in the middle of the cluster of residential towers, this club is exclusively for residents. Here, you and your family can bond and spend quality time in the swimming pool, the game rooms, the multipurpose court, the event halls, or the café and lounge.

    5. Your and your kids’ safety is a top priority.

    Your family’s safety is paramount at Empire East Highland City, which is why all residential units are equipped with state-of-the-art security systems.

    You also get to live in a safe neighborhood with people who share the same values as you do, and build a community and long-lasting relationships with your neighbors.

    6. You can raise your family in your dream home.

    The best part of living at Empire East Highland City is coming home. It is like having the best of both worlds—a life in the midst of progress but in an idyllic setting.

    Your family can choose from trendy yet functional studio units, space-efficient one-bedroom suites, or the more spacious two-bedroom suites.

    Each unit gets its share of the panoramic view of Metro Manila’s skyline and the rolling hills of Antipolo and Sierra Madre. At night, you can sit and marvel at the beauty of the city lights and the evening skies. The ambiance of living in an elevated city is perfect for families who want a peaceful yet luxurious life.

    Empire East Highland City gives you the option to raise your family in an ideal community—addressing the concerns and priorities you have and sharing the family values you hold dear.

    For more information about Empire East Highland City, visit its official website and follow its Facebook page.

This article is sponsored by Empire East.
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