VISTA Residences Showroom opened its doors recently to showcase the real estate company’s first condominium development in the Visayas, Vista Suarez Cebu.
Located in a prime property on Gorordo Ave., Cebu City, the showroom allows Cebuanos to take a peek at the Vista Suarez Cebu’s many impressive features.
The 32-story mixed-use condominium development is designed “to create the ideal human habitat” that responds to the most significant aspects of human life — business, leisure and family, as well as the need for growth and the pursuit and nurturing of dreams.
During the event last June 29, the tower’s features were described in detail using an interactive map. In addition, a scale model for the exterior design of the building and possible interior schemes for the units were presented.
Vista Residences took great care to showcase the creativity of local talents such as Holly Dychango, the energetic woman behind Chrome Design Studio, whom the company partnered with to design the showroom’s interior. Dychango lends local flavor to the interiors, creating a design atmosphere that appeals to her fellow Cebuanos. The one-bedroom and the studio unit design she created inside the showroom captured perfectly the potential of flexible and functional space with neutral and calming colors, giving a minimalist yet sophisticated temperament.
Vista Suarez Cebu intends to become an artistic achievement, which is why the showroom opened with an art exhibit, featuring the works of acclaimed master painter and printmaker Charles Lahti of New York. Throughout the showroom you would find works by Lahti incorporated into the interior design.
Vista Suarez Cebu will be a hotel and, at the same time, a residential development. The uniquely “L” shaped soon-to-be landmark will offer 27 units per floor in Tower 1 and 14 units per floor in Tower 2. This is to assure that the place would be less crowded, allowing enough space for the residents and guests to breathe.
The establishment will also have a mall-in-miniature, commercial shops and restaurants at the ground level. The next two stories will be for offices and business centers, whereas the fifth to the 28th floors will be run as a hotel or serviced residences. (Interns Nicole Delorino of UPV Tacloban College & Angiela Mae Conte of USJ-R/With PR)