Hitting 31 is a milestone for anyone. What more for a company that has gone through ups and downs, but still managed to persist and outdo its exemplary record with every year?
Over the years, New San Jose Builders, Inc. (NSJBI) has accomplished pioneering works in service and recreational facilities, transport infrastructure, sustainable townships, and prime residential condominiums.
This 2017, NSJBI celebrates its 31st year in business, featuring a portfolio of innovative projects that shaped skylines and uplifted lives. Here are some:
1. Ciudad de Victoria
Twenty-four kilometers north of Manila lies Ciudad de Victoria, a sprawling 140-hectare tourism enterprise zone in Bocaue and Santa Maria, Bulacan.
This complex houses the Philippine Arena, the world's biggest indoor arena where historic musical concerts and events have taken place over the years. It also houses the Philippine Sports Stadium, the country's largest football stadium with a maximum seating capacity of 25,000.
2. Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar
Along the stunning shores of Bagac in Bataan, one can marvel on colonial houses at the Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar. It is a 400-hectare heritage resort park that focuses on the restoration and preservation of 18th- and 19th-century Spanish heritage mansions and stone houses.
Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar also has restaurants, bars, pools, and a two-kilometer shoreline to a beach that features a majestic view of the sunset, mountains, rice fields, and a river that flows to the sea.
3. Victoria Sports Tower
NSJBI has also shaped the skyline of Quezon City, with Victoria Towers, Victoria Tower D, and Victoria Stations 1 and 2 which are located in the EDSA-Timog Avenue-Scout area, along with Victoria de Morato.
This year, they unveiled Victoria Sports Tower, the newest condominium sports complex situated right beside the GMA Kamuning MRT station along EDSA. The property offers high-class residential apartments with convenient access to some of Quezon City's most popular night spots, as well as state-of-the-art sports facilities designed to attract the fitness and health buffs.
It has dedicated a total of four floors to an upscale, state-of-the-art Sports Center that features a 50-meter indoor lap pool and a kiddie pool, six private gyms, and wellness facilities.
4. Manuel L. Quezon University
In 2014, NSJBI has also announced its acquisition of the Manuel L. Quezon University (MLQU). Since then, NSJBI has joined every Filipino student in achieving a better life through education by upgrading MLQU’s facilities and its curriculum.
On August 19, 2016, coinciding with the 138th birth anniversary of the late President Manuel L. Quezon, MLQU commemorated its expansion in Quezon City. Dubbed “Quezon is Home”, the event featured MLQU’s symbolic move to continue its legacy from Quiapo, Manila, to Quezon City with the unveiling of the late president’s portrait by National Artist for Painting Fernando Amorsolo.
MLQU’s School for Professional Advancement & Continuing Education (SPACE) is located at Victoria Sports Tower.
5. Victoria de Manila II
Earlier this year, NSJBI held a topping-off ceremony for Victoria de Manila II, a condominium building with sports complex in its podium.
The 47-floor structure is strategically located at Taft Avenue cor. Gen Malvar St. in Manila, giving it access to various shopping centers, schools, government offices, hotels, public transportation and even national parks.
This 2018, NSJBI is set to continue its vision to build the Filipino dream through its upcoming projects namely, Victoria de Hidalgo in Quiapo, Manila, Isabelle de Valenzuela in Valenzuela, and the Victoria Arts & Theater Tower in Quezon City.
NSJBI is set to launch its newest offering the Victoria Skin and Laser Center. Said place will be a haven for relaxation in the metro equipped with cutting edge technology for beauty and skin care needs.
To learn more about the upcoming projects of NSJBI, visit their official website and Facebook page.
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