For the first time ever, the city streets of the Metro finally have its first sports-inspired high-rise condo that should satisfy those people who choose to thrive in the athletic side of life.
In its mission to cater to the varying lifestyles of the Filipino, New San Jose Builders built Victoria Sports Tower 2 for the sports aficionado, with 4 floors dedicated to sports-centric amenities that include an exclusive sports gym, boxing and MMA areas, a jogging track, a 50-meter lap pool, a basketball court, and even billiard halls and tennis courts.
Located near the GMA-Kamuning MRT station, Victoria Sports Tower 2, or simply VST 2, offers classy residential units with state-of-the-art sports facilities designed to satisfy sports buffs and fitness enthusiasts.
The high-rise condo is also home to Manuel L. Quezon University and its graduate studies school, the MLQU School For Professional Advancement and Continuing Education (MLQU SPACE) – which can be found on the first floor of the tower where a painting of national artist Fernando Amorsolo of the late president Manuel L. Quezon can be seen and appreciated.
Of course, New San Jose Builders wasn’t contented with simply making the condominium a mecca for sports and fitness pundits, the developer also made sure that its residents will be able to live in a relaxing environment that can give them respite after a day in school or at work with spa and salon choices, not to mention a video arcade, a KTV lounge, and a mini theater.
Those looking for the perfect space where they can handle their business in a peaceful and laid-back environment would be happy to know that VST 2 also has meeting rooms, multi-purpose areas, function rooms, and co-working spaces that will allow them to handle their day-to-day activities in a relaxing and de-stressing way.
This is just one of the many projects that New San Jose Builders have in providing every Filipino with their own tranquil space. Come home to the perfect fusion of a sporty lifestyle and luxurious living with Victoria Sports Tower 2.