Newest residential space for young professionals, families

Shang Properties has officially launched Laya, its newest residential development that focuses on the next generation of trendsetters and trailblazers.

“Laya by Shang Properties is our answer to today’s generation’s need for their own space. With the new profiles of property investors, Laya serves the youth’s desire for independence, value for privacy and time for self, and drive to achieve professional and personal goals. We believe that Laya’s brand philosophies of self-expression, human connection and cultural enrichment resonate with Millennials and Gen Zs as they grow and as we adapt to the changing real estate landscape,” said Wolfgang Krueger, Shang Properties executive director.

Conveniently located in Brgy. Oranbo, Pasig City, Laya promotes independent living through its carefully constructed spaces. Over 1,200 studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units cater to young professionals who need a halfway home or young families starting their life in the city. Units range from 33 sqm. to 149 sqm.

Laya’s indoor amenities include fitness and yoga studios, a library and coworking spaces, a children’s playroom, game and party rooms and a viewing room. Its outdoor amenities, meanwhile, are swimming pools for kids and adults; and a landscape area that connects to bright, verdant gardens and open spaces.

Laya is strategically located near Ortigas Center, a 10-minute walk to shopping malls and dining options and schools.

The development is slated for completion by 2028. Prices start at P10 million.

Shang Properties, Inc. has been involved in property investment and development in the Philippines since 1987. It is the leading developer and manager of prime properties in the Philippines, bringing 35 years of expertise to its developments. A leader in luxury, SPI has an extraordinary team of internationally acclaimed architects, designers and artisans who give utmost care to details that articulate the brand’s vision of thoughtful and well-crafted living spaces.