I want to give her a banner ad but I don't know how to put one and am still looking for a developer to do it.
|How long will this view last before buildings take over?|
Anyway, I loved my stay at SoMa and am sorry that Residences is renting out her unit, as she thinks that her South of Market unit will fetch double the rent of her Quezon City unit, where she plans to stay when she gets back from Canada.
Residences has offered me her place as my weekly veggie day hangout.
If she were to stay in SoMa, I would schedule my stays when I go to Makati and BGC, especially for the late nights out when it would mean a shorter drive to a bed than going home to San Juan.
|The building on the left is another wing of South of Market.|
I wanted to walk to Hamptons, but Residences insisted that, because I got tired from walking to and from Market! Market! with my laptop, that I wouldn't make it to Hamptons. She insisted that she drive me over.
My client ended up meeting me in SoMa, because she had a driver. Her driver made a few wrong turns, she said, but she said that it was easy finding it.
|The view from Residences' South of Market unit.|
She was impressed that the guard had to clear her before she entered, and was also impressed with the big lobby.
I had told the lobby guard that I was expecting a guest, and the guard immediately radioed the gate guard.
The lobby guard asked me if I was the new owner of the unit. I told him that I was just a guest.
Residences noted that the guards of SoMa can stop people from entering the premises by courteously asking people where they were going, and so on.
|Residences would leave the windows open but her stuff stayed safe.|
She actually liked the unit because it was cat-friendly.
She showed me the gym: clean, quiet.
|The pool is SoMa's.|
When I showed Residences this post, she emailed me this:
'You can also add that they actually started fixing it within 2 weeks of my reporting it and they finished it a week and a half later. It was easy to work with the Asset Property Manager once we figured out what was needed and expected.