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While there had been a gradual lifting of the Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) in some regions of Luzon, this is nowhere near going back to the way it was before. We now face the new normal, where precaution will be just as important as the air we breathe. The need for constant distance and the added necessity for a more cautious way of living will be the adjustments that will stay as our clear choice instead of being just a convenient option. The effects of this new normal will be apparent to different sectors of society – agriculture, energy, manufacturing, retail, and even real estate. As drastic as these changes may seem, however, COHO – Vista Land’s newest brand for beautiful, stylish, and high-quality condominium units – is set to be well-equipped for what will be known as the ‘new normal’.

1. Physical Distancing
The most evident change that will be observed after lifting the ECQ is the need to maintain social distance during and after going to public places. This is of utmost importance due to the high risk of getting in contact with the virus. For COHO’s business partners, however, this will not be an issue as each condominium unit puts a premium on spaces. The square-shaped 30 sqm for 1 bedroom and 40 sqm for 2 bedroom unit configurations are nothing like the narrow units of other condominiums. COHO projects also usually have around 19 units per floor, making it less dense than other developments.

COHO commercial amenity space
With home-grown retail brands right at your doorstep, residents can enjoy the convenience of having an extension of their unit.

2. Window Hours
Retail stores will also have to adjust their operating hours to minimize physical interactions, consequently lessening possible exposure to illnesses. Luckily for COHO investors, they can easily transact with the home-grown retail brands, which is just by their doorstep. Each project benefits from the synergy created by every master-planned developments’ residential, commercial, and retail components.

3. Working Remotely
Once ECQ is lifted, many businesses are still leaning towards observing a Work From Home (WFH) arrangement. A WFH setup is a way to keep people safe and comfortable without sacrificing the stability of the organization. This is a welcome change for the residents because its units are automation-ready with a Fiber-To-The-Home Service. It lets you control the lighting, air-conditioning system, and other electronic devices through their mobile phones and preferred service provider.

4. Healthy Living
Now more than ever, we need to adapt to a new and healthy lifestyle. More than being cautious, we must also maintain healthy habits to add a layer of protection for ourselves. COHO’s vast amenity area indulges you with having a fitness gym and sprawling open spaces.

5. Virtual Gatherings
The prohibition of mass gatherings greatly affects how we celebrate our events. Online concerts have now been the trend in the new normal we’ll be facing. Now residents can enjoy these virtual gatherings inside the beautiful and spacious comforts of your condo home offered by COHO.

COHO clubhouse amenity
COHO adds a premium as it offers lush outdoor spaces and spacious unit configurations that answers the requirements of social distancing.

Despite the trying times, it is vital to still think of the future and develop a plan through wise investment. With COHO’s adapting to inevitable changes, it has become undeniably one of the most rewarding investments in the industry. In this new normal, its mandate to give investors what they deserve becomes even more evident. COHO is sure to implement measures of social distancing, ensure tight security, and align protocols to guarantee COVID-free communities. Its mid-rise condos let you enjoy the conveniences of your condo home in a more breathable and spacious environment.

Given all these, it is essential to not only learn from the past but to be cautious at the present. There might be no going back, but there’s moving forward with what we’ll come to know as the new normal.