Real Estate

Imperial Village Community: Creating a Vibrant and Quality Lifestyle

The 23-storey Imperial Plaza built by Camrost-Felcorp. (Courtesy Camrost-Felcorp)
The 23-storey Imperial Plaza built by Camrost-Felcorp. (Courtesy Camrost-Felcorp)

It’s easy to see that the master-planned Imperial Village community will indeed be fit for royalty—or anybody else wishing to embrace a vibrant and enriching...


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