Archive for April, 2011
Enjoy life feasts at The Lerato
If you want to expirience a cosmopolitan lifestyle, then The Lerato, Alveo Land’s newest project, is set to offer this pleasure.
Designed specifically for executives, professionals and students within Makati Central Business District (MCBD), th eunits measure from 30 – 32 square meter and cost P3 Million, Regardless of the height and view.
“These are the investor, on-the-go market that wants home, work and play in one continuous area, says Aris Gonzales, Senior Manager for Project Development of Alveo Land.
Further, The Lerato’s amenities – from lap and lounge pools. a workout studio, and the open green spaces that have become one of Alveo’s distinguishing features are completed by boutiques, cafes, and other commercial spaces, all in a close proximity.
Add The Lerato’s convenient locaton that will connect residents to a wide range of destination hotspots – from world-class districts.
“The Lerato is aimed at satisfying the growing hunger of the Filipino for a cosmopolitan lifestyle and a fuller life,”
The lerato’s location makes it both a prime venue for residential living and for offering various dining options as a lifestyle choice, an experience unique to the development.”
In today’s fast-paced, high-tech world, you need a residence that will connect you to places of interest – work, play and commute – in an instant.
Only one condominium project in the metro satisfies all of these life necessities: Manhattan Garden City at the Araneta Center.
The Araneta Group, the main proponent behind the country’s first lifestyle and shopping mecca, has enjoyed success in its partnership with Megaworld Corporation, the country’s largest residential condominium and townships developer, to make the Araneta Center a thriving and sustainable mini-city.
“Manhattan Garden City is where residents will experience true connectivity in life, not just with their loved ones, but the other important aspects of life, such as work and leisure,”
as noted by Megaworld Central Properties Inc. President Anthony Charlemagne Yu.
From your stylish executive studio, one- or two-bedroom suite at Manhattan Heights, the newest phase of Manhattan Garden City, you can take a leisurely walk along the interconnected walkways to reach the play amenities not just within Manhattan Heights but the other phases as well.
Take a dip in the lap pool, host some games for the kids at the play area, or run for a kilometer along the jogging path. With more than 40 amenities and counting for the first three phases alone, you will surely have a grand time everyday, especially during weekends, with your loved ones.
Of course, many other play amenities abound within your new home: the Araneta Center. Shop to your heart’s delight at Gateway Mall.
Cheer for your favorite PBA team, or watch any of the upcoming concerts, whether of foreign or local acts, at the Big Dome. Or book a romantic dinner for two amidst the paradise setting of the Oasis.
Instead of going down for some “me” time, you can also go up: all four towers of Manhattan Heights host sky gardens at the top four levels.
Finish reading the latest thriller in a corner nook beside vibrant landscaping.
Or just let time and all your worries pass by as birds and butterflies keep you company.
The same connecting walkways will lead you to a fast commute around the metropolis and your place of work, via the LRT2 or MRT. Reach Ortigas and Makati within 20 minutes via the southbound train.
Or commute and hawk goods at Divisoria in half an hour. Reach the University Belt at the same amount of time and be connected to places of learning and history.
By living at Manhattan Garden City, you won’t necessarily need a car, and by taking the trains, you lessen your carbon footprint and contribute against further greenhouse gas emissions.
“This is actually one of the features that makes it a sustainable project, because it was designed to encourage residents to walk, take the trains and make their own contribution for the environment. Here, you are connected not just to the important things in life but to the world as well,”
Mr. Yu noted.