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TORRE DE MANILA

17 May

 

Old Manila’s primed for a comeback, and she’s doing it in style. The cityscape is currently undergoing various redevelopment initiatives, with old buildings, streets, and trodden districts getting re-decked and refurbished for the 21st century.

Among the rising “jewel” landmarks is DMCI Homes’ latest project in the city, aptly called “Torre de Manila.”  Developed by the leading residential resort specialist, DMCI Homes, Torre de Manila is a resort-inspired high-rise condominium tower that will further solidify Manila’s status as a residential city for today’s upwardly mobile professionals and start-up families.

Located on a strategic vantage within the bohemian district of Ermita, Torre de Manila will rise in the heart of Manila, surrounded by popular and historic destinations that add prestige to its image.  Found beside Sta. Isabel College, Torre de Manila’s surrounding area also consists of Rizal Park (40 meters across), Adamson University by the east, Manila City Hall and SM City Manila by the north, Manila Doctors Hospital at the west, the LRT-UN Avenue Station at the south, and the majestic Manila Bay at three blocks away.

This fantastic location will offer residents close proximity to all the necessary establishments – schools, hospitals, religious centers, business districts and commercial areas as well as major thoroughfares.   This makes the project an ideal address for Manila denizens seeking to upgrade their residence, as well as those from the Pasay area.  It can also serve as a halfway home for those living in the nearby suburbs including Cavite, Batangas, Laguna, and Rizal.

 
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