More families can now experience quality living at the Peninsula Garden Midtown Homes with the launch of its newest tower.
Peninsula Garden Midtown Homes, a master-planned residential garden community, rests on 2.1 hectares of land in Paco, Manila. This eight-tower development is primed with the completion of its first tower. Construction works is ongoing for the second and third towers and are both slated for turnover on 2014, while the latest tower is on 2015.
During the formal launching ceremony, Alfred V. Ty, president of Federal Land, noted how the Peninsula Garden Midtown Homes is envisioned to be a garden community and kid-friendly development that is geared for the whole family.
“Manila’s secret is now out. This project is a good place to live in,” beams Ty in reference to the high reception of buyers now opting to own a unit at Peninsula Garden Midtown Homes.
Aside from the low-density design, lower building heights and better payment terms that the Peninsula Garden Midtown Homes is offering, another unique attribute of the development is its ample open spaces which are more than fifty percent of the community.
“Today, what we are offering urban-based Filipino families is a place to call their own, a secure haven where parents and their children can enjoy the amenities of garden living in the city — but at a more affordable rate and without need for them to relocate to the suburbs.”
The development will enable the children to enjoy and cherish various play and learning activities. Safe and relaxing facilities that the kids can use during their play time will also be provided — whether they are discovering new ideas in the daycare center, swimming at the kiddie pool, reading a book by the gazebos and the garden, or playing their favorite ball games at the development’s multi-purpose court.
There will also be venues for people who simply want to enjoy camaraderie with friends and loved ones in the comfort of their own homes. There will be an indoor game room, a multi-purpose hall and a clubhouse that can be used for various functions.
“All of these features translate to a better quality of life for families,” says Ty.
In addition, units at the project’s newest tower measures 35.2 to 36.8 square meters, and will all have balconies. There will only be 17 units per floor and three elevators serving residents. The same tower also features an open veranda that gives residents a full view of the swimming pool, one of the many amenities being offered at the Peninsula Garden Midtown Homes.
Dual access roads to Peninsula Garden are also available. The main access, which is the garden road, leads directly to Quirino Extension, while the secondary road is going to Peñafrancia St. Moreover, its accessibility will also allow residents to reach commercial districts such as Binondo and Makati in just a short time. This way, parents who work in offices can still have time to bond with their kids after office hours by assisting them in their homework and playing with them. The area is also easily accessible to schools, hospitals and retail establishments.
For safety and exclusivity, Peninsula Garden Midtown Homes will also have well-lighted entrance gate and perimeter fence that is complemented by a 24-hour security. An administration office will take care of the facilities for residents.
Horizon Land is committed to developing affordable yet quality, secure and family-friendly residences. It provides Filipino families an address that is nestled in a nurturing and safe environment, thoughtfully and sensibly designed, accessible and one that will stand the test of time. For more information on Peninsula Garden Midtown Homes, please call 497-8646 or visit www.peninsulagarden.com.ph or come by for tour of our model units at Quirino Ave. Extension – OTIS (Peñafrancia), Paco, Manila.