The Seasons Residences in BGC proves Filipinos’ Love for Japanese Lifestyle
As one of the most flourishing financial and lifestyle districts in the Philippines, Bonifacio Global City (BGC) has become a much sought-after location for global and local organizations looking for a dynamic and safe business environment, as well as for discerning people who desire comfort, convenience, and security.
This cosmopolitan paradise provides the balance between the hectic energy exuding from its numerous commercial and business establishments and the chill pace inspired by green spaces offering a sanctuary from the urban chaos.
Rising in this area is a metropolitan paradise that is inspired by the dynamic New York City. Dubbed the Grand Central Park, this 10-hectare master-planned community sits at the crossroads where two progressive cities converge, Taguig City and Makati City.
Strategically located at North Bonifacio Global City, the Grand Central Park houses the five-star Grand Hyatt Manila and several upcoming office buildings and shopping hubs—all in a fresh new territory to seamlessly connect people to all things that matter.
At the heart of this prime spot is The Seasons Residences, the country’s first residential project with a distinct Japanese concept.
It is in close proximity to major infrastructure developments such as the BGC-Ortigas Road Link, the Metro Manila Subway System, BGC-NAIA Bus Rapid Transit System, and the Skytrain—monorail link from BGC to Guadalupe, Makati City, offering convenient mobility options to future residents. The BGC-Ortigas Road Link was recently inaugurated, with the partial opening of the Kalayaan Bridge to motorists. Once completed, the road will have direct access to The Seasons Residences located at 8th Avenue in North BGC.
Named the Best Residential High-Rise Development in the Philippines at the International Property Awards Asia-Pacific, The Seasons Residences continues to be an attractive option for home seekers and investors who want to take advantage of the fast-rising property value in BGC.
Read more: Manila Standard