Modern residential tower features designer kitchen in each unit, full RFID building access for enhanced security
Property giant Megaworld (PSE: MEG) has launched St. Mark Residences, a 23-storey residential tower in McKinley Hill.
With a direct connection to the Venice Grand Canal Mall, the new residential tower offers 235 spacious units ranging from Studio (up to 41 square meters), One-Bedroom (up to 66 square meters), Two-Bedroom (up to 163 square meters), and Three-Bedroom (up to 120 square meters). All unit sizes have their own balconies.
St. Mark Residences offers a wide array of amenities at its third-level podium, which includes a Clubhouse Pavilion, swimming pool, children’s playground, fitness station, mini-theatre, function halls, library, gym with sauna, massage area, badminton courts, and a tennis court. It also has its expansive landscaped gardens that include a meditation garden, sculpture garden, and a rock garden.
The residential tower also features full RFID access on each unit as well as in elevators for enhanced security.
Each unit also features a ‘designer kitchen,’ which comprises of branded kitchen fixtures customized for the unit such as overhead and undercounter cabinets.
“St. Mark Residences will be among the last residential properties in McKinley Hill, and is conveniently located beside the iconic Venice Grand Canal Mall. Living in McKinley Hill allows walkable access to the mall and close proximity to and from C5 and the South Luzon Expressway, as well as the Makati CBD via McKinley Road,” says Noli D. Hernandez, senior vice president, Megaworld.
The company expects to generate around PhP4 billion in sales from this residential tower. It is expected to be completed in 2021.
McKinley Hill is a 50-hectare township development within Fort Bonifacio. At present, it is home to McKinley Hill Village, several residential towers, office towers, schools, foreign embassies, and the McKinley Hill Football Stadium.
Around 100,000 workers, mostly from the IT and BPO sectors, are employed in the various towers inside McKinley Hill, while around 15,000 residents live in the township.