SMDC unveils new project facing Manila Bay
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MANILA, Philippines — Residential developer SM Development Corp. has rolled out its latest residential condominium project along Roxas Boulevard, the 38-story Breeze Residences.
The residential arm of the SM group announced that the new project offers studio and one-bedroom units with balconies, designed to offer panoramic views of the Manila Bay and the Manila cityscape.
Unit sizes range between 22 square meters and 41 sqm with the current selling prices at between P2 million and P4.9 million, SMDC said in a statement on Thursday.
Construction of the single tower condominium has commenced and is targeted for completion by the fourth quarter of 2016.
The residential project is located within easy reach of shopping, dining, and entertainment destinations such as the Mall of Asia Complex, Entertainment City and Star City. It is easily accessible to the Ninoy Aquino International Airport terminals, EDSA-Taft MRT station, and bus transit points along Edsa. It is also close to various educational, medical, and religious establishments, as well as cultural and tourist hotspots.
Breeze Residences is master-planned to suit the needs and lifestyles of single young professionals, expatriates and starting families, SMDC said.
Its amenities include a grand lobby, two lap pools, a kiddie pool, landscaped gardens with covered gazebos, poolside lounge areas, a children’s playground and a Sky Lounge at the penthouse, from which residents can unwind over panoramic views of Manila Bay or the Manila skyline. Various commercial establishments are expected to rise at the ground floor.
The launch of Breeze Residences brings to 17 SMDC’s ongoing residential projects under its SM Residences brand while one project is ongoing under the more affordable M Place brand.
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