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Anchor Land sees revenues of P13.1b from Binondo condo

Boutique property developer Anchor Land Holdings Inc. expects to generate P13.1 billion from the newly-launched One Legacy Grandsuites, a 69-story residential development on Benavidez Street in Binondo, Manila.

Anchor Land said in a statement it recently broke ground on One Legacy Grandsuites,  the company’s 10th residential project in Binondo,

It is the first skyscraper to rise along Benavidez Street that stretches right at the heart of Manila Chinatown. It is parallel to Masangkay Street, where the prestigious Chinese schools are found.

The luxury residential project offers condo units with two to five bedrooms, and bi-level condo units with four to five bedrooms.

Each residential floor will have only eight to 10 units, with access to seven passenger and one service elevators.

“Residents of One Legacy Grandsuites are bound to experience the new heights of leisure, wellness and entertainment through a wide range of amenities set in two floors,” Anchor Land said.

The 10th floor will have a gym with sweeping views of the city, adjacent to a yoga area and a badminton court; an entertainment area with KTV rooms and a billiard room; a lawn next to a barbecue place and sunken sofa; a children’s reading room; a kid’s play area; pool areas for children and adults; and a bar.

Other amenities include the Zen square in the middle of the entertainment area, the fountain plaza between the gym and the children’s reading room, and the glass lounge that hangs above the 30-meter pool area.

Meanwhile, the 69th amenity floor will have function and meeting rooms, and a sky bar with an overlooking view of the city.

The residential development is walking distance to Soler Street where Manila Chinatown’s popular shopping centers, like 168 Shopping Mall and 999 Shopping Mall, are found, and the well-stocked and vibrant Arranque Market along Recto Ave.

Topics: Anchor Land Holdings Inc. , One Legacy Grandsuites , Binondo , Manila
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