Not all real estate developments can lay claim to the fact that they provide residents not just with comfortable living but also easy access to where the city’s culture and history are cultivated. Robinsons Land Corporation can with their Manila-based project, The Radiance Manila Bay.
The Radiance is a 1,076-unit residential condominium that rises along Roxas Boulevard, giving you a view of the famous Manila Bay sunset. Its location simplifies traveling to Makati, the districts of Malate and Ermita, and the Coastal Road. Among its stand-out features and amenities are large unit cuts, an Olympic-size pool, a private theater, a videoke room, and the Ring Rob digital concierge facility.
But a convenient location and top amenities are not the only benefits this development offers. The Radiance also puts residents among cultural landmarks that will enrich their cultural and historical awareness.
“If you want to be away from the hustle and bustle, and fully enjoy wellness and arts-related recreation, this is the perfect home for you,” senior vice president for Robinsons Residences Mybelle GoBio said.
For those looking to enrich their cultural knowledge of Manila and the country in general, you can always pay a visit to the Metropolitan Museum, the Museo Pambata, the National Library of the Philippines, the monumental Intramuros, and the museums and galleries in Pasay, which are easily accessible from The Radiance.
The Radiance is also located across the Cultural Center of the Philippines, where residents can go to view and enjoy international as well as world-class local performances, exhibitions, and festivals.
For parents looking to enroll their college-bound children to a university or college that has proven its merit for decades, you’ll find that The Radiance is in close proximity to academic institutions such as the De La Salle University, St. Scholastica’s College, and Philippine Women’s University. As for other age-old establishments that not only play a huge part in the nation’s history but are also essential in doing business, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas and the Manila City Hall are just a stone’s throw away.
“We realized that the Manila market could still be served. So we are tapping businessmen, foreigners and people who love arts,” GoBio added.
The North Tower of The Radiance Manila Bay is set to be completed by 2018.
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