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Please note that this property is for Direct Clients only. Thank you for your understanding.Code : DS881046Project : Residential BuildingCity : JP Rizal MakatiUnit: 39 Studio UnitsSize : Lot Area: 308 sqm Floor Area: 1,343.25 sqmParking: 8 SlotsSelling Price : Php 120,000,000.00Unit Highlight:A four-story, 308 sqm lot area, 1,343.25 sqm floor area income-generating building in Makati is a great buy for any investor. Already 92% occupied with units ranging from 15-18 sqm while being close to different forms of transportation making for a great buy.Property Feartures*4 Floors plus roofdeck with a total of 39 units*sizes per unit is 15-18 sqm*Build last February*Industrial Type FurnishingJose P. Rizal Avenue, more commonly known as J. P. Rizal Avenue, is a major local avenue in Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines. It is a contour collector road on the south bank of the Pasig River that runs east-west from Pateros Bridge in the Makati-Pateros border to Zobel Roxas Street in Tejeros Village.Starting at its eastern terminus at Pateros Bridge connecting Makati and Pateros, the road meanders through the residential communities of Comembo, West Rembo and Cembo. The road continues to Kalayaan Avenue. The Circumferential Road 5 then crosses above the avenue; one cannot go into C5 directly from J.P. Rizal Avenue, except when using Kalayaan Avenue as a conduit. It intersects with Eighth Avenue just past the University of Makati campus which connects it to Bonifacio Global City nearby. The avenue continues west through Guadalupe Nuevo where the Guadalupe ferry terminal and Guadalupe MRT Station are located.J. P. Rizal extends past C-5 road into East Rembo, Comembo and the municipality of Pateros as J. P. Rizal Avenue Extension. West of Zobel Roxas, it continues as Tejeron Street, ending at Pedro Gil Street. The avenue was named after the Philippines’ national hero, Dr. José P. Rizal. The eastern section and extension between Guadalupe Nuevo and Pateros was formerly called Guadalupe-Pateros Road.For inquiries please call:Your Partner in Real Estate,Bien Singson
Code : DS88582Category : For SaleProject : Mermolyna Residential BuildingCity : Brgy. New Zañiga, Mandaluyong CityUnit : 7 floors (condo) + Vacant LotSize : LA : 1,568 sqm FA : 3,309.38 sqmParking: 30 SlotsSelling Price : Php 205,000,000.00 NET(Buyer will shoulder 6% CGT & CWT, 5% Broker's Commission & VAT (if applicable)Location is at the center of Mandaluyong City, a city within the heart of the commercial and financial cities of Metro Manila. These surrounding cities are : Makati, Pasig, Quezon, San Juan, Caloocan and Manila. It is located at the central zone of a modern and most developed premier cities in the Philippines, roads connecting all these cities are all concreted and of A1 conditions, first class banks (local and international), department stores, groceries, pharmaceuticals, 5-star hotels, churches, golf course, all kind of private and public transportations, modern communication, private and public services and all other needs, amenities and luxury outlets are within reach in 10-20 minutes.MDC building construction was planned, designed and implemented under the direct supervision of the owner and their dully licensed structural, architectural and electrical engineers, hence, its fine details and quality materials selection and procurement’s were assuredOn a clear night, the Club House and the Garden Deck command a panoramic view of the cities surrounding Mandaluyong. They also offer a spectacular scene of fireworks displays especially during the holiday season. Spacious and well-lit, the Club House and the Garden Deck are ideal spots for parties and other social gatherings, accommodating 80-100 persons.•1st to 5th floor are rentable units and an office.•6th floor are private rooms and the owners office.•7th floor is the clubhouse and roofdeck of the owner.Lying on the lowlands adjoining Hagdang Bato is Saniga which used to be a marshland teeming with various fruit-bearing and hardwood trees. The place was home to many local heroes who gallantly fought during the Spanish, American and Japanese occupations. Thus, some of its streets are named after them like Capt. Magtoto St., Capt. Gabriel St., and Pvt. E. Reyes St.During the 1960s and 1970s, progress gave way to concrete roads and houses sprouted in neighboring areas. This neighborhood was called New Zaniga Subdivision, while the original Saniga was renamed Old Zaniga.For inquiries please call:Your Partner in Real Estate,Bien Singson