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Megaworld eyes P6.5-billion sales from new BGC tower

Office and condominium builder Megaworld Corp. said Thursday it expects to raise up to P6.5 billion in sales from the newly launched residential tower within the 34.5-hectare McKinley West township in Fort Bonifacio. 

Megaworld said in a disclosure to the stock exchange the 25-story Park Mckinley West would have 514 units at an average price of P216,000 per square meter.

Megaworld said the project would offer one-bedroom units with a floor area of 48.5 square meters; two-bedroom units with up to 110 sqm; three-bedroom units with 212 sqm; four-bedroom units with 229 sqm; and five-bedroom penthouse units with 336 sqm.

“In this residential development, we focused on a wider choice of unit layouts to cater to the varying requirements of urban condo dwellers who are looking for properties in this side of Fort Bonifacio,” Megaworld senior vice president for sales and marketing Noli Hernandez said.

The project is expected to be completed by 2022.

The new residential tower also offers generous amenities to residents including swimming pool (lap pool and children’s pool), fitness center, function rooms, yoga room and outdoor yoga deck. 

Other amenities include a pool deck with pool lounge chairs, outdoor sitting areas, water features, children’s playground, game room and a sky garden at the 15th floor. 

“From seasoned achievers to young professionals and executives, and rising entrepreneurs, Park McKinley West becomes a testimony of everyone’s accomplishment in life. We are tapping on this new generation of accomplished individuals to live in this rising business district,” said Hernandez. 

Park McKinley West is the third residential development launched in McKinley West.

Topics: Megaworld Corp. , Park Mckinley West , Noli Hernandez , residential tower
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