Megaworlds project in Chinatown attracts investors
Cityplace, the new Hong Kong-style residential and retail district in Chinatown, is nearing completion, with two festivities marked recently by Megaworld Corp.
Megaworld Corp. chairman & CEO Andrew Tan, Manila Mayor Alfredo Lim and District 3 Rep. Maria Zenaida Angping led the groundbreaking ceremonies for the four-story Cityplace Mall last December.
Meanwhile, Cityplace managing director William Co led the topping off ceremonies for the two residential towers of Cityplace on Feb. 24.
“The topping off ceremonies for Cityplace and the groundbreaking for Cityplace Mall are two momentous occasions, as we near the completion of this project. Starting next year, our residents will experience vibrant Hong Kong-style lifestyle and business at Cityplace,” Co said.
Business-minded Chinese-Filipinos will find this project a strategic location for home and business since it is located at the heart of Chinatown along Reina Regente St. Top schools including Chiang Kai Shek College and St. Stephen’s High School are nearby. The 168 Mall across the street plus the upcoming Cityplace Mall both provide exciting business opportunities for retail, restaurant and other allied businesses.
Residents will enjoy the amenities at the podium deck, including a lap pool, kiddie pool, clubhouse and gazebo.
Due to Megaworld’s successful sales efforts, the project’s two towers have only a few units left.
Two-bedroom units start at 78 sqm to a large 162 sqm. Three-bedroom affairs range from 102 sqm to a spacious 138 sqm. Large families, meanwhile, will find the 168 sqm four-bedroom units palatial.