Megaworld eyes 2-B sales of a project in Pampanga

Megaworld Corp. said. , the real estate development arm of entrepreneur Andrew Tan, said it expects sales of about 2.8 billion pesos from its third residential project within the 35.6-hectare Capital Town in San Fernando, Pampanga.

The company said it will launch a 15-story Montrose Park View, which will offer 293 units in 14 different unit types.

The company said the building is scheduled for completion in 2027.

“This new residential tower caters to the next generation of Kapampangans looking for a more advanced lifestyle. It offers a modern lifestyle and an old world inspired ambiance in Europe not yet on the market,” said Eugene M. Lozano, the company’s senior vice president of sales and marketing.

“We envision this to appeal to well-traveled individuals who want to stay in their hometown, but at the same time, aspire to a lifestyle they have lived in other progressive cities.”

The property offers unit spaces of up to 35 square meters for a studio, up to 48 square meters for a one-bedroom suite, and up to 48.5 square meters for a one-bedroom executive suite; Up to 54.5 sq m for a one-bedroom garden suite, and up to 97.5 sq m for a two-bedroom garden suite; Up to 165.5 square meters for a three-bedroom garden suite, up to 83 square meters for a one-bedroom penthouse suite, up to 97.5 square meters for a two-bedroom penthouse suite and up to 169 square meters for a three-bedroom penthouse suite sleep.

Penthouse and garden suites in loft type designs with their own balcony or terrace.

“Its location is the most prominent in the whole town because it is in the middle of everything. “The town square facing this housing project is expected to be a great and bustling place for tourists and local visitors,” Lozano said.

Located on the third floor are amenities that include an adult and children’s pool with its own pool lounge, gazebo, outdoor seating areas, boardwalk walkway, fitness center with boxing and yoga rooms, game room, daycare center and function room.

It also has its own sustainable building features such as low flow rate fixtures, occupancy sensors, energy efficient equipment, and a rainwater harvesting facility.

Each unit also comes with a wireless smart home system and devices with a WiFi router, the company said.

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