This cozy one bedrrom apartment is available for sale in Tivoli Gardens – Hibiscus Tower, conveniently located on Coronado Street, Brgy. Hulo Mandaluyong City
Covers 38 square meters and comes semi-furnished
Dining area seats two
Open plan kitchen with fitted cabinets and major appliances
Bedroom has access to the balcony with a view of the amenities and furnished with double sized bed, bed side tables, full body mirror, flat screen television and a cabinet
Tivoli Gardens Residences is located on 2.7 hectares of prime property, with 7 resort themed high-rise condominiums offering an escape from the busy metropolis. Situated near the Makati-Mandaluyong Bridge, it's just minutes away from the Makati, Mandaluyong and Ortigas business districts, saving time traveling to and from work. Tivoli Gardens overlooks the elegant Rockwell Towers and the Makati Skyscrapers. Open spaces are incorporated throughout the development, composed of landscaped areas, amenities and village facilities. Presently, Tivoli Gardens boasts a Central Amenities Area at the ground level which is composed of a Grand Clubhouse with country club amenities that include an adult and kiddie swimming pool, game room, entertainment room, fitness gym, children's interactive play area, business center and multi-purpose function halls. Leisure and recreation options are also found on Bauhinia's highest floor, the Sky Lounge and the complex’s Podium also boasts a badminton court and an outdoor rooftop basketball court.
The City of Mandaluyong is bordered on the west by the country's capital, Manila, to the north by San Juan City, to the east by Quezon City and Pasig City, and by Makati City to the south. It carries the nicknames "Shopping Mall Capital of the Philippines" due to its proximity to Megamall and Greenhills. Mandaluyong is a short distance from the 2 main business districts of Makati City (just across the bridge) and the Ortigas Center. The Mandaluyong portion of the Ortigas Center houses the main headquarters of the Asian Development Bank, Banco De Oro and the headquarters of San Miguel Corporation, South East Asia’s largest food and beverage company.