Spacious one bedroom apartment available for rent in The Residences at Greenbelt Manila Tower, conveniently located at Arnaiz Avenue, across the road from the popular malls and entertainment venues at Greenbelt, Legaspi Village, Makati
Living area is furnished with an L-shaped sofa, center table and large flat screen TV
Glass dining table seats 6
Open plan fitted kitchen comes with electric stove, refrigerator, toaster and separate stacked washer and dryer
Bedroom is furnished with a Queen size bed, fitted wardrobe and en-suite shower room
Split type air-conditioning throughout
The Residences at Greenbelt is a showpiece development built by Ayala Land Premier on the fringe of the world class Greenbelt shopping and entertainment complexes. Sitting on top of a generously landscaped podium lined with restaurants and retail outlets, this high-end community comprises the Laguna, San Lorenzo, and Manila Towers. The first of three buildings is the Laguna Tower, a 48-story tower that was turned over in 2009. Inaugurated in 2010, San Lorenzo Tower is the highest of the three standing at 204 meters with 57-storeys. Standing at 171 meters is the third building, which is the 48-story Manila Tower. Regular units at The Residences at Greenbelt include 57-square-meter one-bedroom executive suites, 66-square-meter one-bedroom residences, 106-square-meter two-bedroom units, and 165-square-meter three-bedroom residences. Most units enjoy stunning panoramic views of the surrounding area, most out to Manila Bay or Manila de Bay.
City living at its finest, it features an adult lap pool, a kiddie pool, a children's playground, an indoor play area, a fitness center, a spa, a mini-theatre, a game room, a pond, rock and water features, a Zen-inspired meditation garden, a sky deck on the 50th floor, a grand social hall and a multipurpose lawn. Located along Arnaiz Avenue (formerly Pasay Road) and bounded by Paseo de Roxas and Greenbelt Drive it is inside the Makati Central Business District strategically located near malls, hotels, offices, schools and entertainment areas.
Legaspi Village has evolved as the central hub of up-market living in Makati following the establishment of The Greenbelt shopping and entertainment complex and the upgrade of the Glorietta Malls which introduced a wide array of up-market restaurants, bars and entertainment to the area that has now spread to the surrounding side streets. With international class shopping and entertainment at the core, Legaspi has become a popular location for both expats and Filipinos. There is a good mix of new developments and older, quality residences.
Grocery and department store shopping is found at SM, Rustan’s and The Landmark in and around Glorietta mall. The Legaspi Sunday Market held at Legaspi Park is a popular source of food, cakes, pastries and native products for locals and expats alike. All the major banks and 24 hour convenience stores such as 7-Eleven, Mini Stop and Family Mart are available throughout the area.
Areas of interest near Legaspi Village include the Metropolitan Museum and the Ayala Museum, while schools in the area include AIM for continuing business management students, Don Bosco, Assumption College, St. Mary’s and San Agustin. The renowned Makati Medical Center is within easy reach housing modern facilities and specialists who undergo constant training here and abroad.
• Near shopping and recreation:
- Glorietta Mall, Greenbelt Mall, SM Makati and Landmark
• Near hotels:
- Manila Peninsula Hotel, Manila Shangri-la, Inter-Continental, Fairmont
• Near schools:
- International School, British School Manila (both in Bonifacio Global City), Asian Institute of Management, Assumption College, Colegio San Agustin, Asia Pacific College, Don Bosco
• Near Hospitals
- Makati Medical Center, Medical Tower (Legaspi Village), St Lukes (Bonifcaio Global City)
• Near offices:
- American Eye Institute, Zuelig Building, PhilAm Life Tower
• Near other points of interests:
- Rockwell Center, Makati Sports Club (Salcedo Village)
• Near parks:
- Legazpi Park, Jaime Velazquez Park (Salcedo Village) with Saturday morning market