Listing ID: Avida Towers Verge Mandaluyong Philippines
1 Bedroom Condo for sale in Highway Hills, Metro Manila near MRT-3 Shaw Boulevard
Where your aspirations converge
Avida Towers Verge is all about being at the heart of everything. It is a home where every important aspect of your life converges—may it be work and leisure, family and friends, and everything in between.
Avida’s latest and much-awaited venture in Mandaluyong, Avida Towers Verge, is a three-tower, high-rise condominium development that offers unparalleled access to all the key places in the Metro. Here, your aspirations in life are never too far away.
HLURB LS No. 033431
Completion Date: December 2023
Reliance Street corner Mayflower Street, Barangay Highway Hills MANDALUYONG CITY
At Avida Towers Verge, you get the ease and comfort you deserve.
Just a couple of blocks from Boni Avenue and Shaw Boulevard MRT stations and a few minutes away from major thoroughfares like EDSA and Ortigas Avenue, you can get around the Metro conveniently. Whichever direction you’re heading, getting to places is never a problem when you’re living at the center.
Why is it Strategic to Live in Mandaluyong?
We list the reasons why a condo in Mandaluyong as your next home is a strategic real estate move. By Rizza Sta. Ana
Looking for a starter condo in Mandaluyong City? If you’re the type of person who wants everything within reach, then you’ve come to the right place.
Home to the Ortigas Central Business District, Mandaluyong is also a known haven to a number of commercial establishments, entertainment hubs, high-rise offices, hotels, shopping centers, and residential condominiums.
But what really gets people attracted to this city enough to make it their home? Pursuit of Passion lists the reasons why it is so:
1. Accessible Mandaluyong occupies the heart of Metro Manila.
The city is literally a heart-shaped piece of land right smack in the middle of Mega Manila. It is bordered by Manila to the west, San Juan to the north, Quezon City to the northeast, Pasig to the east, and Makati to the south.
Much of Mandaluyong is covered by Epifanio de los Santos Avenue, or EDSA, which links the north and south of Metro Manila and at least four major central business districts: Makati, Ortigas, Bonifacio Global City, and Araneta Center. The city is accessible to and from as far as Pasay from the south and North Avenue, Quezon City from the north via bus, FX, jeepney or the Metro Rail Transit 3 or MRT-3 Line train. It is also accessible via the C-5 road, a major thoroughfare that connects to four other ring roads in Metro Manila.
2. You’ll never go hungry in this city.
Whether you’re on economy or splurge mode, there’s never a shortage of dining options in Mandaluyong. You can try some local faves at a hole-in-the-wall, eat out at a fast food joint, or fine-dine with friends at high-end restaurants. If you want to pare it with booze, you can head out to Metrowalk.
Mandaluyong also has its food markets. You can check out Mandala Park in Pleasant Hills for some well-curated grub, or Kapitolyo Gastropark in nearby Kapitolyo, Pasig for some international finds. You can always head to any of the major malls along EDSA and Ayala Malls The 30th along Meralco Ave. and check out the latest restaurants.
3. Decently priced residential options give you the same convenience the city offers in-house.
Mandaluyong has seen a rise in residential developments in recent years. However, there are only a few that offer living spaces where everything is built in. Imagine, all that the city can offer, right in front of you.
4. The city supports a healthy lifestyle.
For the young (and feeling young), getting in shape is a top priority. You can almost always find a boxing gym or a fitness center in every foot traffic-heavy locale in Mandaluyong for young professionals to go to before or after work. Whether you’re into boxing, Muay Thai, CrossFit, TRX, Zumba, weight lifting, or the latest fitness fad out there, there is always a gym or a fitness facility in Mandaluyong for you to try out.
5. You don’t need to go far to do your shopping.
Any fashionista would tell you that Mandaluyong is one of the best places for a shopping adventure. If you are looking for exclusive designer items, department fares, unique finds, and bargain steals, you’ll definitely find it somewhere in one of at least seven major shopping areas spread all over the city—from the new Ayala Malls The 30th to old reliables like Shangri-La Plaza and Megamall.
Mandaluyong has numerous entertainment hotspots where anyone can head out for a few drinks or more. You can watch the latest movie out in 2D, 3D or IMAX at any of the movie theaters in the city. There are also plenty of bars, lounges, and clubs in Mandaluyong that are open well past bedtime, including Punta in Mandala Park and Blackwood Bar and Grill in the Greenfield District.
While there’s magic in the urban madness of a city, it is still important to come home to a place where you can simply breathe and do your thing. And Mandaluyong offers this kind of balance.
- 22.4 m2Usable area
- Air Conditioning
- Swimming Pool