CDC Holdings Inc. said on Thursday said that its Manila Rivercity Residences project is nearing completion.
“People were apprehensive about a riverside community, but we forged ahead and the success of this project has proven to be a wonderful surprise for CDC Holdings,” said Elsie Chua, president and chief executive officer of CDC Holdings.
Recently, CDC Holdings marked a new milestones with the blessing of its Amazon Tower and the topping off of its Kumagawa Tower.
The Amazon Tower is one of the highest buildings in Manila Rivercity Residences, standing tall with 20 floors while the Kumagawa Tower rises at 14 floors. These two buildings make the 8th and 9th buildings in the company’s 10-building community project in Sta. Ana, Manila.
Manila Rivercity Residences is situated along the historic and scenic Pasig River in Sta. Ana, allowing its homeowners to commune with nature through its lush surroundings and serene river.
The development promotes an eco-friendly lifestyle via its proposed environment-friendly features that include units with wide windows that allows natural light in, open corridors for better ventilation, landscaped park, pavilion and water-featured landscaping, and the promotion of waste segregation.
Furthermore, Manila Rivercity Residences gives its homeowners easy access to cosmopolitan living. Nestled in the center of business economic centers of Makati, San Juan, Mandaluyong, and Manila, its adjacency to schools and universities, plus being highly-accessible through private and public transportation, the project definitely enables connectivity to major commercial and lifestyle centers.
Manila Rivercity Residences also features amenities like the two-storey pavilion, infinity pool and kiddie pool, children’s play area, and picnic and barbecue parks.
“I am proud of how CDC Holdings continues to work towards the growth of all our projects, and see how the team works together to continue to deliver our mission of giving the Filipino people a home that they can call their own and be proud of,” Chua said.