Non-negotiable living at the hill

posted November 07, 2020 at 07:20 pm
by  Manila Standard
In a post-pandemic world, there are non-negotiables that should be taken into account when looking for a home. 

Non-negotiable living at the hill

Will you be able to get access to essentials, like food, toiletries, and medicines, even if you get stuck at home for several months? 

How easy will it be for you to go to the clinic or hospital if you need to? 

How safe is it to go out for a quick run to the supermarket, the hardware store, or even a 24-hour convenience store? 

Which is why opting for a home at McKinley Hill in Taguig City, is shaping up to be a good idea.

Standing tall

At 23 storeys, St. Mark Residences stands tall among the picturesque residential developments inside the 50-hectare Megaworld township of McKinley Hill. 

Each unit comes with updated finishes and fixtures, including air-conditioning units, water heaters, a designer kitchen cabinet, keycard elevator access and lockset, smart light switches, and a smart hub.

With a direct connection to the Venice Grand Canal Mall, one is almost a hundred steps away from grocery stores,  restaurants, clinics, pharmacies, banks, to name a few.

St. Mark Residences is located in a township, which is also home to 35 other residential developments, 18 office buildings, four embassies, and six educational institutions.

McKinley Hill also features the world-class Emperador Stadium, international universities and colleges like Enderun Colleges, Korean International School, and the Chinese International School.

A peek into Venice

There’s a dining strip in McKinley Hill, along Upper McKinley Road, that’s ideal for a quiet walk with soothing colors in the backdrop, coffee shops, and pockets of greens.

Facing the iconic St. Mark Bell Tower, residents can also wake up to views of the township, including the mall and a picturesque stretch of the Upper McKinley Road.

Perks of a low-density community

There’s ample space at St. Mark Residences as floors will only be limited to as much as 12 to 14 units. Soon-to-be residents at St. Mark Residences also have their own drop off area and lobby, while also enjoying the closest access to the Venice Grand Canal. 

All units come with balconies.  The residential tower offers 235  units ranging from studio (up to 41 square meters), one bedroom (up to 66 square meters), two-bedroom (up to 102 square meters), three-bedroom (up to 120 square meters), and bi-level penthouse (up to 162 square meters).

Among the amenities future residents can look forward to include landscape gardens, a Clubhouse Pavilion, swimming pool, children’s playground, fitness station, mini-theatre, function halls, library, gym with sauna, massage area, badminton courts, and a tennis court.

Topics: McKinley Hill , St. Mark Residences , Megaworld , Emperador Stadium
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