From left to right: Engr. Morris Agoncillo, Engr. Liberito Espiritu, Anchor Land President Elizabeth Ventura, Arch. Albert S. Yu ASYA Design, Anchor Land Vice-Chairman & CEO Steve Li, Anchor Land Board of Director Jason Li, Anchor Land AVP for Engineering Rey Villanueva and Engr. Jason Santos
Monarch Parksuites Seals Top Floor In Grand Style
Feb 23, 2015

Monarch Parksuites, Anchor Land’s latest luxury residential landmark at the heart of the Bay City, is topping off at the most perfect juncture—just when activity at Bay City Macapagal, the Philippines’ newest entertainment enclave, is going into high gear.

Early in 2015, the City of Dreams opened its doors to the public. The $1.3 billion project includes three hotel developments—Nobu Hotel, Hyatt, and Crown Towers Manila. Its opening upped the level of activity within the area, with neighboring Solaire Resort and Casino continuing to bring in a steady stream of visitors from both the Philippines and the rest of the world. The City of Dreams’ early success is obviously an indicator of the promises that await other locators in the area. Not so far away, construction is ongoing on the Resorts World Bayshore complex, a $1.1-billion partnership between Alliance Global Group, Inc. and Genting Hong Kong, Ltd. Once completed, Bay City will have more than 6,000 hotel rooms and 3.3 million square feet of casino gaming areas, creating up to 40,000 jobs, and attracting at least a million tourists annually.


For Monarch Parksuites, the topping off activity signals new opportunities for its current and prospective investors and homeowners.

Conveniently and strategically located at the heart of all the developments in Bay City, investor interest in Anchor Land’s projects, particularly Monarch Parksuites, is at an all-time high. Evidently, it sits right at the doorstep of the Philippines’ most ambitious luxury amusement development.  As all indications point to more robust business activities in the days ahead, prospective investors see Monarch Parksuites as a perfect property investment.

For one, it is the only upscale residential development in the area whose completion date will coincide with the opening of all hotel complexes in the area. It will also be able to supply the demand for residential spaces in the area. Its proximity to all the new developments and access to all major Metro Manila destinations ensure that it will be the residence of choice of casino executives, high-rollers, and all other professionals who would be working in the Bay Area – estimated to host thousands of expatriate professionals and employees in the future. In fact, demand for residential housing in the area is already moving upwards, benefiting investors in the long run.

There are many factors that put Monarch Parksuites at a prime position benefitting directly from the dynamism of the Bay City Macapagal in particular, and of the Philippine economy in general.

A 17-storey residential luxury condominium standing on an 18,000-square meter lot, it is composed of four towers: Windsor Suites, Windsor Place, Balmoral Suites, and Balmoral Place. It boasts of Dutch-baroque inspired interiors.Each tower has spacious units that feature spectacular views of the surrounding areas: the majestic sunset of Manila Bay, the Makati skyline, the Mall of Asia Complex and the Philippine Entertainment City.

Designed by multi-awarded architect Arch. Albert S. Yu and his firm ASYA Design Partner. Monarch Parksuitescreates a good balance between the fresh atmosphere created by the Bay City’s open spaces and the sights and sounds from the booming entertainment and  financial district. Conceptualized to provide the luxurious comforts of home, Monarch Parksuites is equipped with over 8,000 square meters of high grade and outstanding amenities, including a 50-meter lap pool, a private theater, media room, a modern gym, tennis court, basketball court, and a grand dining room, among many others.

The Bay City is all set to take off, and with it, Monarch Parksuites is set to reach greater heights.

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