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The Birch Tower is open

By MST Entertainment | Apr. 10, 2013 at 06:00pm
When investing for a place to settle in, what does one usually require? Wouldn’t it be such a delight to set residence in a place where you have access to all possible amenities, and close to all necessary locations? Aren’t these all the essential ideas when considering one’s home?

Gym


It seems just like yesterday when Mirobeni Property Holdings’ masterpiece started construction, and is now finally turned-over six months ahead of schedule. Previous introductions gave our imaginations a hint of how this home-by-the-bay would be like and, yes, it turned out as we imagined- it definitely redefined perfect.

Strategically and sensibly designed, The Birch Tower boasts of an outstanding design and structural team who boldly expressed their intention of giving us utmost service. “Single aisle-double landing concept” was used in their planning approach providing shorter hallways and units with individual balconies. Mirobeni made use of high-end foundation bore piles by BAUER, an internationally-renowned foundation specialist. They also are very proud to denote that they are the first in the country to use the “Bell-Out” type of bore-piling; this has a much more stability factor than the standard pile being used in our country today, which surely gives us assurance of structural safety. Green architecture was also applied—using natural lighting and ventilation such that in cases of emergency and power failure, units are still assured to be functional.

Swimming pool


And of course, what is a magnificent condominium residence without the amenities? Residents are given access to a huge swimming pool, a very relaxing sauna, an immensely spacious function room that can accommodate 200 people all at once, a spacious gym and game room with provisions for indoor sports for the adults, and a very cozy kiddie play room designed solely for the purpose of letting the tiny adults have a little luxury time of their own. And what would welcome us into this haven? A heavenly lobby that has the Sun lighting it up—an Italian-inspired chandelier draping about 10 feet long and two and a half feet wide which is said to be the only one of its kind since it is specifically and specially designed for The Birch Tower.

Sauna


Sounds too good for the ears? Don’t worry for this amazing abode is not in an isolated island or something of the sort. It pompously stands at the heart of the revived Malate district and is a very short walking distance from Robinson’s Place. It is just a few blocks away from the Manila Doctors Hospital, and is very near known schools and universities. For an added bonus, you’ll also get a premiere view of the famous Manila Bay Sunset or even the sunrise every day. What else can you ask for? All possible needs of the residents of this tower are addressed and very well taken care of.

So, if you want elegant and luxurious living that isn’t very painful to the pocket, the Birch tower is the place for you!  Come and settle in your ‘Home by the Bay.’

Up to date, total occupancy of 75 percent denotes the highly satisfied residents. Come and be a part of The Birch family, call 708-30-07 or 708-25-15, or visit us at www.birchtower.com.
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