The Venice

The Venice

Property giant Megaworld Corporation recently unveiled its most beautiful and romantic project to date – The Venice Luxury Residences in McKinley Hill, Fort Bonifacio.

As the branding suggests, the project was inspired by the architecture, waterways and romanticism of the legendary Italian city of Venice. “We have carefully designed and planned a Venetian-style luxury residential condominium with avant garde amenities that bring back Old World romanticism to be experienced in these modern times,” stated Megaworld International Managing Director Marivic Acosta.

The project will feature seven residential towers, the first of which is Allesandro. As seen from the sky, each building resembles a fèrro – the gondola’s uniquely shaped iron head. Tones of chrome yellow and bright orange perfectly distinguish The Venice’s towers in the 50-hectare McKinley Hill township development.

To make sure that The Venice remains true to its origins and inspiration, Megaworld consulted the Italian architectural firm Paolo Marioni Architetto.

Italian-style amenities

More than 20 different amenities are planned so that residents will love living in this project daily. Young and old alike will surely enjoy taking a lap at the expansive swimming pool bordered by Italian sculptures of the mythological gods, including Venus. Those with green thumbs and an affinity for nature will take daily walks to the palm court, meditation garden, garden court and rock garden.

Active bodies will take warm-up sessions at the adult fitness station before using up their reserved slots at the badminton court and tennis court. After an exhilarating game, a visit to the sauna or spa is in order to relax the muscles.

Since The Venice’s seven towers are perfectly integrated with the McKinley Hill Town Center’s Venetian Mall, residents have more choices to play and while away the time.

They can take a romantic gondola ride along the Grand Canal and exchange hugs and kisses once they pass the Rialto Bridge – a perfect replica of Venice’s famous landmark. Climb the St. Mark’s Tower – another well-known Venetian icon — to imbibe the beautiful scenery even more.

Shop to their hearts’ delight at the promenade and then have some pictures taken with the lovely Clock Tower at the background. And be amazed at the talent of the stand-up acts and singers at the Piazza Grande.

“Truly, The Venice boasts of a leisurely, romantic way of living not found anywhere else in the metro,” Acosta asserted.

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