Manhattan Garden City Price Increase

Posted on Jul 26 2008 | Filed in: Metro Manila, Quezon City

Looks like the rising gas prices has increased demand for Quezon City condos which have a convenient and central location, such as the Manhattan Garden City in the Araneta Center, Cubao, Quezon City.

Yes, there’s going to be a price increase…

I’ve just received a text message from Mr. Randee Salaya (Manhattan-RandeeSalaya@1PhilippineRealEstate.com) that they increased prices by 5% last July 1, 2008.

Here’s the kicker: There is the possibility of another 10% to 15% price increase between mid-August 2008 and September 1, 2008.

No wonder people are scrambling to get a prime unit at MGC.

And check out this June 2008 update from Ms. Jenny Trinidad (Manhattan-JennyTrinidad@1PhilippineRealEstate.com):

We have started selling the first three towers, phase 1 (Manhattan Parkway Residence) in July 2006.
Tower 1 was fully sold out last December 2006 (total no. of units 420)
Tower 2 SOLD OUT
Tower 3 SOLD OUT.
Construction for Towers 1 is now on its 18th level
Tower 2 is on its 2nd floor level of construction
Tower 3 has its mat foundation ready and is set for vertical progress of construction.
Completion for these first 3 towers will be in the year 2011.

Manhattan Parkway, the first 3 towers has 28-storey floor levels each, with –
BASEMENT parkings 1 & 2.
GROUND LEVEL for commercial purposes (being handled by the Aranetas).
2ND & 3RD levels for parking units, too.
CONDO UNITS start at the fourth level, being surrounded by garden and amenities as well.

We are at the moment, selling 20 units left of the total 440 units in Tower 2 (31-storey) of Manhattan Parkview, phase 2.

While some 230 units were already sold-out of the total 450 units in Tower 3 (33-storey) of Manhattan Parkview, phase 2.

As you can see from the above June 2008 update, MGC units are selling quite fast. It would be better if you get in touch with either Randee or Jenny, so that you can narrow down your Top 3 choices, in terms of the Unit and the Floor. This way, you can get a more accurate estimate of the cost of the unit.

If you can make a shortlist of potential units, then Randee or Jenny can quickly provide you with cost info, and you can make a decision before someone else buys the unit that you like at the Manhattan Garden City.

(You might notice the recent posts about MGC here in this blog. That’s an indication of how popular those Cubao condo towers are. Anyway, please use those email addresses because that’s the fastest way to communicate with them. Thanks!)

6 Responses to “Manhattan Garden City Price Increase”

  1. on 16 May 2009 at 9:17 am agnes said …


    can i asked kong kelan po ba ang turn over ng manhattan parkview tower one?

    [From 1PhilippineRealEstate.com Admin] Turnover, according to Mr. Benjo Soriano, is in 2012. For Manhattan Parkview Towers 2 and 3, turnover is 2013.

  2. on 14 Mar 2010 at 2:10 am RON said …


    tanong ko lang po kong ilang floor nba umabot ang manhattan park view tower one??

    [From 1PhilippineRealEstate.com Admin] According to Mr. Benjo Soriano, an MGC Property Specialist, the Manhattan Park View Tower One construction is now on the 16th floor.

  3. on 14 Mar 2010 at 2:26 am RON said …


    and magkano na po ba ang total price ng 63 sq metters, 2 bedrooms.. sa manhattan parkview tower one..? thanks

    [From 1PhilippineRealEstate.com Admin] According to Mr. Benjo Soriano, 2BR units are in the P5 million price range. He will email you additional details shortly. Thanks!

  4. on 01 May 2010 at 7:33 am Arlene said …


    Do u know when turnover manhattan parkway tower 2?thanks

  5. on 22 Jul 2010 at 11:07 pm marie said …


    pwede pong pakibigay ng update on manhattan parkview tower 2? when will the turnover be done (ano pong buwan at year) at magkakano na ho ba ngayon ang 63 sq metters na 2 bedroom? salamat po.

  6. on 24 Nov 2010 at 5:36 pm Susan Obay said …


    Do you know when is the turnover of Manhattan parkways tower 2? Thanks a lot.

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