The 2017 Bb. Pilipinas Finalists Visit Manhattan Garden City

Metro Manila, Philippines – Two weeks post-coronation night, the 2017 Binibining Pilipinas finalists are making the rounds among their media networks and sponsors, including Megaworld Central Properties, Inc.’s (MCPI) Manhattan Garden City, an equally stunning 18-tower residential development at the Araneta Center.

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Bb. Pilipinas Universe Rachel Peters, Ms. International Mariel de Leon, Ms. Intercontinental Katarina Rodriguez, Ms. Globe Nelda Ibe, Ms. Grand International Elizabeth Clenci, and Ms. Supranational Chanel Thomas, together with MCPI and Empire East President-CEO Atty. Anthony Charlemagne Yu enjoyed a simple but truly satisfying lunch at the penthouse suite of Manhattan Parkview – one of the first towers to be built along General Romulo Ave.

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This high-rise development didn’t seem to disappoint, aside from superb dining and entertainment facilities, it also opens up to a breathtaking view of the Quezon City skyline up to the cool hills of Antipolo’s.

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“I can wake up to this view every day!” says Chanel Thomas. Manhattan Garden City also boasts a huge centralized lobby called “The Link”, which seeks to exclusively connect homeowners to vital points of interest within the Araneta Center, such as Gateway Mall.

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It wasn’t the first time that these ladies visited this New York-inspired home, as they once strutted underneath its beautiful trellises and recreational amenities along with the 40 other contestants of Bb. Pilipinas. This time, however, they felt even more special and welcomed as the already crowned representatives of the Philippines for prestigious international competitions.

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MCPI through Manhattan Garden City has been sponsoring the Bb. Pilipinas pageant for years now. The company believes that people who shape their dreams at an early age, deeming themselves as capable of succeeding in their goals, are what it truly means to be young.

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Manhattan Garden City is down to its final phases, Manhattan Heights and Manhattan Plaza. Should you wish to schedule a visit, you may contact 810-3333 or email inquire@themanhattangardencity.com. You may also follow its social media accounts on Twitter @MGCity, Facebook @ManhattanGardenCityOfficial, and Instagram @manhattangardencity.

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