Megaworld already boasts 18 residential and office buildings in Makati and plans to add 2,000 more condominium units to its CBD inventory over the next three to five years.
The 31-storey residential tower is envisioned to become a new Makati landmark, based on its cutting-edge, dynamic design, which features a with a striking blue facade rendered in glass and concrete that culminates in a tapered crown .
The project is within walking distance of Makati’s prime malls and commercial hubs, as well as the Makati Medical Center and the Asian Institute of Management and Ayala Avenue.
Greenbelt Hamilton offers buyers a choice of units, ranging from studios (28.3 sqm), executive studios (41, 41.1, and 41.6 sqm) and two-bedroom suites (54.6 sqm). Select units also have their own balconies, affording unit owners commanding views of Makati’s skyline and nearby parks.
Communal amenities include a 14-metre lap pool, pool lounge and kiddie pool, as well as an outdoor seating area, gym, daycare centre and function rooms.Prices range from PHP3.6 million (US$82,300) for a studio up to PHP8.3 million(US$190,000) for a 2 bedroom unit.
Recent reports suggest the project is already 75 percent sold out and a Megaworld spokesperson told the local press that demand for residential units in Makati remains strong, as reflected in the robust sales performance of the company’s four residential buildings under construction, which its is confident will generate PHP12 billion (US275 million) in sales.