Greenfield District : Rising city center brings excitement to Mandaluyong City

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Together with another blogger, we recently attended the #connect2018 get together.

It was a reunion of all the bloggers and we had a lot of fun catching up with one another. Food, games, raffle prizes not to mention the instagramable backdrops that were set up during the event made the event truly memorable.

The event was held at the Twin Oaks Greenfield and bloggers didn’t have a tough time finding the place since it was accessible by MRT and public vehicle.

Speaking of the venue: Twin Oaks

Having my own unit in this condominium is a wise investment. Everything is within reach right outside the doorstep – from everyday necessities, access to business and commercial venues, to a continuum of lifestyle options from restaurants, entertainment, shopping, or relaxation hubs.  


In terms of location alone, the area is unparalleled, being easily accessible from the metro’s busiest business and commercial districts – whether from the north reaches of Quezon City, or towards the south like Makati and Bonifacio Global City.


The 15-hectare community itself is a progressive hub of commerce and leisure that make it a thriving destination for professional and urban dwellers from all over Metro Manila.


The township features The Hub, which is a bustling strip of dining options sure to excite even the most discriminating foodies. The Hub’s selection of restaurants includes Blackwood Bistro, Ramen Bar, Le Miel, and more – all perfect for special dinners, or a gathering of family and friends.


There is also The Portal—home to restaurants that are familiar, comforting, and convenient – perfect for busy folks who like eating on the go, or those who are craving for flavors they know and love. Restaurants here include Pancake House, Yellow Cab Pizza, Serenitea, and Starbucks.


Other lifestyle options in the area make it easy to maintain an active lifestyle, in ways that make fitness fun and exhilarating. The Trampoline Park – the first of its kind in the Philippines – has various arenas that allow one to defy gravity, with floors covered in bouncy trampoline mats. For athletes who want a workout, there are tumble tracks as well as a basketball and dodge ball courts to add a competitive dimension to the activity – and for the kids (and kids at heart), there’s a fun foam pit where they can jump and bounce around.


Another option for fitness buffs is Climb Central, an air-conditioned indoor rock climbing gym that is as fun and challenging as rock climbing can get. The gym’s facilities allow first-timers to learn the basics of climbing in a safe environment – and with the guidance of expert trainers if they wish. At the same time, the gym also gives more seasoned climbers a space to test themselves, condition their bodies, and improve their form.


Meanwhile, the Greenfield Tower office building is also on the rise at Greenfield District, which will no doubt be the most coveted office address for young professionals who take their inspiration and motivation from dynamic environments.


Of course, more than being a commercial area filled with energy, Greenfield District also provides the comfort and warmth of home – and not just any home, but residences infused with cutting-edge technology.


Zitan Residences, for instance, gives residents superior connectivity in every sense of the word. It is just a short walk away from everything Greenfield District has to offer, and the building is also fitted with a fiber-optic infrastructure that allows for lightning-fast connection to the internet.


Meanwhile, Twin Oaks Place truly brings to life the concept of “future-ready,” with each unit fitted with its trademark Fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) technology, which not only allows for full-speed connectivity, but also gives residents the option to upgrade to a remote-control home, where gadgets, appliances, and security can be controlled using smartphones or tablets.


At the heart of it all is the Central Park – a wide open patch of green where people can come and walk their worries away in. The park is home to the popular Greenfield Weekend Market, which has become something of an institution in the city for its booths selling Metro Manila’s best and most unique, dishes and beverages, and live jazz music that fills the air every weekend evening.


Moreover, malls, schools, places of worship, and business centers are only stone’s throw away from the development namely Shangri-La Mall, SM Megamall, Lourdes School of Mandaluyong, Lourdes Church, and the Ortigas Center to name a few.


When it comes to communities, Greenfield District truly has it all, with more in store, making it one of the most exciting places that anyone can visit or call home.



If finances permit, I don’t mind investing on this property


That’s it guys for now

Thanks for dropping by and till next time




Lariza Garcia




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