Andrew Tan eyes P29 billion in sales from new residential tower in BGC

Megaworld, owned by bilyonaro Andrew Tan, anticipates P29 billion in sales revenue from its latest venture, Uptown Modern, which is the largest single-tower residential development in terms of unit count within Uptown Bonifacio.

Uptown Modern, stands as a prominent addition to Megaworld’s expanding Uptown Bonifacio township in Taguig City, encompassing 54 stories and offering over 1,000 units of various sizes.

Scheduled for completion by 2032, Uptown Modern introduces a new level of convenience, with units equipped with an array of built-in appliances, including inverter split-type air conditioning, induction cooktops with range hoods, refrigerators, microwave ovens, and washer-dryers.

Moreover, larger units will feature built-in ovens for enhanced functionality.

Uptown Modern will become Megaworld’s inaugural residential condominium tower in Metro Manila equipped with e-vehicle charging facilities.

These cutting-edge amenities will be available across all seven parking floors, strategically located in the basement and podium levels, responding to the growing demand for sustainable mobility solutions in the metropolitan area.

Noli Hernandez, Megaworld’s EVP for sales and marketing, said their vision for Uptown Modern is to cater to the evolving needs of today’s condo dwellers by developing an all-in-one residential address that integrates luxury and sustainability.”

Megaworld has now launched an extensive inventory of about 4,500 residential units in Uptown Bonifacio, with the inclusion of Uptown Modern, solidifying its commitment to the development of this vibrant district.

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