SMDC Green Residences - LOCATION
The green residence is a 50-storey building which is the tallest apartment located beside the Br. Andrew Gonzalez Hall, 1004 Metro Manila, Malate, Taft Avenue, Manila. The best part about accessing the apartment is that it is easy to get public transportation such as Taxi, FX, and Jeepneys within the area. To add on that, LRT Vito Cruz Station is a walking distance from the apartments. The apartment is also a place of the academic hub it does not only focus on the students of College of St. Benilde and De La Salle University but also all the colleges that are within the environs of Manila. It is easy to go to Makati CBD from the apartments. There are various establishments within the environs of green residences such as University Mall, EGI Taft Tower and One Archer’s. Worried about where to get something to eat? The apartment has various restaurants, international and local fast food chains, Cafes and stores such as Zuppa Cafés, Starbucks, Mushroom Salpicao, Figaro, Sinangang Express and Zark’s Burger. There are also many hospitals near the apartment. Some of the hospitals are, San Juan De Dios Hospital, Medical Center Manila, and Ospital ng Maynila. There are also malls near the residential place like the SM Mall that is close to the Universities.
Access to transport is so easy with the Light Rail Transit Stations just a stone throw away from Green Residences.Enjoy utmost convenience by having everything within your reach at Green Residences.
Green Residences is surrounded by several universities. Aside from DLSU, University of the Philippines Manila Campus, Philippine’s Women University, College of Saint Benilde, Adamson University, and Philippine Normal University are located close by. SMDC undoubtedly had the younger generation in mind while designing Green Residences.
Condominium amenities include a study area for university students burning the midnight oil and a gaming area to unwind and de-stress. There is also a multi-purpose area for the convenience of its residents. For those who are keen on staying fit and healthy, there is a fitness gym as well as a lap pool. Meanwhile, those with younger children can play and have fun at the kiddie pool.
Nestled between Quirino Avenue and Vito Cruz, just beside De La Salle University, Green Residences is a convenient and secure living quarters for students and professionals alike. Taft Avenue is connected to three key cities in the Metro, namely, Manila, Pasay, and Parañaque. The bustling commercial district, Makati, is also accessible via Taft.
Traffic congestion is not the only thing to worry about when you are bound for Taft Avenue. Seasonal flooding which is common during the rainy months of June and July makes it difficult to get in and out of the area. By living right beside your university or workplace, you can avoid the inconvenience of getting stranded somewhere along Taft. While Taft Avenue is a busy street, Green Residences is on the more peaceful side of the thoroughfare close to commercial establishments and entertainment hubs.
Just a stone’s throw away from Manila Light Rail Transit Line 1 -Vito Cruz station, the location provides a quick escape from the notorious traffic jams which is common along Taft Avenue. Commuting to busier parts of Metro Manila is more convenient since Vito Cruz terminal is just three stations away from the MRT interchange platform in EDSA station. Those who are traveling to the University Belt can change trains from Line 1 to Line 2 in Doroteo Jose.
Hailing a cab or finding public utility vehicles plying different parts of the Metro will not be a problem given the location of Green Residences. Access to transportation options will be the least of your concerns.
A Portal to Old Manila’s Cultural Gems
Among the numerous benefits of living in Vito Cruz is access to Manila’s cultural and historical sites. The walled city of Intramuros and the famous Rizal Park are all close by. The National Museum, the Cultural Center of the Philippines, and the Metropolitan Museum of Manila are all accessible from this address.
Pro Tip: Be transported to Old Manila by exploring Ermita. Be sure to drop by Casa Tesoro, one of the last remaining art deco homes in Manila. Built in 1901, this home now serves as a gallery for contemporary artists. Coffee enthusiasts can also grab a cup of their favorite caffeinated drink at Café Adriatico.