Mandani Bay developer HTLand stays true to its promise of delivering world-class living spaces as it continues to welcome residents to Mandani Bay Suites (MBS), the first phase of this waterfront township development.
The MBS showed a promising increase in the number of turned over units at the start of 2022 as more and more residents attested to MBS’ quality of home living since it started the handover of units last year.
This positive turnover experience is attributed to the keen attention to quality in each unit, common areas, and other condominium facilities as well as excellent client support team made available in each step of the handover process.
With a dedicated team on standby for any concern a resident may have about their unit, support is also first-rate as maintenance will be on call via the Mandani Bay Community App, a tool that places advanced accessibility features in the hands of residents.
An award-winning residential development, MBS comprises two towers atop a podium that houses community support facilities, parking, and recreational amenities. In addition, it has expansive spaces for garden units, lofts, and penthouses.
The first residential towers in Mandani Bay to be turned over to unit owners, the two towers of the MBS also provide additional spaces for a gym with a view of the Mactan Channel, Outdoor Fitness Area, and a fully-amenitized clubhouse that come standard with today’s high-end condominium developments.
“Buying a Mandani Bay Suites home is one of the best decisions we have made. We are so excited to finally move into a world-class community with a massive amenity deck and a very pleasant view of the sea and cityscape,” told by an MBS resident.
A powerhouse collaboration of Hongkong Land and Taft Properties, Mandani Bay echoes this convergence of global and local excellence throughout MBS, where luxurious interior design is complemented by the evocative paintings of renowned Cebuano visual artist, Sio Montera.
In the masterplan of the 20-hectare Mandani Bay, MBS is flanked by the Waterfront and Boardwalk to the east, and the Green Promenade to the west, giving views of the Mactan Channel and the city and mountains beyond.