As an intelligent homebuyer, you carefully look into many criteria such as the construction quality of the development, credible track record of the developer, flexibility of payment terms, the amenities and facilities you can enjoy, and most importantly, the accessibility of the location. When you scrutinize a property’s location, you primarily consider its proximity to your workplace, your kids’ schools, to shopping malls or supermarkets, and anything essential to your convenient lifestyle.
Whether you will be driving your car or you will opt to commute, you ensure that your home is highly accessible. You do not only check out what are the nearby establishments, transportation options and road networks that are currently available, but you should also be a forward-thinker. You also find value on a real estate property on what lies ahead, for instance, the infrastructure projects that you should anticipate in the future.
Just like the two-tower Mango Tree Residences in the heart of San Juan City, while it is already accessible to the Greenhills and Ortigas CBD areas, an exciting future of faster connectivity is expected due to some “Build Build Build” infrastructure developments near it.
The 15.56-kilometer MRT Line 4 will connect San Juan City to other key places in Quezon City, Mandaluyong, Pasig, Cainta and Taytay. This elevated railway system will definitely decongest the traffic in major thoroughfares such as the Ortigas Avenue.
By 2025 to 2026, future residents of Mango Tree Residences can easily walk to its future Bonny Serrano Station which is approximately 600 meters away, more or less a 5-minute walk. Commuting to Ortigas CBD and other destinations in the east of Metro Manila will soon be quicker and more convenient through this transit line which will commence construction soon.
Homeowners of Mango Tree Residences can also quickly access the newly opened Metro Manila Skyway Stage 3 via Aurora Boulevard Interchange which is just less than 2 kilometers away. Driving through the Skyway makes traveling to the Makati CBD and other key destinations in Metro Manila a breeze. The NAIAX or Ninoy Aquino International Airport Expressway is also linked to the Skyway, providing quick access to the airport’s international and domestic terminals, all the way towards the Manila Bay Entertainment City.
This 18.8-kilometer 6-lane elevated expressway is an extension of the existing Skyway from Makati to Alabang, making it now a total of 41 kilometers. After several years of delay in completion, the projected 15-minute travel time from Buendia Makati to NLEX and the 30-minute drive from Alabang to NLEX have finally become a reality.
Lastly, Mango Tree Residences is just a few minutes away from the 8-kilometer NLEX-SLEX Connector that begins at the nearby area of PUP Sta. Mesa. This 4-lane elevated expressway passing over the Philippine National Railway (PNR) right of way offers an alternative corridor to reach North Luzon Expressway (NLEX).
Driving along the entire stretch of the Skyway will take 30 minutes from SLEX to NLEX, but this travel time can be reduced to more or less 20 minutes via the NLEX-SLEX Connector that will soon be completed. Therefore, when you desire to go out-of-town for a vacation or a quick escapade with family and friends, driving or traveling would not consume too much of your time anymore.
Aside from premium mobility and accessibility that you will enjoy while living at Mango Tree Residences, these nearby infrastructure projects will also contribute to your property’s market value appreciation, making it a great potential investment today.
Learn more about this serene high-rise community along M. Paterno and Ledesma Streets in San Juan City by setting an appointment with one of our accredited real estate salespersons. Call us at (02) 8810-3333 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also follow Empire East on social media for more updates.