Friday, January 29, 2010

Ayala Park Terraces Availability, Design and Scale Model - 91% SOLD

Truly a fast selling project because of its superior location within the Makati Central business District's Ayala Center - Park Terraces Tower 1 is now 91% sold. The studio units are now sold, as well as the regular 2 Bedroom units, Special 2 Bedrooms, and even the Penthouse units. What's left? And shall soon to go, are the prime 3 Bedroom units, located at the 40th to the 46th floors, in which there are only 4 units per level. Some prime 1 Bedroom units are also available facing the newly renovated Glorietta 1 and 2, the future retail center - Palm Promenade, and the San Lorenzo Village area towards Manila Bay cityscape.

Below are the available units. 

Photos of Ayala Park Terraces Rendering and Scale model.

The Grand Launch of Ayala Park Terraces happened yesterday at the Rizal Ballroom of Makati Shangri-la. After the event, Tower 1 is 91% Sold. Congratulations investors. Today, there has been no announcement yet of an imminent price increase.

Please contact only the undersigned for viewing appointments or site tripping.


Juan Paulo "JP" Reyes
Manager, Sales and Marketing

AP Reyes Realty Investment

You can Contact me @:

+63917 - 865-3689

My mobile landline: 632 - 215-2364

MY US VOIP number: 317 - 493-5744

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