About UN Gardens
The perfect home for professionals and families alike, UN Gardens is a six-cluster condominium equipped with top-notch amenities supporting different kinds of lifestyles. Situated at the heart of the capital, the vertical village allows dwellers to experience comfort and convenience, being able to get what they need and want without a hassle. But despite being in the middle of a big, busy city, dwellers can enjoy great privacy.
Put simply, UN Gardens offers the good life for future residents looking to the capital for the next home sweet home.
Why choose UN Gardens?
Nestled in a location where everything is within reach is UN Gardens in Paco, Manila is a six- cluster residential condominium development designed with the free-spirited urbanite and budding professional's needs and desires in mind. It features a contemporary architectural design, and offers spacious and light-filled units complete with plain cement floor finish, walls in textured paint finish, plain cement finish for the kitchen counter, and ceramic tile flooring for the toilet and bath.
Situated at Cristobal St., Paco, Manila, UN Gardens is a stone's throw away from University of the Philippines Manila, Robinsons Place Manila, Supreme Court of the Philippines, Philippine General Hospital, Paco Church, and LRT U.N. Station.
UN Gardens Features and Amenities
Relax in a park-like setting. Let the children have fun in a secluded playground. Take a stroll on the paved walkways. Further delivering a genuine city experience, UN Gardens for sale or rent also provides amenities and services that include a children's playground, landscaped park, entrance gate with guardhouse, perimeter fence, 24/7 security guard, parking slots, individual electric and water meters, cistern and overhead tank for each tower, and provision for cable TV.
Other UN Gardens Features
About Paco, Manila
The San Fernando de Dilao Parish Church is a Catholic church that serves as the temporary seat of the Archdiocese of Manila until the renovations of the Manila Cathedral in Intramuros are finished. A Sikh Temple and Unilever Philippines is located on United Nations Avenue. Unilever was moved to Bonifacio Global City, Taguig. There is a ten-minute walk away is a Hindu temple at Looban Street.
There are car dealers like Toyota, Ford, Hyundai, Nissan, and Honda. Presently, Dilao is traversed by Quirino Avenue. A loop road from Quirino Avenue is named Plaza Dilao to commemorate the once flourishing Japanese and the Japanese-Filipino communities and districts there in Japantown in Manila.
Paco Park, was a former municipal cemetery of the old city of Manila, and once contained the remains of Philippine national hero, Jose Rizal and the GOMBURZA priests. But soon they were transferred to Fort Bonifacio.
The South Luzon Expressway starts in this district and it can go to Calabarzon region. The Philippine National Railways owns and operates the Paco railway station.
About Suntrust Properties
Since 1997, Suntrust Properties Inc. (SPI) has developed residential communities along the growth corridor at the southern outskirts of Metro Manila. This wholly-owned subsidiary of Megaworld is known for its integrated affordable and master-planned communities specifically at the cities of Dasmariñas, General Trias and Silang, Cavite for the low to middle-class Filipino income earners. Suntrust is the company behind the revitalization of Sherwood Hills Golf and Country Club at Cavite.