A partnership of different luxury houses is rarely heard of.
But Megaworld is taking this bold step as it taps luxury brands for an exclusive collaboration to reward the buyers of Three Central, its most luxurious property that will soon rise in the Makati Central Business District.
Dubbed as “Your Choice of Luxury”, the incentive program allows Three Central buyers to choose their gifts of luxury – from shopping and dining to travel options featuring Megaworld’s partner brands. Roundtrip tickets to Singapore via Singapore Airlines, one of the world’s only few 5-star airlines, and millions of pesos worth of dining and shopping certificates from a wide list of signature brands handled by Stores Specialists, Inc. such as Kenneth Cole, Calvin Klein and Cartier in Megaworld Lifestyle Malls; Mariott Hotel Manila and Eastwood Richmonde Hotel restaurants; and Newport Mall’s high-end restaurants like Opus, Tao Yuan, Crisostomo, and Beurre Blanc.
“We’ve partnered with these top luxury brands because they share the same brand reputation as Three Central. Just like them, the property that we are selling speaks of TRUE LUXURY.” says Eugene Lozano, Head of Sales and Marketing for Makati CBD, Megaworld.
Three Central is a 51-story luxury property located along Valero Street in the financial side of Salcedo Village in Makati CBD. It offers an advantageous proximity to the busy thoroughfares of Ayala and Gil Puyat avenues, as well as immediate access to the headquarters of some of the country’s top corporations and multinational companies.
The building’s architecture boasts a sleek, modern design – an urban framework reminiscent of the world-famous International Finance Center (IFC) Tower of Hong Kong. It will house the first and only lifestyle mall in this side of the Makati Central Business District. It will feature one-of-a-kind, topnotch amenities, such as an exclusive culinary station, indoor and outdoor spas, reflexology path and meditation garden for the relaxation and comfort of its privileged residents.
Source: Philippine Daily Inquirer