HORIZON LAnd Property Development Corp. is planning to add new inventory to its master planned community in Marikina City this year.
In a statement, the subsidiary of Federal Land, Inc. said Siena Towers Two is set to be launched by middle of 2022.
The 22-storey tower will offer 297 units in one- and two-bedroom variations. The one-bedroom units range from 23 square meters (sq.m.) to 39.50 sq.m., while the two-bedroom units range from 48 sq.m. to 72.50 sq.m. with balcony or lanai options.
Siena Towers is the newest two-building development in Horizon Land’s mixed-use, mid-to-high rise community in Marikina.
“We strive to deliver an uncompromised modern living experience unique to the city of Marikina and its people, especially as Filipinos across the country adjust to the ‘new normal.’ This is why, over the years, we have consistently evolved and grown the dynamic city center by constantly launching more residential and commercial projects that respectfully blend the advantages of contemporary urban landscapes with the appeal and livability of the laid-back suburban backdrop inherent to Marikina,” Horizon Land General Manager John Cabato said in a statement.
The community also features Marquinton Residences and Tropicana Garden City, which offer ready-for-occupancy units.
Marquinton Residences is a medium-rise legacy residential community, while Tropicana Garden City is a multi-tower residential property that boasts of green architecture.
Horizon Land’s Marikina community also includes Blue Wave Mall and the newly opened S&R Marikina. American fast-food chain Panda Express is also set to open its first drive-thru outlet in the country beside Siena Towers.
“We aim to uplift living standards within this vibrant mixed-use neighborhood by continuously introducing and infusing our projects with thoughtfully designed amenities, relevant features, and seamless connectivity to a diverse set of commercial establishments and recreational spots that complement the community’s daily activities, lifestyles, and workstyles moving forward,” Mr. Cabato said.