Real estate developer Anchor Land recently topped off its luxury residential tower Anchor Grandsuites.
Anchor Land CEO Steve Li, president Elizabeth Ventura and director Jason Li led the topping-off ceremony, together with the company’s AVP for engineering Honorio Alvarez Jr. and area manager for engineering JP Carrillo.
Also present in the event were Asya Sr. project manager Allan Chua, Sy^2 senior associate Janice Marquez, Meinhardt Group VTS department head Pamela Arevalo, BLG principal Benedicto Limjap Gavino, DMCI senior project manager Renato Noma, and Prompt Managers & Construction Services Inc. project manager Engr. Rolando Policarpio.
“I would like to commend everyone’s resilience and hard work. Because of each and every one of you, we are able to reach the highest point of Anchor Grandsuites without compromising the quality of the project and the welfare of our people over the years and during these challenging times,” Li said during the ceremony.
Anchor Grandsuites is the tallest tower in Manila Chinatown to date. The 63-story luxury residence will become another iconic landmark at the heart of Binondo, offering dynamic and modern living to hardworking and highly accomplished Filipino-Chinese families.
“We are proud to be part of this iconic project which is the tallest building in Manila Chinatown and in all Chinatowns in the world,” said Asya’s Principal Albert Yu.
“We would like to thank Anchor Land for trusting us over the years and for allowing us to think outside the box by coming up with unique and modern designs that befit the 21st-century Filipino-Chinese community.”
Anchor Grandsuites offers unparalleled living spaces with options for standard and bi-level residences that come in two-bedroom units to five-bedroom units.
The Binondo skyscraper will provide top-of-the-line amenities on the penthouse level, which includes a multiform swimming pool, an exclusive health club, a well-equipped fitness center and a clubhouse that can hold grand celebrations of special occasions. It will also offer an overlooking view of the skylines of Makati, Manila, and Binondo.
“Anchor Grandsuites has been carefully handcrafted to provide grandeur living to hardworking Filipino-Chinese executives and families who have discriminating taste and deserve nothing, but prestige,” Ventura added. “It will be the grandest and tallest building in Manila and in all Chinatowns in the world. Anchor Grandsuites will truly be a symbol of their success and ultimate prestige.”