WITH the foundation of the Legacy Leisure Residences’ first tower in place, the next phase for Tower 2 is underway. Soon, the world-class development along Ma-a road will present the rising of the first of four condominium towers.
“We are proud to say that we are on schedule. We adjusted our work schedule through the pandemic, strictly adhering to the safety protocols issued by the government. Now that the rules have eased, construction is on full throttle,” said Wesley Bangayan, VP for sales and marketing.
As the first tower rises, so does the clubhouse, one of the exciting features of Legacy Leisure.
The clubhouse is strategically positioned at the front and center of the equilateral development, in between Towers 2 and 3. It is the first structure seen upon entering the property and serves as the receiving area of the residential cluster and the access to the vast amenity area that occupies a staggering 70% of the 2.8-hectare property. The open space area allocation of Legacy Leisure will be unrivaled in the city.
Legacy Leisure Residences is conceptualized as a resort village, where everyday staycation is a way of life.
Adhering to the theme, the spacious 612-square meter, two-level clubhouse will exude the essence of a vacation destination in its design. Like in a resort village, the contemporary design of the clubhouse lobby will bring the outside in, from the free-flowing natural air to the lush greenery. The interior will be bathed in white with accents in hues of wood, from the lightest to the deep tones. The space will have an open plan, eliminating obstructions to the line of sight as much as possible.
The clubhouse is the core of Legacy Leisure Residences. It will tie all of the condominium’s essential components together. It will serve as the receiving area and the gateway to the living spaces and the impressive amenity area, which holds the leisure and sports facilities, including an Olympic-size swimming pool and a water spray park for kids.
The modern edifice will house a gym, a fitness buff’s nirvana; the social halls that can accommodate a good number of guests; and the administrative offices. These rooms will have floor to ceiling picture windows wrapping it, framing the exciting amenity area against the verdant park and the blue skyline.
“Should the clubhouse be finished on its targeted date, the area could be used as a viewing area for the condominiums on-going development, among other possible activities that Legacy Leisure can host for its future residents, potential investors and real estate partners,” said Bangayan.
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