Megaworld unveils P15-B ‘Old Manila’ replica

Property giant Megaworld Corp. of tycoon Andrew Tan is investing P15 billion to build a new integrated property in the City of Manila.

Located just beside the historic Chinatown on a property within the San Lazaro Tourism and Business Park, the three-hectare Winford Resort features a mix of residential condominiums, hotels, and commercial developments with a casino complex.

The development will be inspired by “Old Manila” with structural designs reminiscent of the pre-war era.

The buildings will be characterized by rich aesthetics, with intricate details of French Renaissance, Neo-Classical and Art Deco architecture.

“This commitment to revive the old beauty of Manila will be apparent in the designs of the commercial developments of this community. The beautiful architecture of the pre-war years will be seen in the Promenade, which is envisioned to become a major tourism destination in this side of Manila,” Wilson Sy, First Vice President and Head of Sales and Marketing, Megaworld Manila, said.

The Promenade will have walkways made of cobblestones, reminiscent of the pavements used during the Hispanic era.

Winford Resort, which can be accessed via Felix Huertas Road in Sta. Cruz District is surrounded by major educational institutions such as the University of Santo Tomas, Far Eastern University, San Beda University, University of the East, Centro Escolar University, and other colleges and universities in the popular University Belt.

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