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Empire East's Mango Tree Residences
Paterno cor. Ledesma Streets, San Juan City





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Empire East revenue growth driven by P20B worth of 2013 reservations
by Business World Online | Tuesday | June 10, 2014 01:21:23 PM

PROPERTY developer Empire East Land Holdings Inc., a unit of Megaworld Corp., said it expects double-digit growth this year, as it seeks to convert P20 billion worth of reservations from the previous year into bookable revenue.

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This year, the firm has ‚Äútested the market‚ÄĚ for their three-hectare Mango Tree Residences in San Juan, and also plans to launch Covent Garden in Sta. Mesa.

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Pre-selling na to. An ancestral house was once standing at the site.
Some kinda psychedelic updates. :lol:

No I wan't taking psychoactive drugs when I took this, no need to call the PDEA,
I just forgot to bump up the ISO of my camphone to ISO-400 or ISO-800 to shorten the exposure time. :D

Anyway, are those mango trees?

06.21.2014
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An older update which I forgot to post.
That's my 88 year-old lola on the left.
Remnants of the ancestral house previously standing on the site is still visible.
05.11.2014
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^groovy

Are they going to kill all those Mango trees?
Some kinda psychedelic updates. :lol:

No I wan't taking psychoactive drugs when I took this, no need to call the PDEA,
I just forgot to bump up the ISO of my camphone to ISO-400 or ISO-800 to shorten the exposure time. :D

Anyway, are those mango trees?

06.21.2014
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An older update which I forgot to post.
That's my 88 year-old lola on the left.
Remnants of the ancestral house previously standing on the site is still visible.
05.11.2014
hosted on photobucket.com

Napadaan kami dito kahapon. Andaming namimigay ng fliers.
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^^ Oh yeah, last time may mga balloons pa nga din yung booth/tent nila doon.

^groovy

Are they going to kill all those Mango trees?
I don't know but this render shows a generous setback with several trees on them which I hope are the existing trees being kept.

Otherwise, they better rename this to, "No-mango-tree Residences", or "Dead-mango-tree Residences". :D

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With this render, I think one or more trees must be cut. Sayang ang place. Malamig at tahimik dito. For now.
^groovy

Are they going to kill all those Mango trees?
YES unfortunately.:eek:hno::eek:hno::eek:hno::eek:hno::eek:hno::eek:hno:

They will leave one in front.
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I wish they could arrive with a bette name.
YES unfortunately.:eek:hno::eek:hno::eek:hno::eek:hno::eek:hno::eek:hno:

They will leave one in front.
They will not kill those plants, ililipat lang nila..
Please be aware that this Project has not got a Certificate of Registration and License to Sell from the Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board.

The Project currently only has a Development Permit, and now sees the developer under Orders not to advertise, not to sell and not to collect amortization payments.
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They've turned the lot into a nice garden.
Building Perspective



Fitness Center



Studio Unit



Pool


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Empire East breaks ground on San Juan project
by Catherine Talavera | Manila Times | Thursday | July 16, 2015 | 8:38 pm

Property developer Empire East Land Holdings Inc. broke ground on Wednesday on its San Juan City-based Mango Tree Residences as the company marked its 21st anniversary.

The Mango Tree Residences is a two-tower high-rise condominium development on 3,000 square meters of land located on M. Paterno Street in San Juan City. The development will be composed of the 34-storey East Residences tower and the 38-storey West Residences Tower.

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Hi! Tanong ko po sana kung mayroon na po ba silang certificate of registration and license to sell?
Please beware of this developer. Check and back read the previous threads of pioneer woodlands and their other projects to get a better feel of what you will be dealing with.
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Mango Tree Residences allows residents to live high life
by Theresa S. Samaniego | Philippine Daily Inquirer | Saturday | November 12, 2016 | 02:17 AM


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Cementing this reputation of being a truly strong developer is the company’s latest project, the Mango Tree Residences. Located along Paterno Street corner Ledesma Street, San Juan City, the Mango Tree Residences is expected to allow future homeowners to live the kind of life these individuals aspire for.

Designed with comfort, safety and convenience in mind, the Mango Tree Residences makes for a perfect setting to raise a family and to enjoy life’s little rewards.

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