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Serendra Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Philippines

Serendra is one of the prime residential projects of Ayala Land, Inc. It is located between 11th Avenue and McKinley Parkway, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Philippines. Serendra was launched in March 2004.

Serendra is a 12-hectare garden community with European architecture style derived from Tegel Harbor and Germany Berliner Strasse master plans combined with the stone style house or "bahay na bato" architecture of the Philippines.

Serendra provides a gracious suburban lifestyle within the conveniences of the city. From Nicaraguan Jasmine trees, flowering trellises filled with thunbergia, swaying bamboo clusters to ponds filled with koi, Serendra provides a unique garden environment that provides the spirit with an overwhelming sense of calm. And within this private enclave, residents are able to enjoy exclusive amenities such as a dedicated spa, underground badminton, and basketball courts, multiple swimming pools, gyms, and many others.

The project is a distinctive, sprawling, human-scaled development consisting of low-to-mid-rise terraced sections in the first few phases, gradually spiraling to taller section in later phases.

Nearby commercial establishments:

The Shops at Serendra
Bonifacio High Street
The Fort Strip
Market! Market!
SM Aura within the Bonifacio Civic Center (expected in 2Q 2013)
Mercato Centrale Food and Organic Weekend Market
S&R, Taguig
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Greenbelt Makati

 


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