Radiance Manila Bay - LOCATION
The Radiance Manila Bay is located along historic Roxas Boulevard, famous for its sunsets and beautifully-line coconut trees.
Roxas Boulevard has always been a prime location in Metro Manila, ever since the beginning of the 20th century. This historic address is one of the city’s most coveted, thanks to its illustrious past, its proximity to cultural and modern lifestyle destinations, and stunning views of the famed Manila Bay sunset.
This two-tower residential development will soon rise in front of the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP)—officially known as Tanghalang Pambansa (the National Theater)—an impressive example of brutalist architecture designed by National Artist for Architecture Leandro Locsin. This iconic structure is home to the best of Filipino arts and culture, with regular art exhibitions, concerts, and theater performances.
The Folk Arts Theater, now known as the Tanghalang Francisco Balagtas (Francisco Balagtas Theater) within the CCP Complex, is also within short walking distance. The CCP Complex has always been popular among Filipinos residing in nearby communities as a great place to jog, train for marathons, ride bikes, and even stroll around while admiring some of the city’s architectural gems and enjoying the lush greenery.
Also close by are the Metropolitan Museum of Manila, The Central Bank of the Philippines’ Money Museum, and the edutainment destination Museo Pambata (Children’s Museums). These museums are within walking or short driving distance away, and serve as a perfect way to spend an afternoon with the entire family. If the great outdoors are the order of the day, residents can take their families to the historic Rizal Park, the Manila Ocean Park, or in the centuries-old attractions of Intramuros.
There are also a good number of upscale hotels and restaurants surrounding Radiance Manila Bay, such as the Traders Hotel, the renowned Manila Hotel, the Diamond Hotel, the Philippine Sofitel Plaza Hotel, the Heritage Hotel, and the Midas Hotel and Casino. All these hotels have wonderful in-house restaurants where residents can enjoy a fancy meal or cocktails concocted by some of the metro’s best chefs.
The exclusive Manila Yacht Club is the oldest of its kind the entire continent. Radiance Manila Bay residents can drop by this members-only clubhouse to enjoy its famous culinary offerings right in the comfort of its legendary function rooms, such as the Amihan Room, the breezy Veranda, the Helms Room, and the Commodore’s Room.
Aside from such exciting attractions and destinations, Radiance Manila Bay residents also enjoy proximity to some of the metro’s top educational institution. De La Salle University Manila campus, De La Salle College of St. Benilde, and St. Scholastica’s College Manila are all within short driving distance.
In addition, this residential development is also within short driving, walking, or commuting distance to the Philippine International Convention Center (PICC), the World Trade Center, and the SMX Convention Center for world-class events, industry exhibitions, and trade gatherings. The offices of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (Central Bank of the Philippines), the Department of Foreign Affairs, the Senate of the Philippines, the Department of Finance, and the Office of the Vice President of the Philippines (also known as the Coconut Palace). The embassies of the United States and Japan are also within the area.
Exciting shopping and lifestyle destinations await Radiance Manila Bay residents at the premier SM Mall of Asia and the Robinsons Place Manila in Ermita.
- Traders Hotel
- Manila Hotel
- Diamond Hotel
- Sofitel Plaza Hotel
- Heritage Hotel
- Midas Hotel and Casino
- Manila Yacht Club
Convention and Trade Center:
- Philippine International and Convention Center (PICC)
- World Trade Center
- SMX Convention Center
- Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
- Department of Foreign Affairs
- Department of Finance
- Philippine Navy
- Senate of the Philippines
- Office of the Vice President of the Philippines (Coconut Palace)