Luxury residence at upscale Philippine enclave

Wack Wack is known for the prestigious Wack Wack Golf and Country Club, which is one of the oldest golf clubs in the Philippines (Credit: Shang Wack Wack Properties)
Wack Wack, in Mandaluyong City in the Philippines, got its name from the squawks of crows that used to inhabit the land. The upscale enclave is better known for its prestigious Wack Wack Golf and Country Club, one of the oldest golf clubs in the Philippines. Founded in 1930, it boasts two 18-hole championship courses in the Philippines.
It is in this exclusive neighbourhood that Shang Wack Wack Properties is offering units at its luxury residence, Shang Residences at Wack Wack, for sale. The property is jointly developed by Shang Wack Wack Properties and Hong Kong-listed Kerry Properties. Shang Wack Wack Properties is an affiliate of Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts, a Hong Kongbased luxury hospitality group which manages more than 100 hotels in 76 destinations.
Comprising 430 units, Shang Residences at Wack Wack spans 50 storeys that soar to 165 metres in height, offering views of the vast golf course and the nearby Makati city skyline. One storey typically houses six to 10 units, while the higher floors accommodate six units each. Units include one- to three-bedders, occupying between 872 and 2,497 sq ft. There are also three- and four-bedroom simplex units of between 1,819 and 4,144 sq ft. The largest of its unit types are the four-room, duplex penthouses, which have sizes of 5,780 to 6,835 sq ft. All units come with a balcony.
Comprising 430 units, Shang Residences at Wack Wack spans 50 storeys that soar to 165 metres in height (Credit: Shang Wack Wack Properties)

Accessibility

Shang Residences at Wack Wack is bounded by key Philippine cities such as Pasig, San Juan, Quezon and Makati, and is within a 35- minute drive to the CBDs of Ortigas and Makati.
Occupying a land area of 36,178 sq ft, the development is conveniently located near a variety of educational institutions, medical facilities and shopping malls. These include schools such as La Salle Greenhills and Lourdes School of Mandaluyong, and tertiary institutions...