You said: Just across the España Avenue few steps from this monument will soon rise a tower, the Azotea De España, a morethan 30 storey skyscraper with literally azotea on every room. Squareland 707 and Lidd's Realty builds. For Particulars, call 00-63-2-741-3552 or 00-63-2-741-5931. On nearby Moret st. intersecting españa avenue is the now completed University Tower Phase I and soon to rise Phase II at Galicia St.
You said: This building was already demolished as of October 29,2007 Monday to make way for Megaworld's Parkway Residences.
Soon the site of Manhattan Parkway and Parkview Residences...alas! Call 00-63-2-810-3333 for particulars or visit dot.com.ph/megaworld/index.html
You said: I see, so you have juxtapositioned the Sogo building which is supposed to be more on the left of the picture and can not be seen from this vantage at regular pictures... okay...now it's clarified. Thanks.
You said: Date: Sat, 3 Mar 2007 08:13:35 -0800 (PST)
From: "cool dela peña" Add to Address BookAdd to Address Book Add Mobile Alert
Subject: PHONE Call Today 712-4669 University Tower I España
To: Send an Instant Message firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, Send an Instant Message firstname.lastname@example.org
March 03, 2007 Saturday
University Tower I
Moret St., Sampaloc Manila Philippines
Dear Nitz Cañete:
I have called you up this afternoon at 712-4669 and you gave your e-mail addie as email@example.com. You also gave your cell number as 0920-237-0588. You introduce yourself as Nitz Cañete and you have the "voice character" of Sharmaine Arnaiz. I have also called you up on your cell immediately after our conversation on the landline. On our phone conversation, I gave you my e-mail addie as firstname.lastname@example.org.
I haven't receive any e-mail from you on the seminar materials on Sales Agenting for Sales/Reservation of units of University Tower I erected at Moret St. tangential to España fronting UST,building is on completion stage. We have also talked on the University Tower II at Galicia St. parallel to Moret St., still to be erected. All of these are enclosed on our conversation this afternoon and you said you were the broker, am I right?
So until then and I hope you can respond to this e-mail.
Date: Sat, 3 Mar 2007 09:25:03 -0800 (PST)
From: Send an Instant Message "Anita Cañete" Add to Address BookAdd to Address Book Add Mobile Alert
Subject: University Tower
To: "cool dela peña"
Thanks for your phone call and your email. I have just opened my email now, it's about 1am and just arrived from EL Shaddai fellowship. I'm not a broker but i need agents for my group. If you're really interested to be a real estate agent kailangan ka munang mag attend ng accreditation seminar sa office namin sa Mega Plaza at the back of Galleria in Ortigas. Are you connected with other real estate company or do you have any experience in sales? Our company is PHIL Properties International Corp. We have seminars every Saturday 1pm at Rm.943 Mega Plaza. We have lots of properties to sell, makakapili ka kung anong gusto mong ibenta or kung saang project gusto mong magfocus. On Wednesday, we have another seminar, it's a projet seminar and you can attend on Wednesday if you want to focus on that particular project. If you are interested please feel free to contact me at my celphone number.
As for the University Tower, well, you know already where it is located. The tower 1 will be turned over on Sept. this year and we have 3 options with regard to the payment terms....Scheme1 - 20% down payment 3 months to pay and balance 80%payable in 12% at 0%. Scheme2 - 20% Down Payment ayable in3months and 80% balance payable in 24 months at 0%. Pwede rin thru bank financing. For cash basis naman, meron 10% discount on Total Contract Price.
I think i have to end for now, till i hear from you. Godbless!
Last February 11,2007 Sunday, boys from the Department of Social Welfare and Development Manila robbed Cool Dela Peña of belongings inside the San Lorenzo Ruiz Shrine in Binondo at the Corner of Ongpin and Quintin Paredes Sts. at about five thirty in the afternoon while the mass is about to begin. To his chagrin and disbelief, Dela Peña's green backpack(on picture) was forcibly taken from him while the watching and equally horrorified massgoers on the leftmost pews of the church next to the St. Mark and Black Nazarene images went as puzzled. His green backpack contain his address/phone book, manuscripts from his latest cape, Walk In the Light novel written in personal kanji, approximately three pounds of Monterey skinless morecado longganisa(uncooked sausages), lumpia wrapper shreds and other personal effects including a soiled light blue long sleeved shirt, overused rubber slippers but none of cash. Dela Peña, a licensed electrical engineer by PRC Manila said this is not the first time these abusive thieves masquerading as government agents do this barbaric act to him. " I did not report them the first time since I believe they don't merit a line or two in any educated venue and they ought to be sent to the abbattoirs.", Dela Peña said. He said he have settled for the act on the church temporarily rather than be pulled out from the mass that has already started and forcibly be mounted on their DSWD car, the way they did it the first time at YAKI TORI DORI, an open air bar at Baywalk, Roxas Boulevard beside the US embassy. At worst be detained for days at the DSWD compound they share with VIRLANIE Foundation at the back of Manila City Hall. According to Dela Peña, who is George C. Palaganas in real life and a graduate of Tarlac State University, their alibi for detaining people was there is no available vehicle for those who were held on the process to get them to their homes immediately. " But if you will give them cash while inside the DSWD car, they will let you go, plain extortion side-swiping delicadeza.", Dela Peña said further. PNP men in uniform are present in front of the church with their conspicuous Task Force Bato car at the time of the incident. Reportedly, similar case happened in the past to Girlie Rodis, another writer and reporter which was reported years back in Inday Badiday's EYE TO EYE, and Janno Gibbs, a Filipino actor.