Real Estate Business Times
Home Columnists Business Directory Press Room Advertise

Housing Topics
  Home Buying
  Selling your Home
  Home Renting, Leasing
  Landlord and Tenants
  Building a House
  Real Estate Taxes
  Home Improvement
  Housing Industry News
 
Home and Lifestyle
  Rockwell Center, Makati City
  Fort Bonifacio Global City
  Presidio at Britanny Bay
 
 
Topics
  Opinions
  Headliners
 
  Listen to Radio
  Watch video clips
 
Basta Pinoy News
Basta Pinoy News
Filamvision TV
Filamvision TV
Asian Pacific Press Florida
Asian Pacific Press
Immigration Q and A
Immigration Q and A
 
Presidio
 
Rockwell
 
 
 
Lancaster
 
 
 
 

Home and Lifestyle: Showcase

updated on 6 MAY 2007
 

Number One Rockwell Take Up at 60%


Number One Rockwell is 60% sold as of December 31, 2006,” announced Val
Soliven, Rockwell Land Corporation (Rockwell) Vice President for Sales and Marketing.

Pre-selling of Rockwell’s signature project started in January 2006. And within
one year, the Rockwell Sales and Marketing Team have already sold more than half of the units available at the two-tower condominium.

Added Soliven, “Number One Rockwell East Tower, the building that’s shaped
like a lightning rod, is almost sold out at 73% while the West Tower, which was launched in the fourth quarter of 2006 is 32% sold. That means more than 700 units have been sold out of over 1,200 units for the two towers.”

Number One Rockwell is set to break ground in the first quarter of this year.

Construction of the two-tower project is scheduled to commence in July 2007.

“We are already witnessing movement at the project site, with on-going
preparations for Number One Rockwell’s groundbreaking.

Rockwell executive offices and a number of breakfast favorites have already been transferred to Block 09, Rockwell Drive,” said Soliven.

Demolition of existing structures at the Number One Rockwell site is on-going.

The area has been cleverly fenced-off with a stylish “breathing wall” that deviates from the usual galvanized iron construction fences.


 
Number One Rockwell is our signature project,” Soliven enthused.
She added, “It will be at the gateway of Rockwell Center and will be a
statement in itself. We’ve pulled out all the stops to make this project stand above the rest.”

At 55-storeys high, Number One Rockwell is truly an iconic structure that would forever change the Makati skyline.

“The unusual geometric form of Number One Rockwell’s two towers is just one of the many innovations we have introduced to the property market. Number One Rockwell’s revolutionary architectural design is a pioneering effort to bring the local property development at par with global standards,” said Soliven.

Number One Rockwell also boasts of a ground level retail plaza, a raised circular driveway to afford residents and their guests more privacy and first-of-its-kind roof top amenities like an infinity pool that seem to pour out the side of the building.

This signature project also introduces the first-ever Z-shaped residential units, which affords you two opposing views from one end of the building to another. The units open up to double-height floor-to-ceiling windows as you enter the room. The second floor takes you across the building to the opposite side for a whole different view.

Number One Rockwell is slated for completion in 2010.


For more information about Number One Rockwell, call Rockwell’s U.S. toll free
number 1-877-OWNROCK.
 
Terms of Use.Privacy Policy. Disclaimer. 
 

 
 
Popular Topics
Making Money in Real Estate: Mistakes to Avoid
5 Steps to Owning a Home - by Nina Sabangan
The Future of Real Estate - By Fe V. Tan
Arizona is now the Fastest Growing State in the Country - by Mimi Estel
Are You a Landlord or Want to Become One? If So, Screen Your Tenants!
Philippine Real Estate
Number One Rockwell Take Up at 60%
Robinsonland's The Fort: Best of Both Worlds
Presidio at Britanny Bay: Contemporary Urban Style
Lancaster at the Atrium
 
Business News Feed
ADVERTISEMENTS
Meet Filipina and Filipino for friendship, romance, dating, chat
 
    BuildDirect Logo Banner  
             
Asiana Post™ is a trademark of Basta Pinoy News, Inc.  Copyright 2007 The Philippine American Chamber of Commerce of Boca Raton and the Palm Beaches, Inc.  All rights reserved.  No portion of this publication can be published in any form and any means without the written consent and permission of The Philippine American Chamber of Commerce of Boca Raton and the Palm Beaches, Inc.  Terms of UsePrivacy Policy. Disclaimer.  08/08/2007