Rio de Janeiro concrete pouring sets another milestone for The Capital TowersNovember 12, 2014
Another milestone is once again written in the history of Federal Land with the first concrete pouring of The Capital Towers’ much anticipated upscale residence, the Rio de Janeiro.
Officials of Federal Land, together with its project consultants and contractors, recently attended the ceremony at the corner of E. Rodriguez Sr. Avenue and Violago Street in Quezon City. The event marks the final step in making Federal Land’s vision of The Capital Towers as a premier upscale community a reality. It also signifies the developer’s commitment to property investors to provide high quality homes within their reach.
Borrowing its name from Brazil’s famous city, the 42-storey Rio Tower echoes the vibrancy and revelry of living in Rio de Janeiro with its well-designed units, top-notch amenities and convenient location for start-up families and young professionals. The Rio Tower offers 538 units in studio, one bedroom, one bedroom deluxe and two bedroom configurations, ranging in size from 24 square meters to 42 square meters.
Modern comfort is readily infused as every unit is provided a house entry communication phone, mechanical vent and water heater for toilet and bath, and provisions for telephone line, cable TV and air conditioning units. The Rio Tower is also equipped with three elevator units, an automatic fire suppression system, fire detection alarm system, emergency power generator and sewage treatment facility.
Amenities such as swimming pool, jogging path, fitness gym, function hall, business center, daycare, garden, commercial area and hotel-like lobby—all to the exclusive use of residents — replicate luxury hotel living palpable in world-class tourist destinations like this famed Latin American city.
The Capital Towers’ prime location along E. Rodriguez Sr. Avenue makes it easily accessible to renowned medical institutions like the St. Luke’s Medical Center and National Children’s Hospital and schools such as the Trinity University of Asia and St. Joseph’s College. It is also integrated into the network of nearby major roads such as Araneta Avenue, Tomas Morato and Quezon Avenue, making shopping destinations such as Robinson’s Magnolia in New Manila, Araneta Center in Cubao, and Greenhills Shopping Center in San Juan just a short distance away.
The Capital Towers is one of Federal Land’s pioneering developments, being its second residential condominium project in bustling Quezon City. The Rio Tower is rising adjacent to the Athens and Beijing towers whose units are now ready for occupancy. The 38-storey Athens broke ground in 2008 and finished construction in 2010 while the 36-storey Beijing started construction in 2010 and was completed this year. The Rio Tower is set for completion in 2016, coinciding with the Olympic Games, which Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is hosting.
Model unit of the Rio de Janeiro is open for viewing at the Sales Office of The Capital Towers onsite. For more information, please call 723-4153 or visit www.thecapitaltowers.com.ph