Locals and tourists throng Makati’s Central Business District (CBD) for a reason. It is not just the premier business hub in the country – it is a melting pot bursting with cosmopolitan charm from its mélange of upwardly mobile professionals and expats.
With an immensely strong urban core, CBD revels in experiences like no other. It is never short of places to see and things to do. Some of the country’s largest corporations have cemented their office bases along the stretches of Ayala, Gil Puyat and Makati Ave. Avenues, with others spilling onto the streets of Legaspi and Salcedo Villages. Likewise, its crowd-pulling factor may also be attributed to the presence of celebrated hotels and top notch educational institutions like the Asian institute of Management and Ateneo Center for Continuing Education.
The CBD is also a cultural hub with its Ayala Museum, Filipinas Heritage Library, Yuchengco Museum, Alliance Francaise Art Gallery and Luz Galleria. At night, the district transforms into a hangout as friends take time to chat, eat, drink, sing, dance as they bond with each other or unwind after a long day in strips of bars and restaurants. For shoppers and diners, the Glorietta, Greenbelt and Park Square are the destinations.
Makati residents who live within the so-called bedroom communities or private subdivisions and residential condominiums in San Lorenzo, Bel-Air and Legaspi Villages are surrounded with lush parks, safe and inviting jogging paths, and a relatively efficient road system for a harmonious vibe between pedestrians and vehicles.
With so much business and social happenings abounding within the CBD, the same tasteful charm is extended in terms of gastronomic delights. Authentic Japanese cuisine may be sampled in restaurants along Amorsolo St, aptly earning the moniker “Little Tokyo.” Cafes and restaurants offering international menus flourish as well. Due to its strategic location, Don Chino Roces Avenue holds the distinction of being the “Golden Belt of Makati”- linking to the Skyway that goes all the way to Alabang, Muntinlupa city.
A genuine experience of the exciting Makati lifestyle is only possible by living there every day. Residential high-rise development Paseo de Roces opens the door to such an enviable home within Makati, enhanced by the comfort and convenience from its range of amenities fit for urbanites.
The two tower condominium development of Federal Land that lies along Don Chino Roces Avenue, offers its first tower, Legaspi Place, with studio units of 25.5 sq) and 28 sqm, one-bedroom units of 37 sqm and 44.5 sqm, and two-bedroom units of 62 sqm. Each unit is elegantly finished and complete with kitchen, toilet and bathroom, living and dining areas. Bigger units have balconies. There are ready provisions for telephone lines, Internet and cable.
Paseo de Roces will be synonymous to de-stressing as residents can have a quiet time in the meditation garden, enjoy a refreshing drink in the open gazebo or cabana by the poolside, or just gaze at the landscaped garden or reflecting pond. It is also a health haven. One can reenergize by regular exercise in its swimming pool, fitness gym, outdoor fitness station and jogging path. Children can have fun in the kiddie swimming pool, the game room or the day care center. A multi-purpose function room can host socials or special family gatherings. Businessmen can hold meetings at the conference room or use the business center.
More excitement is in store for residents as the CBD is undergoing a major makeover. A richer lifestyle is expected when walkways are extended and retail shops added below it, 200 new stores open in December in Glorietta 1 and 2, more public events are hosted at the Ayala Triangle and a new entertainment district is built.
Life on the go should be easy and worry free with the comfort, convenience and security of a Paseo de Roces home. The first tower is expected to be completed in 2016, and homebuyers are assured of their investment as Federal Land has over 40 years experience in property development as the real estate arm of GT Capital Holdings.
For more information about Paseo de Roces, you can call 830-0000 or visit our website at paseoderoces.com.ph.