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Quality living at The Alvendia

MANILA, Philippines – Premier property developer Rockwell Land Corp. recently introduced another exclusive community at The Alvendia. The launch was made after the success of its first foray into horizontal development, 205 Santolan by Rockwell.

The Alvendia by Rockwell will be a cozy neighborhood for those who choose a life of harmony and tranquility since only 28 low-rise residences will be built on the 4,000-square-meter property. It will rise in a peaceful district in San Juan, and will be near high-end villages in Greenhills.

This enclave of refined residences will be near well-known private schools like Xavier School, Immaculate Conception Academy, St. Paul and La Salle Greenhills as well as retail establishments on Wilson Avenue and Greenhills Shopping Center.

Providing quality living for families, The Alvendia by Rockwell features three-story units. With 300 square meters and three bedrooms, children of every age and heads of the family will surely find a space to call their own in each exquisite home.

Rockwell lifestyle

“The Alvendia will be another unique Rockwell community,” shares Valerie Soliven, Rockwell Land senior vice president for sales and marketing. “With many of our clients expressing their satisfaction with 205 Santolan by Rockwell, we look forward to creating another neighborhood where families can experience the prestigious lifestyle in which Rockwell prides itself.”

The Alvendia will provide discerning homeowners with the Rockwell lifestyle. This chic community will feature a swimming pool and a multipurpose area exclusive to its residents.

To retain the standard of quality in these residences, The Alvendia will be in the hands of the Rockwell Property Management Corp. will ensure that amenities and common areas are well-kept.

Premises of The Alventia are equipped with a CCTV system, closely monitored by expertly trained security personnel, and accessible only through an exclusive gated entrance. Like every Rockwell development, the Alvendia is also well-prepared for unfriendly weather, with 100-percent standby emergency power in all its common areas and facilities.

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