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The flurry of excitement that comes with preparing for a wedding should not end, even as the ceremonies come to a close, and couples finally step into the real world.

That thrill and exhilarating feeling that couples usually feel as they embark on a new chapter in their lives need not fade away that easily—especially if you can find a place that could help capture that magic that couples need to sustain their love and rock-solid relationship.

Inquirer Property shares three projects from upscale developer Rockwell Land Corp., which may have all the necessary features to keep the magic and fire among couples burning.

1 The Grove by Rockwell. Located on C5 road, The Grove by Rockwell is the company’s first residential enclave outside of Makati. But despite its location, the company guarantees that it will carry the so-called “Rockwell Magic,” which means it can provide couples and future residents the same experience of convenience, quality and exclusivity that is synonymous in all of the company’s Makati developments.

The Grove prides itself of having 75 percent open space, making it the perfect suburban cityscape development. It has bike trails, jogging paths and abundant greens, pool, gym, dance studios and all the other amenities one might need to complete that Rockwell lifestyle.

The same  security and property management provided to Rockwell Center residents also await future tenants of The Grove, which will have well-trained and reliable security personnel making rounds within the entire development 24/7.

Like all Rockwell Land developments, The Grove will also have 100-percent backup power in case power outages occur. It likewise employed state-of-the-art design techniques by flood and earthquake consultants to ensure that the entire development is calamity resistant.

And despite being priced more affordably, The Grove followed the same standards as its previous Makati projects—from the quality of the unit finishing, the landscaping and cleanliness of the surroundings, the preference to pedestrians on the road and the meticulous and down to the personalized property management for all concerns.

205 Santolan by Rockwell will provide a selection of three-story regular and split-level units.

2 205 Santolan by Rockwell. Located on Santolan Avenue in Quezon City, 205 Santolan by Rockwell is the company’s first venture into the horizontal residential community, which is targeted to give more affluent Filipinos a chance to experience the so-called “Rockwell lifestyle” in bigger and open spaces.

The 1.8-hectare property will showcase townhouses which will carry the Rockwell stamp that evokes prominence, prestige and respect. Also, couples and future residents of 205 Santolan by Rockwell can expect the same things—from safety, security, a well-managed property and of course, the community—that they’ve come to appreciate in other Rockwell developments.

205 Santolan by Rockwell will provide a selection of three-story regular and split-level units and each spacious unit will have the Rockwell quality in terms of design and finishes. This project will also showcase a landscaped environment with an exclusive clubhouse, gym and pool, among other amenities. Should these not be enough, future residents will be provided with memberships to the Rockwell Club in Makati and access to the Wellness Center in The Grove by Rockwell in Ortigas.

THE GROVE by Rockwell is the company’s first residential enclave outside of Makati that promises to carry the ‘Rockwell Magic.’

Meanwhile, to ensure residents’ safety and security, 205 Santolan will be fortified by gated entrances and retaining walls and will be serviced by the Rockwell Property Management team.

3 Edades Tower and Garden Villas. Named after the father of modern and unconventional Filipino art Victorio Edades, the 50-story residential tower will rise across the Amorsolo Square in Rockwell Center, Makati.

Envisioned to deliver utmost prestige and exclusivity, the Edades Tower and Garden Villas is offering a limited number of units that include Garden Villas and Garden Lofts aside from the typical flat units, lofts and z-lofts.

Connecting the Tower and Garden Villas is a fully serviced amenity deck, where couples will find a uniquely designed lap pool located on the third level of the podium. Other amenities and features are function rooms, gym, coffee shop, business center, landscaped pocket gardens and the exclusive tunnel access to the Power Plant Mall.

Edades Tower and Garden Villas will further provide future residents an exclusive arrival and drop-off areas for Tower and Garden Villas and six high-speed passenger lifts. And like all Rockwell Land developments it will have 100-percent standby emergency power and 24-hour building security.

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