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Developer perfectly captures ‘quaint’ Kapitolyo vibe

By: - Reporter / @amyremoINQ
/ 05:58 AM December 03, 2016
The Vantage at Kapitolyo is the newest addition to the buzzing Kapitolyo scene

The Vantage at Kapitolyo is the newest addition to the buzzing Kapitolyo scene

It all boils down to the kind of lifestyle you’d want to have for yourself and your family.

At the heart of it all, security and exclusivity would usually top the concerns of any prospective homebuyer as these two facets alone could spell the huge, priceless difference: it could mean having a home that can serve as a relaxing sanctuary despite the noise, frenzy, and commotion in the metro.

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And such a proposition is what Rockwell Primaries Development Corp. is bringing to the quaint Kapitolyo residential area in Pasig City.

As a melting pot for everything fresh in the food scene and a hub for specialty novelty stores, this community offers all the ingredients for a suburban type of living, while retaining that sense of familiarity of a closely-knit neighborhood that many grew up in.

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Through The Vantage at Kapitolyo, Rockwell Primaries has sought to perfectly capture that familiar lifestyle for families and working professionals.

“The Kapitolyo neighborhood already has so much energy and life to it. We at Rockwell Primaries want to deliver quality living to families and urban professionals. We are really keen on ensuring the safety of our community, convenience of our environment, and reliability of our services,” said Malou Pineda, senior vice president of Rockwell Primaries Development Corp.

Rockwell Primaries, which is the newest subsidiary of Rockwell Land Corp., aims to cater to the broader market, with the end goal of elevating lives through best value, quality homes that modern Filipinos can be proud of.

According to Rockwell Primaries, The Vantage at Kapitolyo will stand in a pedestrian-friendly neighborhood, at the corner of West Capitol Drive and United Street. It will be comprised of two high-rise residential structures namely the West and East towers, whose units will be turned over to their owners by September 2020 and the second quarter of 2021, respectively.

With this project, Rockwell Primaries is set to uphold its parent firm’s distinct heritage of providing livable spaces by creating generously-allocated, multi-functional spaces that can adapt to the varied lifestyles of the residents.

And because Rockwell Primaries builds on exclusivity and security of this gated vertical village, homeowners can feel safe any time of the day. Keycard access specially formatted for well-monitored entry and exit will benefit both residents and guests.

Roaming security guards and 24-hour CCTV cameras will ensure regular safety measures within the premises. Rockwell Primaries has likewise assured of 100 percent back-up power inside all units and in all common areas, and offers as well intercom provisions to provide ample contingency in case of emergencies.

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The Vantage also promises to add more flavor to this blossoming commercial scene with a two-level retail row that will house dining and convenience establishments.

Of course, another plus is the fact that Kapitolyo is strategically located, given its proximity to the business districts of Makati, Ortigas and Bonifacio Global City, schools, malls, and commercial establishments.

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TAGS: Bonifacio Global City, dining, Kapitolyo, Malou Pineda, Ortigas, property, Retail, Rockwell Primaries Development Corp., the vantage
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