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SMDC Red Residences rises as home of passionate, enterprising urbanites in Makati

Home of passionate, enterprising urbanites
11:45 AM March 30, 2019

It is fast becoming the trendy and happening place in Makati and you would definitely want to be in it.

Formerly known—and still usually referred to—as Pasong Tamo, Chino Roces Avenue has been turning into a favored location of hip and interesting bars and restaurants, art galleries, studios and specialty shops.  This led the up-and-coming business hub to be an “incubator of new business enterprises and creativity” especially for young go-getters who want a Makati address for their trade. There has been a steady influx of investors eager to acquire a piece of rare and precious real estate in the country’s most expensive city and preferred business, and not to mention residential address.

Among those quick to recognize the potential of the area is SM Development Corporation (SMDC) as it has picked Chino Roces to be the address of its third residential high-rise in Makati, SMDC Red Residences.

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Just a few minutes walk from the Makati central business district, Red Residences will rise along Chino Roces, midway between Gil Puyat Avenue and Rufino Street.  Red Residences will have 33 storeys and 1,106 units. It will consist mostly of one-bedroom units with prices starting at P6.5 million.

SMDC positions Red Residences as the home of passionate, enterprising urbanites who are intense and driven about their craft, adventurous, independent and love the buzz and dynamism of the city.  These are the 30- to 45-year-old Filipinos who are successful in their profession and want to take their success to the next level by building their own enterprises.

Such is also the reason why SMDC chose the color for the name of its newest project, as red is usually associated with passion and fervor, qualities which describe these movers and shakers who will eventually be homeowners of Red Residences.

  

At Home with Young Entrepreneurs

In conceptualizing the project, SMDC put into careful consideration the needs of entrepreneurs.  The dynamic location, for one, promises to address the business-minded and creative person’s constant need for inspiration.  

Social Halls and the Co Lab Corner will be venues to exchange tips of the trade, learn new skills and pass on knowledge to fellow entrepreneurs. There will be an Ideation Hub and meeting rooms for residents who need to conduct business meetings at home and speak with business partners.  

Everyday Needs within Reach

However impassioned one is for pursuing his or her entrepreneurial and creative projects, it is necessary to set time for activities to get those endorphins going.  For a healthy and balanced living, there will be Red Residences’ Fuel Hub, a combination of a fitness gym, fitness pool, and kid’s play pool.

The Focus Zone, meanwhile, will feature a Think Lounge, Reflective Garden and a jogging trail, perfect venues to manage one’s stress and ideal for nourishing the mind with some quality “me time.”  These amenities will be located on Red Residences’ 7th floor/podium level.

The one-tower development will also have the Refill Station, a commercial strip at the ground floor where residents can get their daily needs without having to leave the security of the building, especially those pulling all-nighters.

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