CENTURY PROPERTIES has begun turning over the Knightsbridge Residences, its British-inspired residential high rise inside the former international school in Makati City.
The delivery of completed building and the residential units to Knightsbridge homebuyers came a year after the leading high end property developer completed the unit turn-over of its first of a series of posh residential condominium projects inside Century City - the 73-storey Gramercy Residences.
“As Knightsbridge is completed, its homeowners will see and feel the enormous amount of dedication we have poured into bringing a lifestyle experience that is inspired by the renowned London neighborhood that it is named after,” said Century Properties in a statement.
Such experience is apparent throughout the structure, beginning with the residential units. Known as “pods,” the units have been configured to maximize space and at the same time imbibe the Cool Britannia lifestyle.
During the project’s (Knightsbridge) pre-selling phase, buyers were also offered combinable units, which gave them the option to further expand their chosen living spaces.
The 62-storey building is infused with high design features, themed interior finishes and signature Hypersized Amenities, which are convergence and amenity areas that serve as extensions of the residential units.
Its spacious lobby, called the Living Room, has a soaring two-storey-high cathedral ceiling from which exquisite chandeliers hang. A wall filled with vertical green walls and rosewood planks complement its Travertine stone-clad flooring, and a Union Jack-themed sitting area beckons at each arriving homeowner.
Residents can also expect to find an above industry-standard line up of amenities, several of which have recently opened for the exclusive use of unit owners and their guests.
An observatory space on the topmost floor offers a 360-degree view of bustling Makati City, complete with provisions for dining and entertaining guests.
In Knightsbridge’s dining area are a bar, restaurant and an al fresco dining area where up to 120 persons can be accommodated.
Another design innovation is the Knightsbridge Lanternfloors. Here, eight levels of units with floor-to-ceiling windows transform into sparkling lantern-type glass boxes that become visible from distant areas at night.
Knightsbridge is located within Century City’s 3.4-hectare master planned community in Kalayaan Avenue, Makati City. This location also affords residents the added convenience of being close to an IT-medical arts and outpatient center – Centuria Medical Makati which will open soon – and the Century City Mall, which will hold its soft opening in February 2014. The mall will house over a hundred different boutiques, restaurants, clothing stores, a supermarket and a modern cinema.
Newly-launcheddevelopments will also rise at the Forbes Media Tower, which is the first Forbes-branded office building in the world, and Century Spire, a residential-office tower designed in collaboration with Armani/Casa and Studio Daniel Libeskind, are also rising at Century City.
Century Properties Group, Inc. is a forerunner of premium real estate developments in the Philippines. Since it was founded 27 years ago, Century Properties has transformed 744,576 square meters of space into premier residential and office developments in and outside Metro Manila. Its name has become synonymous with quality real estate projects that showcase the best of innovations and world-class design, with a desire to contribute to the transformation of the Philippines into a global destination.
For more information on Knightsbridge Residences visit www.knightsbridge.com.ph or www.century-properties.com.
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