Top three things that QC and Pasig have in common
Megacities Quezon City and Pasig are bound to be closer in the future.
In 2019, a 200-meter bridge over the Marikina River was opened to the public. In December 2022, the main boulevard of the Bridgetowne Destination Estate, with entrances from both C5 and Amang Rodriguez roads, became accessible to the public.
This year, Robinsons Land Corporation (RLC) is set to launch a state-of-the-art infrastructure called ‘The Bridge,’ designed by the late National Artist for Architecture Francisco Mañosa.
Beyond the structural links, Quezon City and Pasig have more in common that strengthens their connection.
QC and Pasig house the Bridgetowne destination estate
Quezon City and Pasig houses RLC’s 31-hectare mixed-used development Bridgetowne destination estate. The Quezon City portion is envisioned to be the business center side of the estate as it already consists of multiple BPOs, and will soon welcome a world-class shopping center and a five-star hotel. Meanwhile, the Pasig side of Bridgetowne is seen to host a wide range of residential condominium towers, including the recently launched Le Pont Residences.
Le Pont Residences is RLC Residences’ first premium high-rise property consisting of bi-level penthouse units and a selection of one-, two-, and three-bedroom units equipped with smart home features and loggias. The property will also feature multi-level, first class amenities such as an infinity pool, private theater, and an indoor cycling room and fitness gym.
QC and Pasig are both recognized as ‘highly urbanized cities’
Quezon City and Pasig are both recognized at the 2022 rankings of Highly Urbanized Cities by the Regional Competitiveness Committee. The assessment is based on the following indicators: economic dynamism, government efficiency, infrastructure, innovation, and resiliency.
The credentials of these two cities make for an ideal real estate investment. Accessible to both Quezon City and Pasig, the pre-selling units of Le Pont Residences are located near commercial areas, hospitals, and prominent schools like the University of the Philippines, Ateneo de Manila University, and La Salle Greenhills.
QC and Pasig are set to become sustainable cities
Although known as highly urbanized hubs, QC and Pasig are also conscious of their impact on the environment. Quezon City prides itself on its Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability Department that leads the #QCTrashToCashback project, an initiative of the city to achieve a zero waste lifestyle.
Pasig City is also known as ‘the green city’ because of its various environment-friendly initiatives to protect its waterways and greeneries. Late last year, Pasig city implemented a new policy direction to preserve the 6.2-hectare Maybunga Rainforest Park. Complementing Pasig’s sustainability efforts, Le Pont Residences also boasts of lush landscaped areas along the jogging trail where residents can bask in nature anytime of the day.
“Quezon City and Pasig are already distinguished cities in the metro,” said RLC Residences Marketing Head Karen Cesario. “But we confident that more opportunities await these cities especially as more developments come in Bridgetowne.
For more info on Le Pont Residences, check out rlcresidences.com.