Rockwell Drive, Rockwell Center, Makati City, Metro Manila
THE PROSCENIUM AT ROCKWELL
Area: 198 sqm
Modern and stylish are the best words to describe this three-bedroom home
Features a master bedroom with a private bathroom, an additional two expansive bedrooms, and a combined living and dining area with floor to ceiling window that offers a view of the amenities.
Kitchen includes an induction cooker with an oven and a series of overhead cabinet and a common bathroom.
This is truly a unique and one-of-kind condo with tons of amenities that you will be proud to call your home.
Located at Rockwell, the center of it all! Mere minutes away from the prime business district in the Metro such as Eastwood, Ortigas, Makati CBD and Bonifacio Global City.
Conceptualized and designed world-renowned Carlos Ott, Proscenium by Rockwell is a modern landmark that is set to redefine Metro Manila’s skyline with its illustrious silhouette. Proscenium is a luxury residential condominium that has five residential condominium towers – Lincoln, Lorrain, Sakura, Kirov, and The Proscenium Residences, that feature expansive units and world-class amenities, luxurious retail establishments, and a state-of-the-art Performing Arts Theater.
Founded in 1995, Rockwell Land Corporation is co-owned by First Holdings and Manila Electric Company (Meralco). Rockwell Center was their first project which was a 15.5 hectare residential and commercial lot in Makati City. Originally, this has been the original site of the Rockwell thermal plant owned by Meralco. Its name is derived from James Chapman Rockwell, the first president of Meralco. At present, Rockwell Center is comprised of high-rise residential condominium localities, leisure club, sports club, office buildings, a graduate school of law, a shopping center and business establishments. With about 20 years of in the field, Rockwell Land comes to a point to create “calamity-proof” infrastructures to century-flood cycle scheme. In fact, in the recent typhoons that blast the Philippines, Rockwell's finished projects (The Power Plant Mall, Rockwell Center-West, East Block Towers, and The Power and the Rockwell Business Center) and ongoing residences ( Edades Tower and Garden Villas,The Grove by Rockwell, 205 Santolan by Rockwell, ) stayed flood-free though heavy rains have shaken them.