Rockwell Drive, Rockwell Center, Makati City Metro Manila
JOYA LOFTS AND TOWERS
Area: 1oo SQM
Simple yet well-loved home with a balcony that offers unobstructed views of the city
This building has modern luxurious amenities such as gym, pool, function rooms, game room and playground.
Fully-furnished with queen-sized bed, sofa set, four-seater dining table and chairs, split-type A/C and a TV.
Well-equipped kitchen with induction cooking range with oven and refrigerator
Located at the well-known neighborhood in Makati, The Rockwell Center, surrounded by business districts, commercial centers, shops and boutiques in Makati
Price: Php 30,000,000
Developed by the Rockwell Land Corporation, the Joya Lofts and Towers are located at the Rockwell Center, Makati City. These gorgeous two high-rise towers are 46 and 44 storeys high. Its condominium space units are consists of studio type, one bedroom, two bedroom and three bedroom units. The unit area ranges from 25 square meters to 119 square meters. The Joya Lofts and Towers were named after a Filipino master of multimedia and abstract arts. Moreover, this grandiose towers offers just the right amenities perfect for its residents. These facilities include fitness gym, swimming pool, children’s play area, event rooms, entertainment room, plus security services, laundry services, housekeeping, dry-cleaning and basement parking. The building also houses retail establishments found on the ground floor of the condo. This residential condominium is perfect for everyone as it is located in the district centre of Makati City, where lots of opportunities are just around the corner. A well maintained residential condominium, the Joya Lofts and Towers is one of the best places to call home.
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.