205 Santolan by Rockwell October availability

Ready for Occupancy available houses at 205 Santolan by Rockwell
(October 2014):

*3BR, 304sqm, 2 carpark – PHP 22,088,000
*3BR, 304sqm, 2 carpark – PHP 22,088,000
*3BR, 304sqm, 2 carpark – PHP 22,088,000
*3BR Flat, 319sqm, 2 carpark – PHP 23,742,000
*3BR Flat, 319sqm, 2 carpark – PHP 23,742,000
*4BR, 346sqm, 2 carpark – PHP 25,733,000
*4BR, 344sqm, 2 carpark – PHP 26,059,000
*3BR Flat, 363sqm, 2 carpark, PHP 27,425,000
*3BR, 367sqm, 2 carpark – PHP 27,500,000

Cook Out to Help Out – Power Plant Mall

In case you’ll be around the Rockwell Power Plant area, we’d like to invite you to support our charity event happening this weekend, January 24 – 26.

Visit Cook Out to Help Out. Buy a burger, build more homes!

This weekend, we have the best chefs and bands cooking up the best gourmet burgers and entertainment to help the cause.

All proceeds go to Habitat for Humanity to build sustainable homes for rebuilding Visayas.

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Rockwell Land earmarks P12-B for 2013 projects

MANILA, Philippines – Rockwell Land Inc., the upscale property development arm of the Lopez group, is spending P12 billion for 2013 project launches that will capture a broader market.

The company is also building its first development in Cebu.

On the sidelines of the company’s stockholders’ meeting on Wednesday, May 29, Rockwell Land president and CEO Nestor Padilla said they would launch in June a second residential brand — Primaries — which would cater to the middle-income market.

The first project under this brand, 53 Benitez, is a two-tower mid-rise residential condominium offering 345 units in New Manila, Quezon City. Rockwell Land eyes to generate P2.2 billion from the project.

“While maintaining our strong foothold in the high-end segment, we are optimistic at an overwhelming reception of Primaries from the local market,” Padilla said.

“With this new subsidiary, we will offer homes that are essential and universally functional with well planned living spaces and built with quality. More importantly, our target market’s value for money is emphasized with our product offerings,” he added.

Cebu project

Rockwell Land is also launching its first project outside Metro Manila, following its acquisition of 3.1-hectare lot in Lahug, Cebu.

Padilla said the company would shell out up to P3 billion for the Cebu project, which is expected to generate P4.6 billion in revenues over the next 4 years.

Rockwell Land targets a net income of up to P1.5 billion in 2013, up from P1.1 billion in 2012.

Boosting income are office and service apartment developments. The company is constructing its third office tower in Ortigas Center, and is opening The Edades, a service apartment for expats, in the first quarter of 2014.

“The company believes that by maintaining a healthy and stable recurring income, it will provide itself with a solid buffer for the cyclical nature of the property market,” Padilla said. 

From Rappler.Com
http://www.rappler.com/business/industries/175-real-estate/30194-rockwell-land-2013-projects

A Safe Community and Unmatched Lifestyle brought by Rockwell Land

Rockwell’s tight security measures preserve the safety of all its residents and developments, making illustrious towers at the Rockwell Center, the Grove by Rockwell, and 205 Santolan by Rockwell most sought after homes for families and professionals. With a rigorously trained security team, measurements against calamities, and reliable 100% back-up power in case of outages, Rockwell has perfected the safe and secure home. Continue reading

Rockwell Properties Remain as the Best Investments in the booming Property Industry

Real estate has increasingly become the top choice for discerning investors. The growth in demand for high-end residences is attributed to the expansion of the business process outsourcing industry and the increasing population of expatriates in the country according to a recent report of the Global Property Guide. Continue reading

PH economy grows 7.1% in Q3, highest in ASEAN

(business news via rappler.com)

MANILA, Philippines – Exceeding economists’ expectations, the Philippine economy grew 7.1% in the third quarter of 2012, the highest in Southeast Asia, officials announced.

In a press conference on Wednesday, November 28, National Statistical Coordination Board Secretary-General Jose Ramon Albert said the better-than-expected growth was driven mainly by the services sector, supported by “the 5 consecutive quarters of sustained accelerated growth of the industry and the seemingly weather tolerant agriculture sector.” Continue reading