The interiors suggest what the project, stylized after the towering International Finance Center in Hong Kong, is all about. They are modern living spaces through and through, and style and functionality merge to create a personal space that echoes the sleek and chic vibe of the urban zone. Glass panels separate the rooms, and metal and mirrors gleam from the walls and tabletop accessories, giving the living spaces of light-hued wood a very modern and edgy touch. All units come equipped with accoutrements; air-conditioning units, a 21” LCD TV, bed frames, a dining table set, and t washer and dryer. (Makati has an ordinance against hanging laundry outside condominium units.)
According to Geronimo, there are other conveniences that await the residents, such as the presence of designer brands and high-end restaurants on the lower floors, a well-stocked culinary station made for grilling and entertaining, and a gym, that offers no more excuses for not having a fit physique. There is, of course, the requisite pool, with a separate safe wading pool for children.
Security, even if there is an open-to the-public mall is not a problem, as residents will have their own access points to the elevators leading to their units. Parking spaces are also allotted, but Geronimo underscores lesser use of the family car, as offices of major companies – and many of the embassies of this project’s target expat market are only a stone’s throw away.
This condo offers an alternative to having to brave through the Metro traffic. Future residents can sleep for a few extra minutes before having to get up to face the day, And a family can have the opportunity to sit down to a relaxing dinner together. Geronimo quips, “It is about luxury -- The luxury of living within the real heart of the business district, the luxury of having a high-end mall at the lower levels, and the luxury of having more time for yourself, and for your family.”