Discover 'Square' Living at The Rochester
February 7, 2013
Life in the city’s condos can limit creativity. Furnishings are often chosen to maximize compact space, but sometimes, this means that there isn’t a lot of variety when it comes to interior decorating.
Property developer Empire East Land Holdings Inc. addresses this concern in its latest residential condominium project in Pasig City: The Rochester. An Asian-inspired community along Elisco Road in Barangay. San Joaquin, the 10-cluster Rochester showcases units with square layouts.
Unlike rectangular layouts, square layouts do not include interior hallways. Such a design allows homeowners to go with unconventional furniture options or to play with proportions when it comes to the actual space in the unit. This means that residents also have the freedom to "extend" the visual boundaries of their living room or dining area.
Buyers, whether they’re single professionals, newlyweds or couples with growing families, have a range of residential types to choose from. Rochester offers one-, two- or three-bedroom units with balconies, as well as bi-level units. Select units enjoy views of the ground-level amenity area, the city skyline or the rolling hills of Antipolo. Meanwhile, the project’s efficient design guarantees good air circulation, affording residents even more comfort at home.
The Rochester, like every Empire East offering, showcases a myriad of exciting amenities. The amenity area has a swimming pool complex, basketball/tennis court, playground, jogging path, gym, 100-seater multi-purpose hall, mini-bar and Wi-Fi enabled clubhouse.
Aside from the convenience of having recreational attractions close by, the project makes commuting a lot easier. Residents at Rochester can reach the Ortigas CBD in a snap, while key destinations in Makati and Taguig are just minutes away via the C-5 Road.
Looking for space and convenience in a condo in Pasig? Call the Empire East hotline at (632) 810-3333 or visit www.empire-east.com and explore the offerings of The Rochester today.