East Gallery Place, a 50-story luxury condominium, was launched earlier this month. It is the first property by Ayala Land Premier (ALP) in High Street South.
Dubbed as the cultural district of Bonifacio Global City, High Street South is touted for sophisticated city-living. Surrounded by establishments that cater to modern tastes and pursuits, the neighborhood is home to residential, lifestyle, and retail facilities - present and upcoming - that describe themselves as characteristic
of the dynamic energy of a leading business and lifestyle district.
East Gallery Place is located along 11th featuring six residential types and formats.“All of these residential spaces were designed to evolve as the buyer progresses in life,” said ALP head Jose Juan Z. Jugo. “The
units were designed in consideration of his or her varying life stages.”
The North Wing consists of units with one to four bedrooms. Features include European-grade kitchens, built-in appliances, maximized natural lighting and ventilation, and engineered wood flooring from sustainable resources, among others.Studio units are called “Flex units.” With no partitions, the spaces allow for maximum customization, according to ALP. Flex units may be converted to include a home office, a second bedroom, or a walk-in closet, for instance.
Six penthouse units, called “Skyrise units,” are situated from the 48th to the 50th floors. Of these units, the Skyrise 1400 is a distince, bi-level ariant, spanning 1,400 square meters. It is equipped with five bedrooms, a lap pool, and a garden deck..
Avenue and 28th floors. Of these units, the Skyrise 1400 is a distinct, Units billed as “Skycove Aqua” feature an 80-square meter balcony with the resident’s own private plunge pool.
Also among the unit formats is ALP’s Villas, a four-level, four-bedroom type of unit, spanning 648 square meters.
“East Gallery Place is a residence that builds on the Ayala Land Premier legacy of delivering products that build value over time,” stated Jugo. “We create residences of the highest quality and design, that are valued today and in the generations to come.”
Prices start at P10.9 million, while turnover is set on 2019.
- The Philippine Star