The 21-story Roxas East was topped off by developer Century Properties Group (CPG) this May.
The tower stands as the fourth in The Residences at Commonwealth, the company's flagship residential project in Quezon City. Previous towers include Osmena West, Quezon North, and Osmena East. The development is set to have eight towers in total, all of which are designed by architectural firm Broadway Malyan.
Located in a 2.4-hectare lot along Don Antonio drive, The Residences promise "uncommon" beauty, spaces, and amenities, among others. Residential units feature two different suites, as well as two one-bedroom and two two-bedroom cuts, not to mention studio units as well. Units enjoy extended balconies with views of the Sierra Madre mountain range, Quezon City, Pasig City, and the Ortigas business district’s skyline.
The range of amenities, meanwhile, include basketball and badminton courts, an athletic "bootcamp," a fitness center, gardens, a water garden, a yoga deck, a crèche and kindergarten, a study and library, an arts and crafts studio, a cooking studio and kitchen, a screening room, and the "School of Rock," a "fully-appointed rock and roll studio with musical instructors," according to the property's official website. The amenities are located on a three-level amenity area, which will also feature "The Orchard," a kids' playground fitted with three apple-shaped treehouses.
The topping-off ceremony was attended by CPG officials and led by Jose Marco R. Antonio, chief operating officer of the firm. Attendees released white and orange balloons into the sky to commemorate the event.