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This New Condo on Katipunan Will Make You Want to Be a Student Again
Rockwell has broken ground with Arton.
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If you've ever been inside a Rockwell establishment, be it commercial or residential, you get this dreamy feeling. Blame it on whatever spray they throw around in the lobby every hour or so. Blame it on their spacious layouts and cutting edge service and gorgeous amenities and determined maintenance. There's just something about it. The good news is, they're spreading that little spell in Quezon City—on Katipunan Avenue, to be exact. 

The Arton by Rockwell is a 1.9-hectare high-rise residential property with 80% open space that will feature three towers at 24, 28, and 34 storeys respectively. The West Tower is already available for pre-selling, which is the closest tower to the retail and service establishments in the ground floor. Residents from The West Tower will also be the first to experience the Rockwell Lifestyle in Katipunan as it rises in 2021. The North Tower, containing the most amenities, is set to launch next year.

It may just make the thoroughfare's worsening traffic tolerable.

Rockwell Land Corporation held the ceremonial groundbreaking of The Arton by Rockwell in Katipunan. Present during the ceremony were Rockwell Land Chairman Amb. Manuel Lopez, President and CEO, Mr. Nestor Padilla, and Executives from Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd, Mr. Tomoo Nakamura and Mr. Yoshitsugu Homma, along with other Rockwell Executives. The groundbreaking and lowering of the time capsule indicated a milestone for Rockwell, being the first project in Quezon City.

Vienn Tionglico-Guzman, Project Director of The Arton said “We are very excited to see this come together. We have meticulously planned the project to curate the lifestyle of The Arton’s future community. This groundbreaking milestone brings us closer to turning our vision into reality”

The Arton by Rockwell is Rockwell Land’s joint venture project with Japan’s largest real estate company, Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd. The joint venture, Mitsui’s first in the Philippines, was formally signed last July 2017.

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