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The Future of Real Estate Could Be Horizontal

While high-rises are here to stay, space is a greater consideration outside the big city.
The Future of Real Estate Could Be Horizontal

In the world of real estate, space is king. But if there’s one thing more people should learn about buying property, it’s that there’s no one-size-fits-all formula to a wise investment. The value of space, after all, is in how it works for you and how it fulfills a certain purpose.

The height of city living

The high-rise is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the words "real estate." As Metro Manila becomes more congested, developers increasingly build upward, and every square meter of space becomes more valuable. In this context, value is also dictated by convenience, the quality of the development and its amenities, and its overall functionality.

This is why premium high-rise developments such as those by Rockwell Land make for wise investments, if not only great spaces for city living. The Proscenium at Rockwell, for example, combines the factors of location, amenities, quality, and convenience (such as shared maintenance expenses) to present a property that resonates with the comforts needed in a modern and busy lifestyle.

But some vertical developments do have their limits, with regard to wide-open space and the ability to completely customize your space to your needs.

The transformation of abundant space

That’s why there is a growing demand for space away from the congestion of the city—be it to build a home or to invest in land that’s sure to increase in value as its surrounding area develops. And with space more abundant outside of Metro Manila, horizontal developments in its neighboring provinces may be the way to go—and developers are realizing it.

Rockwell Land, for its part, is developing its first-ever horizontal development in Canlubang, Laguna—an ideal location, considering both its proximity to Manila and the area’s own growth as a bustling center for the information technology and manufacturing industries.

Treehouse Park at Rockwell South at Carmelray

 

Taking advantage of the open space, Rockwell South at Carmelray is an exclusive, gated community boasting 63 hectares of land—making it the developer's largest project to date. The abundant space is a great match for investors and potential homeowners alike, with generous lot cuts offering an ample range of 656 to over 1,000 square meters in Cluster 1.

Rockwell Land takes pride in nurturing lush landscapes in its developments, and has the same goal for Rockwell South at Carmelray. It’s designed to include nature in the community, with three hectares dedicated to spaces of enjoyment, including 1.9-hectare Central Amenity area and seven generously-designed recreational parks spread across the estate. 

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Barbecue Park at Rockwell South at Carmelray

 

The question of buying property and investing in real estate is not whether a unit is better than a lot, or whether horizontal is better than vertical: It’s whether your property suits your lifestyle and fulfills what you need. And with its latest development, there’s no denying that Rockwell Land has yet again paved the way to realize your dream home. 

For more information about Rockwell South at Carmelray, visit its official website or follow it on Facebook and Instagram.

This article was created by Summit StoryLabs in partnership with ROCKWELL SOUTH AT CARMELRAY.
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