Federal Land Enhances Makati Skyline

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Federal Land Enhances Makati Skyline


Federal Land, one of the most experienced and trusted property developers, continues to enhance the landscape of the business district of Makati City with its new and ongoing residential projects. Upwardly mobile urbanites still have a chance to own a personal haven in the city at One Lilac Place, Oriental Garden Makatis third and final tower. The 35-story, 568-unit premium residential tower joins its predecessors, the Lotus and Orchid Towers, in redefining cosmopolitan living and breathing life to the Chino Roces neighborhood. [caption id="attachment_191842" align="alignleft" width="192"] Paseo de Roces[/caption] Situated in a location within the bustling Makati Central Business District, One Lilac Place is in keeping with Oriental Garden Makatis vision of providing a relaxing and comforting city condo home especially for professionals and executives those who are busy carving their own path and working towards success. With such a lifestyle that calls for increased mobility and flexibility, One Lilac Place delivers. With an enviable address along Chino Roces Avenue, unit owners have accessibility to office buildings, corporate headquarters and establishments like premier hospitals, commercial hubs, and academic institutions. Also integrated within the locale are other major thoroughfares such as Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, Ayala Avenue, Pasay Road, and South Superhighway. At One Lilac Place, the balance between work and play is achieved with amenities that leave nothing to be desired. Residents can come home to a host of relaxing facilities such as an adult swimming pool, jacuzzi, childrens wading pools, gym and fitness center, and an Asian-inspired gazebo complete with landscaped gardens and a Koi pond. For other activities and social engagements, residents can use the clubhouse and multi-purpose hall, childrens play area, and indoor game room. …

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