DMCI Homes' Brixton Place: Where nature and dynamic city-living converge
In a competitive world where the level of stress is all time high, people resort to nature to relax, recharge and keep grounded. A home surrounded by greeneries generates a calming effect for its residents, lifting a weary body and soul. This is the kind of sanctuary that is being offered at Brixton Place.
Brixton Place is a two-tower development that sits on more than 9,000 square meters of prime property in Pasig Cityâ€™s food and art mecca, Kapitolyo. Its location has recently joined the list of exciting districts to live in because of its geographic advantage and growing options of interesting destinations. Over the years, a number of hipsters, rustic and hole-in-the-wall restaurants and art galleries have sprouted, putting this formerly unexplored commune in the culinary and art map.
Kapitolyo is constantly evolving as more developments are in the pipeline, including recreation establishments, office buildings, and more food hubs particularly at the Capitol Commons Retail and Commercial centers. Other nearby establishments in Mandaluyong include the Gandiva Archery range at SM Megamall and the Trampoline Park at Greenfield District. Ayala Mall 30th has recently opened its doors to customers, adding to the wide list of shopping centers and shops surrounding the project.
More than being right at the center of the action, Brixton Place is located at a place that can be described as a converging point from all key areas of Metro Manila. It is encompassed by Makati, Bonifacio Global City, Manila, Greenhills, Quezon City and most especially, Ortigas. Accessibility is a cinch, being just a few blocks away from major thoroughfares such as Shaw Boulevard, Pioneer St. and EDSA. Almost all types of public transportation traverse the area near the property, including the MRT.
Just like most urban homes, Brixton Place is located at a vibrant district in the metropolis where there is easy access to all elements of modern living. But it goes beyond conventional city living by efficiently integrating the natural environment with its structural design.
Brixton Place showcases innovative green building concepts that utilize nature to create a distinctive living experience for its dwellers. Its overall design revolves around the basic elements of life, which are light, water and space. A hefty portion of its total area was allotted for open spaces and linear gardens. Inside, landscaped atriums provide a refreshing scenery in every five levels of the buildings while intermittently ensconced sky patios allow for additional ventilation and natural flow of light that enhance spatial experiences.
The resort-inspired ambience of Brixton Place is consistent with other DMCI Homes creations. Its tasteful array of amenities echoes its modern tropical theme, which gives that holiday atmosphere typical of residential projects crafted by the developer. There is no need to step beyond the property for a staycation when residents can enjoy their own resort-like pools or commune with nature at its pocket parks or sky garden.
Of course, the facilities being offered to go beyond mere lap pools and gardens. There is a good selection of indoor and outdoor amenities designed to accommodate various social pursuits no matter the occasion and time of the year.
While living in the inner city where all the urban action is taking place can be a bit steep, homebuyers will be happy to know that Brixton Place is offering a slice of Kapitolyo pie at a competitive price and longer down payment terms. With a design and craftsmanship that are at par with upscale developments, Brixton place is indeed a smart investment for start-up families, hardworking individuals and buyers who plan to lease out their properties.
Buyers can choose from 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom, and 3-bedroom suitesâ€”with a price range of PHP 2.5 to 6.8 millionâ€”depending on their needs and investment requirements. The units are well-engineered to maximize living spaces for a truly value-for-money purchase. Its two buildings, Brent and Weston, will be completed in September 2021 and May 2022, respectively.