A Warm Christmas in the South

Celebrate the holidays at East Bay Residences in Muntinlupa City.


Festive decorations, twinkling holiday lights, and the cool Christmas breeze—these are the happy indicators that Filipinos' favorite holiday is here. Your home feels cozier and more joyous when it's filled with colorful gifts under the lit tree and delicious Noche Buena on the table. 

Future southerner Niven Gadin shares how he expects to celebrate old traditions in a new home. He recently purchased a unit at East Bay Residences, a Rockwell Primaries development located along Sucat Road in Muntinlupa City. "I'm looking forward to the warmth of a Christmas celebration in a Rockwell community," he says.


Niven, who currently resides in Makati City, talks about his enthusiasm for mixing old holiday traditions with new ones: "To see wide spaces in a condo community is rare, so celebrating it here for the first time [with my family] will truly be an exciting experience." East Bay Residences is 60-percent open space.

Niven adds, "I love going to Power Plant Mall during December because it brings such a reminiscent feeling, and this is how I want [our new] home to feel."

What makes Christmas at East Bay Residences truly remarkable? For one, the property, which has trees that are festively draped in amber lights, gives residents a warm feeling of returning home and adds to the present holiday cheer. It also has a retail row where residents can do some Christmas shopping for loved ones and an amenity deck where they can spend some quality time with their relatives. 

While this will be the first Christmas of Rockwell Primaries, this pleasant and welcoming sanctuary in the south can give residents the same feeling of being in a room filled with loved ones on Christmas eve—a feeling that's familiar yet exciting. East Bay Residences is a home meant for important memories such as this.


Know more about how Rockwell is transforming the south by visiting or calling 828-8888.

This article is sponsored by Rockwell Primaries.
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