Property of the Week: Maven at Capitol Commons
Learn more about the high-rise masterpiece designed for the modern lifestyle in Ortigas
You've heard us say it time and time again: homes should be a reflection of the dweller's personality and it must be able to bend with the kind of life one leads—this is especially true for millennials who are just starting to explore the perks of living solo.
If you're one of those who have been searching high and low for a spot in the city, Maven at Capitol Commons has it all for you. Chic, sleek, and sophisticated—it was designed to suit every type of modern lifestyle—it stands at 62 storeys with 61 residential floors, 6 levels of underground parking, and 5 levels of amenities including living, work, meeting, craft, chat, party, media, game, kids' rooms and a swimming pool. The best part about Maven is its location, which is right next to the new Estancia Mall.
Here are the design highlights of the units at Maven:
The three-bedroom and two-bedroom units are perfect for those who are ready to live large. It is spacious enough to grow a family, flexible enough to transform into a workspace, perfect for holding small get-togethers, and hosting furry friends, too! Here in the three-bedroom show unit, Heim Interiors opted for a powder blue, lemon yellow, and rose quartz pink palette to give the space a fresh and young look.
The One-bedroom units are great for those who are trying to balance work and social activities. Aside from being a cozy retreat during the weekend, it can be used to hold small group meetings or Wine Night with your friends.
Even the bathrooms at Maven have the potential of being decorated in a funky, cool way—such as this bathroom designed by Wilmer Lopez of W. Lopez Designs.
For millennials, studio units have enough space and storage for everything you need, but compact enough for easy maintenance—the best way to go for those who are always rushing out the door.
All the units have enough room to create flexible, multi-use spaces, to make family and friends feel welcome. A bedroom can also be a study room, and you can choose to share the good times with a sibling who is also working in the metro, too!
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