Property of the Week: The Ellis
Megaworld's newest residential tower in Salcedo Village is a hub for yuppies and dreamers alike
Gone are the days when a fresh graduate's dream is to land a 9 to 5 office job. Today, with the aid of technology, millennials are more exposed to the realities of the world—therefore they are inclined to set higher goals for themselves.
These young and driven achievers need a home in the city where they can thrive while working to make their dreams come true. Thankfully, Megaworld granted their wish by coming up with a residential masterpiece for yuppies—The Ellis.
Located at L.P. Leviste Street, Salcedo Village in Makati City, it stands at the heart of the central business district with 30 storeys and 237 units on 1,091sqm of land. Aside from its advanced and modern amenities, it will feature Megaworld's very first Link units, which are small flats linked to a main space which can be converted into a flexible workspace.
Check out a few of the facilites future residents of The Ellis should be excited about below:
The Pause and Play Room is a feature you wouldn't find in an ordinary high-rise home. Here, the residents can take a well-deserved break from their daily hustle—they can play video games, watch a movie, enjoy a chess match, or simply share casual conversations with friends.
The Town Hall, on the other hand, is the perfect choice for more formal get-togethers. It serves as a multipurpose function room where one can hold parties, mini-concerts, and even small scale art exhibits—perfect for indie bands and budding artists alike.
The Ellis also takes pride in having a fitness center that cater to everyone. Residents can lift weights, run on the treadmill, bench press, or practice yoga as often as they need to in order to help them stay healthy and happy for their daily grind.
Another unique amenity The Ellis has are CoLAB shared spaces, a non-conventional working area, where residents can spend time working on their projects and ideas.
CoLAB is also great for holding small meetings or making new friends with fellow yuppies, too. One can simply walk in, make a cup of coffee, and strike up a converstaion with anyone who might just inspire you to live life to the fullest.
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