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Century Properties eyes 2,000 condos in 2021

Century Properties Group (CPG) recently announced that it is targeting to complete over 2000 condominium units by the second quarter of next year in Quezon City and Pampanga.

Century Properties eyes 2,000 condos in 2021

Around 500 units will be added at The Residences at Commonwealth in Quezon City by the end of 2020, CPG revealed. These units are in Quirino East and West Towers, the 6th and 7th buildings respectively, in the eight-tower residential community (Shown here is the lobby of Quirino East. 

The first five towers (Osmeña West, Roxas East, Quezon North, Osmeña East, Roxas West) are already complete, while the clubhouse has been fully operational since April 2019. 

More than 1,600 more units will be added in batches from February 2021 to April 2021 in Bali and Monaco towers at the Residences at Azure North in San Fernando, Pampanga. Certain amenities, such as the clubhouse and wave pool, are expected to be completed in the third quarter of 2021

Strict safety protocols at site

Company president Marco R. Antonio told the Manila Standard  that while the current construction pace and number of workers are less than pre-quarantine levels, “we are increasing this progressively as we observe strict safety protocols in our project sites.”

At the mixed-use development Century Spire at Century City in Makati (Shown in photo), construction has reached top off levels and façade glass installation has reached the 29th floor. 

Century Properties eyes 2,000 condos in 2021

The office and condominium tower, designed by architect Daniel Libeskind, is being installed with 33,594 square meters of unitized and semi-unitized curtain wall system with insulated glass units, and a storefront curtain wall system with glass canopies at the ground floor. 

Topics: Century Properties Group , condominium units , The Residences at Commonwealth
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