Proscenium at Rockwell will elevate Rockwell resident’s lifestyle with a state-of-the-art performing arts theater. A first in the Makati area, the theater will hold 600 guests and will be the home of world class cultural performances. Beside it will be the Lopez Museum that will house the Lopez family’s extensive art collection. The Proscenium will also feature retail spaces, accomodating high-end brands and fine dining restaurants, to develop Rockwell experience.
Proscenium was inspired by the performing arts theater that will stand in one area of the 3.6 hectare Rockwell property, formerly known as Colgate Palmolive. Standing by the theater are 5 world class residential towers including an iconic tower to complete the unique skyline. Proscenium, which means in front of the scenery, further motivated Rockwell to set itself apart by creating a “Cultural” component in the “Live. Work. Play.” aspect. With the performing arts theater as an anchor to the development, Proscenium at Rockwell will complete the Rockwell lifestyle and take it to another level.
One of the first towers to be built in the Proscenium property, Kirov will stand 55 storeys tall. Prioritizing privacy, each floor will only hold 2 to 4 units ensuring a retreat from the busy city. Kirov will have 152 three-bedroom units, 18 three bedroom penthouses and 6 four-bedroom penthouses each offering a spacious den.
The second tower to make its mark in the Proscenium property is Sakura. With 51 storeys, Sakura will have 2 or 5 units per floor also ensuring the privacy of your future home. Sakura will have 78 two-bedroom units, 117 three-bedroom units and 12 four-bedroom plus den units.
Lincoln rises to an impressive 47 floors, featuring a vast range of unit cuts. Creating an ideal balance between function and design, the third tower of the Proscenium features a total of 468 units, composed of 78 studio units, 234 one-bedroom units and 156 two-bedroom units.