Infinite possibilities with bigger space at 53 Benitez

Functionality and aesthetics are integrated in 53 Benitez’ building features and amenities which suit your needs for space and exclusivity

Functionality and aesthetics are integrated in 53 Benitez’ building features and amenities which suit your needs for space and exclusivity

Most people would think their first home will probably be small and cramped. But not all condominiums are created equal and your home should not confine your dream lifestyle.  At 53 Benitez by Rockwell Primaries, Rockwell Land’s newest property subsidiary, life can definitely be lived better with its condo sizes averaging larger than its counterparts. Here, more space means infinite possibilities and spells out so much more room for life’s pleasures. 53 Benitez by Rockwell Primaries understands the needs of modern Filipino families as it offers homes that let them enjoy the airy and free feeling of space.

Located in the quiet and accessible New Manila neighbourhood, 53 Benitez is a two building, mid-rise, low density development with a perfect mix of two and three bedroom units.  The close-knit community offers quality living spaces which echo the exclusive Rockwell touch at now, friendlier prices.

Make room for life lived better

With two and three bedroom units range from 69 and 101 square meters which includes your actual living area, balcony and drying cage, there is so much extra room for your different lifestyle needs. The thoughtfully laid out units present unlimited possibilities to leave your stamp of creativity and transform your home to suit your many passions.

A career woman might want a spacious kitchen to nurture her love of baking on weekends after a long week’s work. Or maybe the extra space in the living room allows her to meditate and practice yoga indoors. A young couple might envision a larger common area to recharge or to entertain their friends and loved ones. Families could carve out more space for a dream play nook for their kids or have their highly talented child create amazing science experiments for the next gold medal.  There’s definitely more room for fun and laughter at a bigger family room when lolo and lola pay a visit. Whatever you dream it to be, more space makes room for a life lived better in the comfort of your own home.

Standardizing rarities in condo living

Each floor of 53 Benitez features the project’s hallmark floating corridors around a central atrium for natural ventilation and lighting as well as increased privacy, traversed by bridgeways that are only shared by only two units.  Here, functionality and aesthetics are combined to fill your need for space and exclusivity. The community is surrounded by lush landscaping and pocket gardens, furnished with imaginative solutions and top quality amenities for adults and children alike.  A two storey clubhouse with swimming pools, a neighbourhood convenience store, water station, laundry service, and reliable security make 53 Benitez an idyllic retreat amidst the hustle and bustle of city life.

In 53 Benitez by Rockwell Primaries, condominium living is not crowded and restrained. Take a leap into bigger space at 53 Benitez and experience unlimited possibilities of living life better in a home that you can finally call your own.

Visit our Open House on April 5, Saturday from 10 AM – 6PM at the Grove Information Center along C5, near Ortigas. Special discounts and exciting travel getaways will be available to those who will a purchase of a 53 Benitez unit from March 15 – April 30, 2014. Per DTI NCR Permit #2448, series of 2014. See posters and print ads for more details.

53 Benitez is the first development of Rockwell Primaries, a wholly owned subsidiary of Rockwell Land. Units start at P13,500 a month. Visit the onsite model units located in the corner of C. Benitez and P. Tuazon streets in New Manila, Quezon City and at The Grove Information Center along C5, near Ortigas Avenue, is open to visitors everyday from 9AM – 9PM. For more information, call (632) 828-9888 or visit

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