The company unveiled Pixel Residences late Thursday, with the construction slated to start next year.
Aseana Residential Holdings targets to complete the development by December 2019 and generate P1.5 billion in sales, D.M. Wenceslao Chief Executive Officer Delfin Angelo C. Wenceslao said during the launch.
Pixel Residences will cover 1,785 square meters (sq.m.) within the emerging 107-hectare business, entertainment, and tourism destination called Aseana City in Parañaque City.
The condominium will rise 15 storeys high, offering 18 units on each floor. The residences are configured into studios at 39 sq.m., one-bedroom units at 66 sq.m. and two-bedroom living spaces at 88 sq.m.
Pixel Residences will feature a minimalist facade design reminiscent of pixels or the small dots making up digital images. It provides lifestyle amenities such as fitness gym, adult pool, elevated pool deck and pool lounge, function hall and play area.
The project also boosts of “smart city” or technology-enhanced services through an information and communications technology backbone for security and safety.
The security system operates round the clock, with electronic surveillance machines converging into an Integrated Operations Center that consolidates all smart services to a single operating, controlling and monitoring arm.
Pixel Residences will be accessible through Macapagal Boulevard and Roxas Boulevard. It is also near the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, the Southwest Integrated Transport Terminal and the Light Rail Transit Line-1 Extension.
Pixel Residences was designed by Spark Architects, a company that has worked on similar developments in London, Beijing, Shanghai and Singapore.
Aseana City will complement amenities in Pixel Residences, providing its future residents with more leisure spaces, accessible commercial establishments and transportation services.
The master-planned development of D.M. Wenceslao covers some 584,000 sq.m. of land next to gaming hub Entertainment City and the Mall of Asia complex.