This brand new unit in Grass Residences is fresh on the market and has never been occupied. Bright and airy with a modern feel, this well-proportioned one bedroom apartment, as well as a balcony in the bedroom area that gives a view of Quezon City Skyline.
4-seater dining table
Open plan kitchen with electric stove, refrigerator and microwave
Master bedroom with fitted wardrobe has a queen size bed
Located in the lively north-side of Quezon City, Grass Residences is a 5-tower development set on a 3.6 hectare property. An exclusive bridge-way connects the complex to SM North EDSA in Quezon City’s commercial and shopping hub. Grass Residences offers a country club lifestyle with its private clubhouse and extensive amenities that include a large Olympic-size swimming pool, 2 kiddie pools, 2 additional adult pools, 1 covered swimming pool, 6 Taraflex badminton courts, 2 covered full-sized wooden basketball courts, fitness gym and jogging paths, covered children’s playgrounds, landscaped courtyards and gardens, pavilions and cabanas, water cascades and wifi access in all common areas. Grass Residences is conveniently located within the SM City North EDSA complex, bounded by Misamis St., Nueva Vizcaya St. and Nueva Ecija St. and is in close proximity to the MRT station.
Quezon City is the biggest of the six cities in the Metro Manila Area, lying immediately northeast of Manila. It is known as the country’s premier city due to its progress and performance. There are many historical landmarks in Quezon City, such as the San Pedro Bautista Church in San Francisco del Monte, the second oldest church in the country, and the site of the Unang Sigaw (first cry) in the Balintawak area to mark the start of the Philippine revolution against Spain. There are close to 60,000 business establishments in Quezon City. It is also the center of the entertainment industry. News programs and variety shows are beamed from ABS-CBN, GMA Network, NBN and other TV and radio stations based in the city. With a sizable portion of the city's land area being developed for commercial and industrial ventures, complemented by the availability of a large manpower pool, Quezon City has great potential to support an increase in the number of big businesses in the city. Cubao is an important commercial area. At its heart is the Araneta Center, along EDSA and Aurora Boulevard. It houses a number of shopping malls like Ali Mall, Farmers Plaza, and the modern Gateway Mall. Plaza Fair, Rustan's, Shopwise Supercenter, and Makro can also be found here. At the center is Araneta Coliseum, often called the Big Dome. Libis is one of the newly developed commercial areas in Quezon City. The Eastwood City Business Center is situated here. It consists of several office and residential skyscrapers, including many local IT and consumer electronic firms, numerous bars and restaurants, open-air restaurants and coffee shops.