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Not only can residents take a stroll within the Commonwealth property at the expansive Great Lawn. They can have their own outdoor space they can enhance and relish, too.

With trips outside limited to running errands, we’re all yearning to step outside even for just a few minutes to soak up some sun and welcome a new day. At Commonwealth by Century in Quezon City, this is possible while still prioritizing one’s health and safety. Not only can residents take a stroll within the property at the expansive Great Lawn, they can have their own outdoor space they can enhance and relish, too.

Units at Commonwealth by Century come with spacious balconies that can easily be styled and furnished according to your needs. Here, the balcony isn’t just an afterthought. It is roomy enough to let you create a work-from-home nook, an exercise area, and even a kiddie corner for the little ones. Simply put, it’s like getting a second living area for the price of one. The possibilities are endless — all one has to do is take advantage of the space and make it your own.

Condo buyers can secure their Commonwealth by Century unit without having to leave their homes. Visit www.commonwealthbycentury.com to learn more about the property, take a virtual tour of the units, and have a real-time chat with an agent. With easy payment terms, owning a Century home in the city can be a reality. Even better, all transactions can be done online.

 

Located in Don Antonio Drive, Brgy. Batasan Hills in Commonwealth, Quezon City, The Residences at Commonwealth by Century brings you closer to malls, schools, hospitals and other commercial establishments. With the nearest mall only a few minutes away, you can run errands efficiently and be home in an instant. The Don Antonio station of the upcoming MRT Line 7 is also a five-minute walk away — making it easier for residents to reach other business hubs and cities in the metro.

To learn more about Commonwealth by Century and see the virtual tours, log on to www.commonwealthbycentury.com. For questions and inquiries, email [email protected] or call (63) 917-5555-274.

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