A new living concept to rise at ‘NoMa’

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Shang Properties Inc., the country’s premier luxury property developer introduces a unique, new living concept now rising at the heart of NoMa, or North Makati—the city’s burgeoning art and creative center.

The Rise Makati is a one-of-a-kind residential and commercial complex designed with Shang Properties’ signature build quality, combining celebrated world-class modern architecture and interior design. It sets itself apart from the rest with an innovative approach to city living and an entirely unique amenities concept.

Shang Properties officially launched The Rise Makati with an evening of interactive art, heavy beats, artisanal chow, and craft cocktails.

The one-night event put into play urban elements that made the show suite truly NoMa in style. DJ Jessica Milner and Taken By Cars played light, upbeat, and jazz beats, while guests enjoyed an interactive art demonstration by pop-up art proponent, Dee Jae Paeste.


Guests were also treated to the creative cuisine Cibo di M and street grub from Mexikombi and Cheesesteak food trucks, complimented by exquisite craft cocktails concocted by New York City bartender Enzo Lim.

“We are very proud to have The Rise Makati as the latest addition to Shang Properties collection of premier residential, retail and commercial spaces in the Philippines,” shares Shang Properties’ Marketing Manager Milen Treichler. “What our guests will find is that The Rise has a completely different and refreshing point of view from the rest of our properties. It truly is a unique concept inspired by the community that surrounds it and we are very excited to grow and build as a part of NoMa.”

Come 2017, The Rise will officially be part of the NoMa community, and residents will enjoy a redefined city living experience.

For more information, contact +632 THE RISE (843-7473), e-mail sales@therisemakati.com, or visit their showsuite at 4th avenue corner Rizal Drive at The Fort.

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