Breaking ground for Le Pont Residences

Real estate developer RLC Residences officially broke ground for its premium project Le Pont Residences in Bridgetowne Destination Estate in Pasig City.

Present at the ceremony were key executives from the residential division of Robinsons Land, construction partner Advanced Foundation Construction Systems Corporation and architectural expert W.V. Coscolluela and Associates. The event also marked Le Pont Residences Tower 1’s start of construction.

“We are excited to start constructing Le Pont Residences and see how this development will unfold. This is RLC Residences’ very own development in the premium category that we designed and thought of from the ground up. So, we are thankful to our clients who have chosen Le Pont Residences as their future home investment and we can’t wait to welcome them home here,” Chad Sotelo, senior vice president and business unit general manager of RLC Residences, said.

LE Pont Residences in Bridgetowne Destination Estate in Pasig City.

A diaphragm wall by the Advanced Foundation Construction Systems Corporation will be installed to provide strong soil and hydraulic support to control and protect the surrounding environment of the property against settlement and water drawdown. The wall is also capable of protecting the buildings against earthquakes and other man-made and natural forces with its 800 mm to 1200 mm thickness.

Le Pont Residences’ units, carefully planned with smart home features, range from 46 to 380 sqm. This includes bi-level top-floor units with a curved staircase.


Additionally, Le Pont Residences boasts of multi-level, hyper-sized indoor and outdoor amenities spread throughout its podium, mid-level and uppermost deck floors. These include gyms, indoor and outdoor activity areas, swimming pools, private function rooms, a game room and a work lounge.

Sotelo added, “In designing Le Pont Residences, we took inspiration from the needs and lifestyle of our market. Because for us to provide a place where they can be their best every day, it’s all about incorporating these things in their future home and making them accessible to them whenever they need it.”