Flourishing oasis

RLC Residences unveiled Olive, the second phase of its upcoming residential condominium Woodsville Crest.

“With the current lifestyle of our home seekers, we found out that they are also on the lookout for a home that they can call sanctuary. That’s why we designed Woodsville Crest with this as the priority — from unit offerings and its deliverables down to the amenities and the features of the whole property. We hope that Woodsville Crest can be their oasis where they can embrace a life of calm and serenity while still enjoying the convenience of living in the city,” said Karen Cesario, RLC Residences senior director, head of marketing and chief integration officer.


Situated within the Woodsville Complex in Merville, Parañaque, Woodsville Crest prides itself with a relaxing suburban home equipped with smart and sustainable features that are nature-inspired. Its soon-to-be residents can enjoy direct access to West Service Road and Edison Avenue, just within reach of Makati, Bonifacio Global City, Ninoy Aquino International Airport and Tagaytay City.

Woodsville Crest features a rustic and contemporary design. Units, ranging from studio to executive two-bedroom units, are equipped with Smart Lock accessible via PIN, mobile app, fingerprint and mechanical key; Audio-Video Intercom and Smart Lights that can be controlled using a panel or via phone app. Each unit comes with a dedicated drying area for laundry.

FACADE of Olive, RLC Residences’ Woodsville Crest’s second tower.

Work-from-home areas and ergonomic storage spaces plus other upgrades in kitchen and toilet and bath areas are added in the living spaces of Woodsville Crest. Rest and relaxation amenities, such as the outdoor pool, open landscape areas, yoga and meditation spots, picnic groves, pet park and play areas for kids, are available for guests.

Woodsville Crest commits to sustainability with a wide range of environmentally sound features within the property, such as a solar-powered e-charging parking station for electric vehicles and solar-powered street and garden lamps. These are complemented by a rainwater harvesting system to be used for landscape irrigation and other non-potable use.

Connect with a property specialist via rlcresidences.com.