As new lifestyle concepts like bubble living, work from home, and hybrid work arrangements are now part of now-normal living, home buyers are no longer thinking twice about moving away from megacities like Metro Manila, Metro Cebu and Metro Davao.
As new lifestyle concepts like bubble living, work from home, and hybrid work arrangements are now part of now-normal living, home buyers are no longer thinking twice about moving away from megacities like Metro Manila, Metro Cebu and Metro Davao. Indeed, there are many real estate projects rapidly taking shape in various parts of the country.
As residents continue to stay in quarantine and as family members are each adapting to the digital culture — working and schooling online, making cashless transactions, seeking virtual medical consultations, to name a few — the property sector has adapted to these changes by reconsidering more open spaces and greenery in their projects.
Premier real estate developer AboitizLand aims to meet these needs from homebuyers as it offers projects outside dense megacities that consider sustainability and promote a healthy living environment.
One such property is the suburban The Villages at Lipa, which has an expansive 49 hectares of residential units with wide-open spaces and lush green pocket parks.
This village is complemented by the modern-and-buzzing LIMA Exchange for the residents’ basic needs, The Outlets at Lipa for leisure, retail and dining, and LIMA Technology Center for work opportunities. Vecinos, which translates to ‘neighbors’, can look forward to living in homes that offer larger spaces for less, located within one of three villages, with two currently open: The Sierra Village for residents looking to expand their presence in the South, and The Brook Village for young, growing families and professionals. Although this village-within-a-village type development stands in Lipa, far away from densely populated pandemic epicenters, residents can still enjoy the best of both suburban living and city conveniences.
Moving further south is AboitizLand’s Seafront Residences, located in San Juan, Batangas, designed by BUDJI + ROYAL and brilliantly master-planned by DPZ CoDesign. Vecinos can have a relaxed work-from-paradise lifestyle as they relish in breathtaking views of Mount Banahaw and Tayabas Bay, and get beachfront access anytime they want. Seafront Residences offers a range of condo-like-units to houses, and lot-only units, offering investment-worthy value over time. A Seafront house and lot now starts at P13.5M versus its P6.6M launch price in 2017! Future residents can relax while knowing that the investment they put in grows steadily over time.
For affordable properties in a variety of locations in Central Luzon nearby progressive New Clark City, AboitizLand offers up its Ajoya Communities. Ajoya Capas, Ajoya Pampanga, and Ajoya Cabanatuan all boast of hectare-wide spaces, greenbelts and pocket parks, modern homes with porches, balconies and ventanillas, and even a Town Plaza where vecinos can safely converge and enjoy life within a progressive and self-sustaining community. Houses and lots are available for as low as P12,000 a month; lot-only units start at an affordable price of P7,000 a month. Home-preneurs who want to continue working and earning from home can maximize their businesses through Ajoya’s clustered shophouses, while those still working in Manila can easily access it via Skyway Stage 3.
Back at the place where it all started for them, AboitizLand continues to contribute to the development of Cebu, building properties that have always prioritized sustainability and high regard for the environment. These developments are also located in the near outskirts of Metro Cebu, away from the most densely-populated areas, for families who crave more open spaces and amenities.
Source: Daily Tribune
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