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Nov 26, 2019
The Villages at Lipa Breaks Ground for its Model Village
Brisk sales take-up followed right after the highly successful launch of The Villages at Lipa earlier this year. Keen to keep the momentum going, AboitizLand marked the start of the model village construction with a groundbreaking ceremony held last 23 November 2019.
The residential component of the New Industry City is a 49-hectare development featuring clusters of villages. Inspired by modern Filipino architecture, the carefully curated homes are complemented by amenities fit for the family.
AboitizLand First Vice President Rafael de Mesa(third from left) led the groundbreaking ceremony together with AboitizLand executives and partners from REBCOR Construction & Brix Construction
The Villages at Lipa houses Sierra Village offering lot-only packages, townhouses at 93m², as well as homes with a floor area ranging from 103m² to 150m². Meanwhile, Brook Village has lot-only packages, townhouses at 53m², and single attached homes ranging from 65m² to 80m².
Both gated communities offer its own clubhouse, swimming pool, parks, and greenbelts masterfully designed to promote interaction. While Sierra Village has an additional multipurpose hall, Brook Village features a multipurpose court.
The Villages at Lipa is the next big thing to rise in the fully integrated township by AboitizLand where you can also find the LIMA Technology Center, The Outlets at Lipa, Aboitiz Pitch, and soon, LIMA Exchange — a complex for all creature comforts including a supermarket, fast food outlets, a sports gym, and a terminal hub.
With a promising market reception, The Villages at Lipa is set to launch its model units by the second quarter of 2020.
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