Property firm launches The Villages at Lipa in time for its 25th anniversary
REAL estate developer AboitizLand marks its 25th anniversary by formally rolling out the expansion of its industry city LIMA in Lipa, Batangas. It is an integrated township that is home to top global manufacturing companies, international and local retailers, and soon to Filipino families with the launch of its residential area, The Villages at Lipa.
“After more than 20 years of establishing a stronghold in Cebu’s real estate scene, we have been expanding in Luzon to provide more Filipinos an improved quality of living. Our recent launches including our new properties in Batangas, Tarlac and Nueva Ecija are a testament to our continued and robust growth as a company,” says David Rafael, AboitizLand President and Chief Executive Officer. “We couldn’t have chosen a better time to boost our expansion as the company is at its best state, and we owe it to our two and a half decades of experience in the business.”
This year, the real estate firm is pouring in PhP7B worth of investments to complete the LIMA experience this year with additions to its residential and commercial components. The Villages at Lipa is a 49-hectare cluster of well-built and -designed homes inspired by Modern Filipino architecture, with amenities conducive to families, and a safe and secure community.
The Villages at Lipa houses Sierra Village which offers Lot Only packages, as well as townhouses with a floor area of 93m² floor, and single attached and single detached homes with floor areas ranging from 103m² to 150m².
Meanwhile, Brook Village has Lot Only packages, as well as townhouses with a floor area of 53m² t and single attached homes with floor areas ranging from 65m² to 80m².
The pre-launch sales take up for The Villages at Lipa has been impressive, confirming its attractiveness as a future home and an investment.
“We take pride in these milestones and we plan to take it up a notch this year starting with the next big thing in the south,” adds Rafael de Mesa, First Vice President for Operations. “With CALABARZON’s sustaining its place as an economic center and hub for investors, we are set to further develop LIMA.”
Aside from The Villages at Lipa, the industry city houses The Outlets at Lipa, the country’s biggest outlet mall spanning 9.3 hectares. The commercial zone boasts hundreds of top retail and F&B brands in its 9.3-hectare space. It is set amidst an open area with pocket parks, al fresco dining, and an olympic-sized multi-sport field.
Further, AboitizLand will usher in a new level of convenience with LIMA Exchange. Set to open in Q1 2020, this one-stop location will every day basic needs and services together such as a transport terminal, a supermarket, a multi sports gym, fast food restaurants.
Soon, developments such as business process outsourcing firms, dormitories, schools, hospitals, hotels and places of worship are expected to liven up the township and give growing Filipino families a holistic city experience.
AboitizLand, a subsidiary to one of the country’s biggest and best-managed conglomerates, the Aboitiz group of companies, has nurtured Cebu’s residential, industrial, and commercial communities. It has since expanded to Luzon with the launch of Seafront Residences in San Juan, Batangas in 2017, and Ajoya in Nueva Ecija and Tarlac in 2018 . It is in a position to acquire and develop more properties across the country to reach more Filipino families and businesses.|-BNN/JMR