By Richmond S. Mercurio (The Philippine Star) | Updated December 18, 2014 - 12:00am
MANILA, Philippines - Global Estate Resorts Inc. (GERI), the leisure development subsidiary of property giant Megaworld, has launched its first residential condominium cluster in the 561-hectare Southwoods City project straddling the border of Carmona, Cavite and Biñan, Laguna.
In a statement, GERI said it has launched the two-tower Holland Park following strong take-up of its upscale residential village in Southwoods City.
Holland Park is a low-rise residential condominium cluster that will initially have 161 units consisting of studios, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom units.
“As the first condominium development in Southwoods City, Holland Park will offer first-of-its-kind residences featuring the famous architectural wonders of Copenhagen. These residences right at the heart of the booming Southwoods City CBD will be perfect for families finding a refreshing abode surrounded by the lush greeneries of the township’s own golf course,” said Rachelle Peñaflorida, GERI vice president for sales and marketing.
GERI said Holland Park is located within walking distance from the planned Southwoods Mall, as well as from the office and BPO buildings that will soon rise in the township project.
“The rising demand for properties in Southwoods City prompts us to launch the first condominium project in the township, just a few months after we reached 90 percent sold out for Pahara,” Penaflorida said.
Launched in March this year, Pahara is a 26-hectare upscale residential village within Southwoods City.
Southwoods City is a P10-billion fully-integrated master-planned township to be developed by GERI over the next 10 years and is eyed to be the next central business district south of Metro Manila.
The township will have its own cyberpark, malls, schools, church, open parks, leisure facilities, a weekend market, transport hub as well as residential villages and golf course.
Southwoods City is one of the 15 townships developed by Megaworld and its subsidiaries.