One of the most diversified property developers with a proven track record of almost six decades in the Philippines, Greenfield Development Corporation (GDC) is further building real estate leadership, backed by the country’s strong economic performance along with rosy outlook in the property sector.
The real estate landscape with major segments such as residential, office, and leisure is expected to benefit from high demand and supply, as the economy remains the third fastest growing economy in the Asian region, behind Vietnam and China, according to Colliers International.
“GDC is working to help boost infrastructure investment in the country to support its economic run and contribute to the exponential and sustainable growth of cities with value for the environment,” said Atty. Duane A. X. Santos, executive vice president and general manager of GDC.
This year, GDC is breaking more new records that strengthen its portfolio in sustainable and innovative property development. Major projects were turned over and new concepts launched across its two premier townships: Greenfield District in Mandaluyong City which is strategically located in the middle of the “Golden Triangle” of Makati, Manila, and Quezon City; and the Greenfield City at Sta. Rosa, Laguna which is widely considered the “Makati of the South.”
The resilient residential and office property uptake show promising prospects for the new Twin Oaks Place and Zitan residential projects, and the Greenfield Tower Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) office building which were recently turned over at the 15-hectare Greenfield District. The newest additions to the master-planned township are set to increase activity, employment, and drive further growth in the area which is already a hotbed of innovative infrastructure.
At Sta. Rosa, Laguna, GDC recently launched new residential landmarks that are now being shaped as integral components of the “city within a park” proposition that is the trademark of 400-hectare Greenfield City. These pioneering green developments called Trava and Zadia are testaments to the developer’s continuing confidence in Sta. Rosa’s potential as a rising business, commercial, and residential hub.
GDC’s newly formed high-end brand Greenfield Deluxe is developing the 31-hectare, ultra-upscale horizontal development called Trava. Spacious parks and landscaped greeneries are primary features of the project, together with its two-storey green houses. Zadia, on the other hand, is a 35,000-square meter midrise vertical development comprised of five buildings that rise only up to 10 floors each. Exclusive countryside living at a low density condominium setting will encapsulate the “greenspiration” concept at Zadia.
Breaking new records in project development is only the beginning of more progressive and fruitful years for GDC, as the veteran property developer is poised to allot P10 billion for new developments in 2019.
“Our infrastructure investments are testaments to Greenfield’s optimism for the Philippine property sector. Real estate in the country has great potential, and we’re working to explore and develop this potential with a future-proof development vision, innovation, and respect for the environment,” noted Santos.
More information on Greenfield Development Corp. is available at www.greenfield.com.ph.