Sta. Lucia land Inc. (SLLI) has announced its new projects to be launched within the remainder of 2010.
The company plans to open projects all over the country, particularly the fast developing areas of Davao, the province of Cavite and Cainta, Rizal.
SLLI will launch South Grove in Davao, Luxurre Residences in Alfonzo Cavite near Tagaytay; Mesilo Residences, and Sugarland Residential Estates located in Trece Martires in Cavite, respectively. The company will also be starting the East Bel-Air Residences in Cainta and expansion developments creating the Sta. Lucia City out of its Sta. Lucia Grand Mall development, also in Cainta.
SLLI president Exequiel D. Robles said, “We are launching these projects before the year ends to answer the needs for quality realty projects of the public in these areas. We received good feedback from our previous projects that we intend to keep on doing what we do best in all our real estate developments.”
SLLI disclosed that South Grove in Davao is a 17-hectare high end residential development joint venture with landowner JS Gaizano, Incorporated.
The French inspired Luxurre Residences in Alfonso, Cavite, on the other hand, is a 10-hectare residential and commercial development which is near other high-end real estate developments such as Splendido Taal Towers and Royal Tagaytay. This newest project is a joint venture with SJ Properties and is just beside the Oratory of the Blessed Virgin Mary at Monte Maria.
Meanwhile, the Mesilo Residences in Dasmariñas, Cavite is a 150-hectare joint venture project with JAKA properties. The project’s phase one, in Mesilo Residences is a 30-hectare Filipino-Contemporary residential development along Aguinaldo highway.
Another Cavite project, Sugarland Residential Estates, this time in Trece Martires is an 80-hectare residential development with an American contemporary style. This is SLLI’s joint venture with Highpoint Property Group.
In the condominium development area, SLLI has lined up two big projects: the East Bel-Air Residences and the, much-awaited Sta. Lucia City, both in Cainta.
East Bel-Air Residences is a six-building mid-rise development with country club along Imelda Avenue in Cainta.
Sta. Lucia City, apparently, is a five-building, one hectare expansion to SLLI’s already vast Sta. Lucia Grand Mall. This phase will include the first two mid-rise condominium buildings of five that are architecturally designed by W.W. Coscoluella.
“SLLI also currently has some projects in the planning stage and we guarantee that the public can look forward to more state-of-the-art realty developments from us that suit their every need and lifestyle,” Robles stated.