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Greenfield bares progressive plans for Sta. Rosa township towards 2020

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Jan. 02, 19 | 12:22 pm

Greenfield Development Corporation has expressed its plans to focus on project completion leading to the rise of more residential projects in Santa Rosa City in Laguna by the year 2020 as a response to the growing demand of the market.

The property development unit of the Campos Group’s EVP and General Manager Atty. Duane A.X. Santos stated that businesses will drive the economy and further growth of Santa Rosa City. “Santa Rosa has indeed gone a long way from being a former agricultural center in Laguna,” he said.

In addition, Santos said that the master-planned township in Sta. Rosa, Greenfield City, is instrumental for the progession of urbanization of Santa Rosa City which at present, hosts industrial zones, business parks, as well as residential areas which all give the local economy of the city that much needed boost.

One of its newest projects, Trava, is a 33-hectare upscale community under the Greenfield Deluxe brand. Trava aims to address the needs of buyers who want to experience a luxurious way of living within the suburban areas. The high end subdivision allots almost half of its land area to verdant, open spaces. Greenfield will reportedly build a total of 315 housing units in Trava.

Santos added that Trava will promote a healthy lifestyle, allocating 45 percent to open spaces while integrating tree-lined roads, dedicated bike lanes and jogging paths, fully underground utilities, and solar-powered areas in the clubhouse. Greenfield has also tapped the architectural firm of Leandro Locsin Jr. for the designs of the amenities.

Aside from Trava, Greenfield is also developing Zadia, its mid-rise condominium project for the upper middle market.

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