Landco Pacific Corporation, a subsidiary of Metro Pacific Corporation, has launched two leisure tourism estates in Batangas which are expected to generate up to 6.2 billion pesos in sales.
The company introduced Club Laiya Seaside and Calatagan South Beach (CaSoBē) in Batangas – its newest Leisure Tourism (LTE) estates which are planned developments offering mixed-use residential and commercial land located in tourist destinations.
Landco President and CEO Erickson Y. Manzano said Club Laiya Seaside has a sales value of 2.9 billion pesos while CaSoBe has a total sales value of 3.3 billion pesos.
The 24 hectare Club Laiya is located in Laiya, San Juan Batangas. This is a planned estate that offers a life of leisure in a resort community showcasing wide open spaces and beautiful walks, with parks and commercial landscapes.
Located in Calatagan, Batangas is the 15-acre CaSoBē that offers a more relaxed resort lifestyle in an intimate setting and complements the rich heritage of its location by providing relaxation and entertainment attractions already in operation or soon to be operational to serve local residents. residents and the tourist market.
“With a heritage of upscale and exclusive real estate development spanning over 30 years, Landco is revolutionizing the concept of real estate ownership for Filipinos with its latest beachfront projects,” said Manzano.
He added that “These LTEs serve as tourist and lifestyle destinations in a community setting. Its various resort amenities make it an attractive weekend getaway, a work from a resort option, and a venue for events and conferences.
Manzano noted that “Investors have the option of owning high-end properties that can serve as residences, either as a dream beach house or second home, or as a commercial structure for a resort business, or a mix of both. the thriving destination of Batangas. “
Both of these projects under Landco BeachTowns are easily accessible within a two to three hour drive of Metro Manila and are minutes from local facilities: hospital, public market, pharmacy, school, chapel, and sights.
As premium tourism estates, Club Laiya and CaSoBē aim to be both Edge and LEED certified. Ecological conservation projects, particularly the conservation of marine life and sea turtles, are in place at both developments.
“Staying connected, whether for business or leisure, is easy in these high-end areas which are built with an infrastructure equipped with technology,” said Manzano.
He added that these projects are investments for the future that are thriving in the booming tourist market of Batangas.
“Property owners have the advantage of benefiting from the expected increase in the market value of their investment, as demonstrated by Landco’s recent project in Punta Fuego, Batangas,” said Manzano.
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