Grand Land Cebu Philippines
AS THEY broke ground on their condominium project, officials of Grand Land also launched three of their residential projects in Metro Cebu yesterday. Officials introduced their horizontal residential project called City Homes located in Mactan, Mandaue City and Minglanilla.
Targeted for the middle market families, Grand Land president Ryan Bernard Go said they always consider the accessibility of their locations. He said their projects are easy for commuters because they are located near main roads.
The City Homes Mactan is not far from Mactan Doctor’s Hospital in Basak, Lapu-Lapu City, while the City Homes Mandaue is about 100 meters away from the north highway in Jagobiao. As for the City Homes Minglanilla, it is 200 meters from the south national highway in Tunghaan, across from Tungkop.
Go said that aside from its proximity to main roads, their projects have schools, hospitals, markets and churches within the vicinity. This, he said, shows they take the convenience of their clients into consideration.
The company has set aside P400 million for the three projects.
The Mandaue and Mactan projects are residential townhouses, while the Minglanilla project is composed of residential single-attached Asian-modern homes. The three projects began in the fourth quarter of this year and are expected to be completed in two years.
The Mandaue project sits on a 6,155-square-meter property along J. Alinsug St. The company will construct 72 units of two and three bedroom homes. Units start at P2.1 million with floor areas ranging from 52 to 63 square meters. The project comes with a mini clubhouse, 24-hour security and gated entrance. Sales and marketing head Tina Pesta-Benitez said they have sold 30 percent of the units in this area.
For the Mactan project, they are constructing 82 starter units and 16 family units in the 0.9-hectare-property. The development comes with two gated entrances, a clubhouse, pocket gardens, play area and a commercial area. Units range from 49 to 67 square meters and start at P1.8 million for the starter units.
The largest development is in Minglanilla, which sits in a two-hectare property, each unit having a lot area of at least 100 square meters. The company is offering two-bedroom and four-bedroom units.
Grand Land also held the groundbreaking ceremony for construction of two condominium towers of the Grand Residences yesterday. Go said they have many other projects lined up for 2013, including another condominium project in Lapu-Lapu City and horizontal and vertical projects in Davao. Benitez added that they continue to scout for property that they can develop to cater to all market segments.
Published in the Sun.Star Cebu newspaper on November 28, 2012 by Mia A. Aznar