Residential and commercial projects are set to begin development in Batangas, Tarlac, and Nueva Ecija
Davao has seen big growth in everything—in industry, commercial, residential, and retail. It’s also an emerging BPO hub.
–Andoni F. Aboitiz, AboitizLand President and CEO
AboitizLand is capitalizing on strong demand for residential and commercial communities across the country, particularly in Luzon and Mindanao. The company has lined up residential and commercial projects in Batangas, Tarlac, and Nueva Ecija for 2017 and is actively seeking land to develop in Davao City.
“We saw huge potential in terms of land development in Luzon and we are very keen on becoming a stronger player in the national scene while maintaining our foothold in Cebu,” said Rafael de Mesa, AboitizLand VP for Business Innovation.
One of these projects is the Sands Seaside Residences in San Juan, Batangas, a high-end residential community with 800 homes at prices ranging from Php6.5 to 9 million each.
“We are focusing on horizontal developments because there are still huge unmet needs for house and lots,” AboitizLand Vice president for Marketing John Amon said.
Two gated developments in North Luzon—the 13-hectare Ajoya Capas in Tarlac and the 17-hectare Ajoya Cabanatuan in Nueva Ecija—will provide over 2,000 homes in both communities.
In South Luzon, The Outlets at Lipa will soon rise over a 9.3-hectare retail destination in Batangas as well. Once opened, it will offer world-class shopping to Luzon with popular international and local brands in an outdoor setting with sales and discounts all year round.
Davao is also part of AboitizLand’s nationwide expansion program in the next five years.
“Davao has seen big growth in everything—in industry, commercial, residential, and retail. It’s also an emerging BPO hub,” AboitizLand President and CEO Andoni Aboitiz said, explaining the company’s interest the southern Mindanao city as its next development site.
While AboitizLand is bullish on becoming a stronger player in the national scene, it is committed to keeping its foothold in Cebu and will develop a 400-hectare property in Lilo-an and another 300-hectare property in Balamban.