June David | September 28, 2018
Set to redefine outdoor living, AboitizLand held the ceremonial groundbreaking of the first phase of its 250-hectare sustainable, mountain resort community in Cansomoroy, Balamban, Cebu.
The groundbreaking marked the start of construction for the first of Foressa Mountain Town’s four phases. The first phase, which will take up 51 hectares of the total land area, will have 242 lots, each with an average lot cut of 400 sq. m. From these lots will rise Asian-inspired hillside homes aimed to be completed by the second half of 2020.
Since its launching in April 2017, Foressa Mountain Town’s residential and leisure spaces have attracted nature lovers and those who lead an active and healthy lifestyle to reserve lots for their future second home or vacation residence where their families can create lasting memories together.
It also became popular with adventure-seekers, from novices to extreme hobbyists when it launched Foressa Trails, a mountain adventure park located inside the master-planned community. There are four bike trails with varying lengths and difficulties, as rated by the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA), and three hiking trails for all types of hikers. It has played host to international obstacle races, trail runs and motorbike event since it opened in October 2017.
AboitizLand will also develop Foressa Mountain Town’s other amenities, including a main pavilion, three-tiered pools, and the Foressa Lodge, a hotel component that will offer cabins with two rooms each for visitors who will want to stay the night after a day of adventure.
With rolling terrains, views of the mountains, ocean and neighboring islands, a cool climate, plus more than half of the development to remain untouched as natural open spaces, Foressa Mountain Town is designed to allow its homeowners or vecinos to enjoy the great outdoors and make nature their own playground.
Foressa offers increased sustainability, walkability and connectivity within the community with commercial spaces located near the entrance to provide for the needs of its residents.
A 90-minute drive away from the city through the Transcentral Highway, this residential community allows residents to embrace the great outdoors and take a break from the busy urban life.
Through communities where Filipinos can thrive in and ultimately enhance their lifestyle, AboitizLand continues to live by their purpose of creating better ways to live.