Author: Din M. Villafuerte – @inquirerdotnet
The eastern side of Metro Manila has seen a continuously booming real estate landscape throughout the years.
Take for example the 1st class municipality of Cainta in the province of Rizal. Property seekers looking for a home has always considered it a logical choice, given its modern suburban charm coupled with its close proximity to Metro Manila.
Major property players such as SM Development Corp., Filinvest and 8990 Holdings Inc. have established their respective residential developments here. Even Ayala has set its foot here with Ayala Malls Feliz.
One property developer with a long-standing presence in Cainta is Sta. Lucia Land Inc. (SLLI).
Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall has been catering to the shopping, dining and entertainment needs of many Rizaleños for 27 years now. The first large-scale shopping mall to rise in Cainta, Sta. Lucia Mall has expanded into a series of interconnected buildings with shops and food choices that cover all market segments.
SLLI provides a wide range of residential options in Cainta as well. East Bel-Air Residences, which stands along the Cainta-Pasig corridor, is a complex comprised of six buildings with only six storeys each. The low density development features units with spacious living spaces.
There’s also Sta. Lucia Residenze, a masterplanned luxurious complex consisting of five towers with a Mediterranean theme. Its residential and full-service condotel units make a viable option for those considering to invest in real estate.
Sta. Lucia Business Center, meanwhile, is SLLI’s answer to the economic growth in the Cainta area as it offers office and retail spaces for lease. The six-storey building has a total of 10,000 sqm of leasable office space.
Standing along Marcos Highway and bounded by the cities of Pasig, Cainta and Marikina, Sta. Lucia Business Center is SLLI’s first foray into the office property market. The venture aims to complement the trusted property developer’s commercial and residential projects.
It may not be your standard CBD, but with its growing population and expanding number of businesses in the area, there’s no doubt that Cainta will remain to be a property hot spot.
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