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Everything in one place: AboitizLand’s new industry city in the south

Lima estate aerial conceptual image.

ABOITIZLAND shakes up real estate in the south with the completion of its industry city, Lima.

The 607-hectare fully-integrated township has more than 80 businesses in its industrial sector, over 60 retailers in the commercial space, and three enclaves in The Villages at Lipa.

In total, the real estate arm of the Aboitiz Group has poured in P7 billion worth of investments to complete the estate.

“The south’s economic boom encouraged us to develop Lima. This is the next big thing, creating a complete experience where residents can work, live, and play in one spot,” said David Rafael, AboitizLand president and chief executive officer.

“Batangas is a swiftly-growing province and we want to invest in a location that can offer an elevated lifestyle,” he added.

The Villages at Lipa is a 49-hectare residential area with over 1,350 houses inspired by the iconic Filipino bahay na bato. Currently open to the market are two villages: Brook, with 50m² townhouses and 100m² single attached homes, and Sierra, with 115m² townhouses, and single attached and single detached properties ranging from 132m² to 150m².

Both villages are equipped with clubhouses, swimming pools, parks, and greenbelts to foster community interactions. For added security and privacy, they have fully-manned guardhouses operating 24 hours a day. Brook Village has a plaza and a court, while Sierra Village has an additional multipurpose hall and function rooms.

The township is also home to the Lima Industrial Park, the number one selling and largest industrial property in the region. Residents can live just minutes away from their office as the 533-hectare area can accommodate over 50,000 people. This furthers fuels the province’s economic activity as the property houses more businesses and helps increase local employment.

Rounding out Lima is The Outlets at Lipa, the Philippines’ largest outlet mall. The commercial zone boasts over 60 top retail and F&B brands in its 9.3-hectare space. It is set amid an open area with pocket parks, al fresco dining, and an olympic-sized multi-sport field. This will be complemented by Lima Exchange, a one-stop location featuring a department store, a supermarket, a drugstore, and more retail stores.

Soon, developments such as business process outsourcing firms, dormitories, schools, hospitals, and churches are expected to liven up the township and give growing Filipino families a holistic city experience.

Families who choose to plant roots can enjoy a neighborhood where they can do it all. Lima is only an hour away from Alabang and Makati, and is accessible via multiple routes, including the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX), the Southern Tagalog Arterial Road (Star) Tollway, and the Batangas Port. The location, amenities, and services make Lima an excellent investment for those living in Batangas and Metro Manila.

“All of these are part of our plan to acquire and develop more land across the country and ultimately offer more Filipinos improved quality of living,” Rafael added.

Sierra Village property prices range from P4.5 million to P7.1 million for houses and lots, and lot prices start at P3.1 million. Brook Village houses and lots are from P2.7 million to P3.6 million, while lots go for as low as P1.5 million.

For inquiries, visit facebook.com/ajoyaofficial. (PR)


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