AMID the challenges brought about by the pandemic and the onslaught of Typhoon Odette (Rai), Cebu-based Priland Development Corp. commits to increase its real estate footprint in Cebu.
The company already started the construction of its one-hectare residential Breeza Scapes development in Mactan following its groundbreaking activity in December.
“Priland believes that the need for quality living areas here in Cebu is growing by the day. Our construction activities are in full swing so that we can complete our projects and give Filipinos the homes they deserve,” said Priland president Ramon Carlo Yap.
Last year, Priland broke ground on multiple projects including Paseo Grove and Vertex Central, both vertical projects in Metro Cebu. It also launched its first foray into the economic housing segment in partnership with Ambaco Realty.
Breeza Scapes is set to be completed in December 2023. It will have 50 housing units along Locata Road in Looc, Lapu-Lapu City.
The project features single attached and duplex houses with floor area ranging from 133 to 157 square meters. Units are priced at P6 million to P9 million.
On top of open spaces and a carefully designed urban plan, the project also offers amenities exclusive for its residents such as a clubhouse and a pool.
“Breeza Scapes provides a safe, secure and comfortable home in one of Cebu’s highly urbanized cities. Homeowners do not only own a house, but they also get to live in a well-planned community where families can grow and individuals can thrive,” Yap added.
Besides a carefully planned community, Priland also offers its homeowners amenities like air conditioning, telephone, cable line, LPG, and range hood, supporting ease of connectivity and convenience.
It also offers homeowners flexible payment terms.
NEW PROJECT. From left, architect Mark Anthony Inario, Priland Development Corp.’s planning and design manager; engineer Arturo Flores, technical manager; engineer Roy Vincent Lumayag, vice president for technical; Ramon Carlo Yap, president; Marcelino Relampagos, chief operating officer; Dudes Tuanquin, vice president for sales and marketing; and Irvin Paul Pastoriza, sales manager, during the groundbreaking ceremony of Breeza Scapes in Mactan in December 2021. / PRILAND
January 11, 2022
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