Perhaps the biggest dilemma people encounter when choosing where to live is picking between the peace and quiet in a suburban neighborhood, and the convenience and connectivity in a huge metropolis. Modern homebuyers aspire to have the best of both worlds. For people in the South, however, this ‘utopian’ lifestyle isn’t a far-fetched idea. It’s a reality they live.
Dwellers at the self-sustaining community Greenfield City experience both the idyllic vibe of the countryside, as well as the modern, fast-paced feel of the urban jungle. Take a look at the reasons Greenfield City attracts homebuyers and entrepreneurs who have a taste for sophistication:
Its residential enclaves exude affluence.
Greenfield City’s residential enclaves are known for their sophisticated designs. Trava, in particular, an eco-friendly, sustainability-oriented project of Greenfield Deluxe, boasts of expansive lots at 550 to 750 square meters and will include modern amenities, such as recreation rooms, a children’s pavilion, function rooms, detention pond, and a lot more. Wide roads are lined with trees and furnished with dedicated bike lanes.
The fitness-conscious will consider the community a haven, given the amenities planned to enable an active lifestyle. You can practice lap swimming at the pool, go to Zumba classes in the mornings at the dance studio, play tennis and basketball in the courts, even do yoga at the vast, green spaces all throughout the village.
It’s a progressive commercial hub.
Greenfield City has its own business district. Aptly called the “business address of the new growth center,” Sta. Rosa Business Park features high-tech communication infrastructure and security. It presently houses The Medical City-South Luzon, Fortmed Medical Clinic, Paseo Premiere Hotel, and Brain Train Review Center. It has two phases, the first one spanning 11 hectares, while the second covers nine hectares.
Soon, more schools and offices, especially BPO companies, are going to move into the area, as infrastructure projects in the South make it easy for people to reach the city. At the same time, the rise of high-end residential developments near the area, like Trava, makes Sta. Rosa Business Park a business hotspot for entrepreneurs who are looking to live in the luxury village.
It’s retail therapy right at your doorstep.
While Greenfield City boasts of the calm, nature-inspired suburban vibe in its residential enclaves, you’ll feel its air of modernity when you step outside your home and go to their ‘play spaces’ aka shopping centers. Paseo Outlets houses over 100 premium brands, ranging from clothes, shoes, and bags down to furniture and even bikes.
Beside Paseo, there’s Arcadia, a mall where you can find lots of restaurants, a boutique gym for women, and a fashion school. But if you feel like you can’t get enough of retail therapy in these, then go to Laguna Central, where you’ll find the Converse Factory Store and the Adidas Outlet Store.
It’s highly accessible.
All roads seem to lead to the South, as infrastructure developments are booming in this side of Luzon. There’s the Skyway extension, stretching all the way to Susana Heights/Muntinlupa Cavite Expressway (MCX). Projected to increase vehicle capacity by 4,500 per hour along the northbound lanes and 3,000 along southbound, this is expected to bring more people to Greenfield City.
There’s also the Cavite-Laguna Expressway (CALAX), which is expected to serve approximately 10,000 vehicles a day. According to officials from the Department of Public Works and Highways, the long stretch of Mampalasan in Biñan town to Sta. Rosa-Tagaytay Road will hopefully reduce travel time from 45 minutes to a mere 10 minutes. If you’re looking for a home or an investment that’s highly accessible, connected to key locations in the South, then it’s worth considering properties in Greenfield City.
The Greenfield City Life
Greenfield City offers the best of both worlds: the calmness of a suburban home in Trava and the proximity to the modern metro. See the lush greenery and wide, open spaces everywhere. Explore the possibility of living the best of both worlds, the Trava way.