mid-range housing developer Empire East Land Holdings Inc. has announced the brisk take-up of the third and fourth expansion
phases of its Laguna BelAir township project in Sta. Rosa, Laguna. Currently home to 2,187 families, Laguna BelAir is the
most successful community development in the Calabarzon.
Today, some 164 families have already moved in to BelAir Drive
in Laguna BelAir III, now fully complete, according to a press statement. Meanwhile, 66 percent of Laguna BelAir IV's 1,091
lots and house-and-lot units have been sold. Empire East expects 5,870 families to settle down in Laguna BelAir once the entire
development has been completed.
The American-inspired, country-style homes of Laguna BelAir
III and IV offer generous space to meet the needs of growing families. Laguna BelAir III features two- and three-bedroom units
with a porch, a carport, a maid's room and an extra toilet and bath. On the other hand, Laguna BelAir IV offers a choice of
two-bedroom bungalows or two-story units with three to four bedrooms. Lot sizes range from 138 to 280 square meters, providing
enough room for a front porch, a carport and a spacious yard ideal for a children's play area or garden.
Residents of Laguna BelAir III and IV can soon enjoy the
utmost in comfort and convenience with separate resort-style recreational amenities such as a landscaped park with children's
playground and a man-made lagoon.
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Apart from village shops located within the township, there
is also a California-inspired commercial center that showcases an array of shopping and leisure options. Retail and service
outlets such as McDonald's, Metrobank, Servitek, 7-11 and Padi's Point restaurant, as well as a variety of specialty shops,
cater to the residents' everyday needs. A day care center provides peace of mind for working parents. An upcoming Petron gas
station will soon offer motoring products and services.
Laguna BelAir also provides quality education for grade school
and high school students with its own math-and-science school accredited by the Department of Education. Nearby are other
top-notch learning institutions including La Salle, Brent, St. Scholastica, Brent and the University of Asia and the Pacific.
next to the Philippines' "Little Detroit" in Sta. Rosa, Laguna, Laguna BelAir is accessible to top ecozones such as Laguna
Technopark, Carmelray Industrial Park and the Light Industry and Science Park and to manufacturing plants of companies such
as Coca-Cola, Ford, Fujitsu, Honda and Procter and Gamble. Within easy reach via the South Luzon Expressway and the Metro
Manila Skyway are workplaces in Alabang and Makati. Also a short drive away are leisure destinations such as Enchanted Kingdom
Source: INQ7.net as of September 2004