Recognizing north’s potential, Sta. Lucia strengthens presence
Spreading development from the capital to other parts of the country has long been a formidable challenge for leaders over the decades.
Past administrations have rolled out various plans that would enable communities outside Metro Manila to rise up to this challenge to lift the quality of lives of their citizens. And this current leadership is no different as it pushes for decentralization and implements its “Build, Build, Build” initiative, an infrastructure program meant to further improve accessibility, generate jobs and boost economic activities in more areas across the country.
Offering a hand in partnership is the Sta. Lucia Group which continues its passionate commitment of fulfilling the dreams of the Filipino people to own a home. The group boasts of an impressive oeuvre of over 220 residential, hotel, resort, commercial, leisure and retail projects scattered across 15 provinces in 10 regions.
Keen to further contribute to nation-building, Sta. Lucia Land Inc., in particular, sees the current administration’s programs as a chance to participate. As the government pushes for decentralization, Sta. Lucia continues to expand in the provinces, helping generate fresh jobs and boost economic activities in previously untapped locations.
Take the case of Central and Northern Luzon, where the company offers options in areas where the government attempts to increase economic activity.
To accomplish its goals in the area, the government earlier launched infrastructure projects including the Clark International Airport Expansion, which will accommodate 8 million passengers annually; the NLEx Harbor Link improving movement between North Luzon Expressway and Radial Road 10; MRT-7 connecting Bulacan to Quezon City; Urdaneta City Bypass Road connecting Ilocandia and Central Luzon; and New Clark City, seen as a mecca for economic growth north of Manila.
Also present in those areas are developments by Sta. Lucia Land. In Pampanga, it has Beverly Place Residences and Business Estates in Mexico town, just a two-hour drive from Manila and near Clark economic zone and airport. One of Sta. Lucia Land’s projects farther north is a mixed-use development called Woodside Garden Village, located in Urdaneta, Pangasinan. Dotted with pocket parks, this masterplanned project offers the finest clubhouse development in the province.
These projects are only part of a greater portfolio that stands testament to Sta. Lucia Land’s efforts to complement government initiatives. In areas north of Manila alone, the trusted developer also has projects from Bulacan in Central Luzon up to Pangasinan in Ilocos Region and Benguet in the Cordillera, varying from residential areas to leisure and commercial spaces.
With all of these, Sta. Lucia Land seeks to help Filipinos reach their dreams and contribute to nation-building.