Megaworld Corp., a leading township developer, is launching its first residential development within the 140-hectare Maple Grove township in General Trias, Cavite, which is expected to generate P700 million in sales.
Megaworld said in a statement the 10-story The Verdin at Maple Grove would offer 140 residential units ranging from studio of up to 32 square meters, one-bedroom of up to 51 square meters, and two-bedroom of up to 79 square meters.
It will also have two levels of podium parking and a retail row at the ground level, providing convenient access to residents.
“Maple Grove will become a sanctuary of urban countryside and sustainable lifestyle. A huge part of the masterplan will be Makati-inspired where green parks and interconnected streets are surrounded by malls, office buildings and residential towers. The Verdin at Maple Grove will be at the center of it all,” said Megaworld vice president for sales and marketing Rachelle Peñaflorida.
Located along the township’s main six-lane avenue, the residential tower will be highlighted by its own ‘Sustainability Wall’ in the main lobby, solar-powered outlets in various parts of the outdoor amenity deck, use of recycled and indigenous materials for the pool deck and children’s playground equipment, and the use of energy-generating equipment and machines in the outdoor fitness area.
The project is set to be completed in 2023
Megaworld last year announced it was building a 35-hectare ‘Makati-inspired’ business district within the 140-hectare township, offering 363 ‘prime lots,’ where companies and businesses can construct their own buildings and towers.
The Maple Grove Commercial District to date is almost sold out. It will be surrounded by seven green and open parks, including an expansive ‘Central Park’ that will serve as the district’s ‘green jewel.’
Aside from the commercial district, residential properties and green parks around the development, Maple Grove will soon have its own lifestyle mall, commercial centers and office towers.
The township is easily accessible through the Coastal Road and CAVITEX, with an estimated travel time of just 30 to 45 minutes from the Makati CBD and Fort Bonifacio.