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Infra projects seen to boost housing demand outside NCR

One of the vital goals that the national government deemed as priority is the completion of major infrastructures around the country. 

Infra projects seen to boost housing demand outside NCR
New infrastructure products are expected to allow Bria residents to live their best lives and get them to the heart of the action with greater ease.
Key government agencies such as the Department of Public Works and Highways, Department of Transportation, and Bases Conversion and Development Authority have been collaborating on “Build, Build, Build” projects.

Such projects seek to improve the lives of Filipinos all over the country by making travel between provinces and islands easier and faster. In terms of broader benefits. Infrastructure projects are also expected to help in swift economic recovery once the pandemic is over. 

As more projects are accomplished, there will be a higher demand for residential spaces outside Metro Manila. Fortunately, Bria Homes’ strategically located communities and high-quality yet affordable house and lots means that there are multiple housing developments that are ready to meet the demand.

One housing development that is primed to welcome new home buyers is Bria Homes in Mariveles, Bataan. Mariveles will soon become a sought-after location for new residents as it is the starting point of the upcoming Bataan-Cavite Interlink Bridge that connects Mariveles to Naic, Cavite.

Another significant piece of roadwork being built is the Alaminos-San Pablo City Bypass Road. The bypass road presents a faster alternative for motorists going to and from Quezon Province and the Bicol region. This makes Bria Homes in Alaminos, Laguna an idyllic residential community for people who have interests in those provinces.

The Metro Rail Transit Line 7 will also be a vital link between Metro Manila and San Jose del Monte in Bulacan. Residents of Bria San Jose del Monte will soon be able to take the MRT 7 in their daily commute to and from the metro.

Toll Road 4 on SLEX will also grant motorists and other travelers faster access to Bria housing developments in Laguna and Bicol. TR4 is expected to reduce travel time from Manila to these provinces by as much as three hours, making relocation to these places more viable even for those working in the city.

Finally, the recently opened Metro Manila Skyway Stage 3, which links Buendia in Makati City to NLEX in Balintawak, Quezon City, has traffic-weary motorists and the riding public extolling the fast and smooth ride between the two points in the bustling metropolis. 

Skyway Stage 3 has reduced travel time from the southern suburbs to NLEX, the gateway to the north. This means that residents of Bria Plaridel (in Bulacan) and Bria Magalang (in Pampanga) will enjoy a faster and easier commute to major economic centers in Manila.

Other infra projects such as the LRT-2 extension will benefit Bria residents in Rizal, while the North Luzon Expressway Harbor Link, the NLEX-SLEX Connector, the Cavite-Laguna Expressway, the R-1 Bridge Project, Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway Project, and the Subic Freeport Expressway Project will benefit Bria communities in Luzon.

With multiple residential developments in Central and Northern Luzon, Bria Homes stands to gain the most from the shorter travel time to be engendered by all these projects.

Buoyed by the rapidly progressing infra developments, Red Rosales, president of Bria Homes, looks forward to the day when all these roadworks are completed.

“Bringing them closer to their workplaces—and other points they frequent—allows them to live their best lives and gets them to the heart of the action with greater ease,” said Rosales. “We’re positive that more aspiring homeowners will realize the advantages of settling down in our affordable Bria communities throughout the country.”

Topics: infrastructures , “Build , Build , Build” projects , Bria Homes
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