The construction of the Bataan-Cavite Interlink Bridge is expected to speed up travel—from five hours down to just 40 minutes—between Bataan and Cavite.
The enormous savings in time spell convenience for those engaged in business and trade in the region and ensure sustained economic growth for both provinces.
Bataan and Cavite are known for their robust economic growth, given the industrial and economic zones in the two provinces.
Bataan established the first economic zone in the Philippines in 1972, while Cavite is home to multiple industrial companies.
Real estate developer Bria Homes finds itself in the right place at the right time with strategically located housing projects in both provinces that benefit local residents and migrant workers. Bria presents the most attractive options to prospective homeowners—its wholesome residential communities in Bataan and Cavite.
Located near bustling economic centers, these property developments are envisioned to offer a modern, safe and secure environment to Filipinos looking for an idyllic provincial lifestyle while staying close to the heart of the action.
Comfort, style and functionality at value-for-money prices define Bria’s quality homes of choice. These come with an array of amenities such as multipurpose halls for social gatherings, covered basketball courts for sports enthusiasts, open green spaces for leisurely strolls and playgrounds for young children.
The thriving communities are secured by perimeter walls, guarded entrances, 24/7 CCTV coverage and solar lights. Residents and homeowners are assured of a competent property management team, reliable internet connectivity and digital payment options.
The Bataan-Cavite Interlink Bridge creates exciting possibilities for residents of the two provinces.
Bria Homes division head Eduardo Aguilar is confident that the sustained infrastructure growth bodes well for other Bria housing developments in the country.
“We are encouraging aspiring Filipino homeowners to set down roots, raise their families, retire or invest in Bria Homes,” he said.