A leisure development argues investing in real estate remains an ideal option even in times of uncertainty.
“At this point when the global pandemic still has everyone in its grip, it is incredibly tough to manage and protect one’s wealth as capital flows and business acquisitions are expected to remain volatile,” SM’s Tagaytay Highlands said in a statement.
“While few business opportunities are still fluid, there is nothing like a disruptive crisis to prove that Tagaytay Highlands remains a rational asset one can have for keeps.”
According to research on trends and insights citing the pandemic’s impact on global real estate, the property industry offers good risk-adjusted returns compared to other asset classes despite various downturns.
Potential investors are seeing this in Tagaytay Highlands, a premier leisure development that continues to build themed residential communities. In its 25th year of upholding its premium standing in the real estate industry, the development launches new projects, improvements in facilities and amenities, and the expansion of its existing portfolio.
Purchasing a leisure home in Tagaytay Highlands means acquiring access to its prime location and contemporary facilities. With approximately 1,200 hectares of land area, Tagaytay Highlands said the property remains to be the only mountain resort of its kind and scale, covering the provinces of Cavite, Laguna, and Batangas. At 2,000 feet above sea level, it offers panoramic views of Taal Lake, Mt. Makiling, Canlubang Valley, and Laguna de Bay.
The development’s gated and themed residential enclaves are designed to achieve a balance between the majestic natural environment and man-made conveniences. These communities are primed for expansion, making them foremost choices for investment.
For instance, Horizon Terraces recently launched Westchase, its latest expansion. A project that features modern Asian-themed garden suites, Westchase comes with shared access to Horizon Terraces’ amenities—a lush Central Garden, swimming pools, a playground, therapeutic walkways, private nooks, and terraced gardens.
In the pipeline is the completion of Horizon Terraces’ Garden Villas, a three-level townhouse development in the Midlands enclave. Its first cluster continues to undergo fast-track architectural and structural works.
Meanwhile, The Grove at Plantation Hills shines as a leisure, residential and eco-farming concept-in-one. It offers orchard and garden lots ideal for growing fruit trees, herbs, and vegetables in the comforts of one’s own backyard.
In addition, Tagaytay Highlands is on an intensive drive to innovate for its customers.
It recently reconditioned its Swiss-engineered cable cars and funicular train transport system, which remain unique to the complex to this day. Recreational facilities and beverage outlets such as Peak Bar, Tagaytay Highlands Gold Club, The Country Club, and The Sports Center have also undergone renovation to improve its services to its residents, members, and guests.
For a better Tagaytay Highlands experience, the development has likewise expanded its dining options. Its well-loved restaurants now include Concha’s Garden Café, Amare La Cucina, Lime and Basil, Gourmet Farms, Kaya Korean Restaurant, Brera Delicatessen, and Aozora Japanese Café + Bistro, while Highlander Steakhouse, Highlands China Palace, and The Great Room of The Spa and Lodge remain to be culinary hot spots.
The leisure destination continues to enact measures to keep the community safe and healthy during the ongoing pandemic—such as creating a COVID-19 task force, routine cleaning and disinfection, protection for club frontliners, regulated operation of facilities as per government-mandated guidelines, and ongoing clean-up efforts in the wake of the recent Taal calamity.
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