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Leading housing developer BRIA Homes to hold Virtual Nationwide PlanTahanan Day

Leading property developer BRIA Homes, the brand that fosters sustainable living among its residents and homeowners, is mounting a nationwide virtual event called Virtual Nationwide PlanTahanan Day on June 30, 2021, at 10 a.m., on the BRIA Homes official Facebook Page. 

Top housing developer BRIA Homes is set to hold a nationwide event called the Virtual Nationwide PlanTahanan Day on June 30, 2021, at 10 a.m., on BRIA’s official Facebook page.
BRIA’s annual PlanTahanan Day initiative aims to promote a positive environmental impact through the following themes: sustainability, relevance of wide open spaces, and the benefits of trees.  

Sustainability, which basically means managing our natural resources to ensure a healthy environment for future generations, is a recurring subject in all discussions about environmental awareness. On PlanTahanan Day, BRIA will enable participants at the virtual event to explore everyday habits that reduce their ecological footprints such as reusing and recycling, supporting local economies, eliminating plastic wastes, planting tress, and using mass transit—instead of driving—to nearby destinations. 

The event will also highlight how wide open spaces at BRIA communities spur residents to pursue a healthy active lifestyle by walking, biking, and playing outdoors. To support such eco-friendly activities, BRIA created Sentro, the center of convergence in all its communities. The amenity hub houses the multi-function hall, family park and playground, and BRIA’s newest facility: the community center. All essential services that residents need are in Sentro—a Health Center, a Day Care Center, a Senior Citizen Center, and a Barangay Center.

According to Red Rosales, President of BRIA Homes, “BRIA Sentro not only fosters a strong community spirit but also provides a wholesome and serene setting for families to get together and bond, to savor some fresh air, and to lead healthier lives.”

Finally, BRIA Homes’ Virtual Nationwide PlanTahanan Day will stress on the importance of planting and nurturing trees that are in abundance in BRIA developments. 

BRIA’s PlanTahanan Day seeks to promote environmental awareness through the following themes: sustainability, relevance of wide open spaces, and the benefits of trees.  
“We want to remind Filipinos of the amazing benefits of trees—how they generate oxygen, lessen greenhouse gases, reduce air and water pollution, prevent flood damage, provide natural habitats for animals, and offer generous shade that contribute to the comforts of living in a safe and clean environment,” Rosales says. 

Complementing all these environmentally friendly features is BRIA Homes’ strategic location. With all of its developments situated close to key destinations such as banks, groceries, schools, and hospitals, BRIA homeowners save on time and fuel consumption in getting around. 

Its communities have adapted to the digital space as well. Reliable internet service allows residents to engage in remote work and online schooling. BRIA likewise enables digital transactions for local and international bills through its partner banks such as Maybank, BDO, Unionbank, PNB, Security Bank, RCBC, and Metrobank. Residents can also use e-wallets such as All Easy, GCash, and PayMaya to remit their payments.

As Filipinos’ home of choice, BRIA Homes follows a reliable formula—Affordability (Mura) + Quality (Dekalidad) = A Beautiful BRIA Home for Every Filipino. 

Interested homebuyers can head to BRIA’s website for 360 virtual tours, or inquire online through the BRIA Facebook page. Prospective homeowners can also reserve a property online via BRIA’s online reservation page.

Topics: BRIA Homes , Virtual Nationwide PlanTahanan Day , Red Rosales
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