positioned to be Vista Land’s most expansive Central Business District in the South spanning 1,500 hectares, with over 400 hectares of thriving multi-segment residential clusters and commercial establishments,
In an article published in Philippine Star, Vista Land founder and chairman Manny Villar said that Vista City is envisioned to be one of the top master-planned communities in the country. Vista Land is introducing initial phases of unique developments, making it an integrated urban development that combines Lifestyle Retail, Prime Office Space, University Town, Themed Residential Developments, and Leisure components.
Evia Lifestyle Center is a thriving 5-hectare commercial development is a high-end destination and has become a gathering place for existing residential communities in the area as well as its neighboring cities
Multi-segment Residential Developments
The groundwork for creating this visionary city had long since began with the completed development of three of Vista City’s planned residential estates – Portofino by Brittany, Ponticelli by Crown Asia, and Cerritos by Camella.
Innovative Business District
The Vista Hub is a unique enterprise center that will present an entire district devoted to business and commerce
Fully Integrated Development
University Town is 100 hectares of fully integrated development designed to cater to international universities and campus-like company setting.
State-of-the-art Medical Facilities
Medical Campus is one of the inimitable developments inside Vista City where aspiring medical students can have first-hand immersion in the practice of medical arts and sciences.
Vista City: Vista Land’s most expansive Central Business District in the South
High Investment Yield
A news article published on ABS-CBNnews.com in December 2014 cited an independent study conducted by a research firm Cuervo Far East looking into the properties and developments in the Southern Manila West Growth Area (located in the west side of the South Luzon Expressway) which include parts of Las Piñas and Muntinlupa. According to the study, property values of upscale residential projects could reach at least Php 80,000 per square meter at 10% annual growth and could “jump between Php 100,000 to Php 120,000 at 15% annual growth.” (Garcia, 2014)
Since 2002, the property value in Portofino has grown by more than 300%, growing at an average of 23% per annum. The potential for growth is still high with the opening of the Daang Hari- SLEX link road, and other future master-planned developments within the project, in Vista City, and in areas nearby.
“An expected increase in zonal values in the near term will affect the cost of sales for land which will result in higher asking prices," Cuervo said. The increase in zonal values is seen to be contributed by new developments and infrastructures in the area, one of which is the construction of the link road, besides other projects currently being developed by major players in the real estate industry.
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