By JAMES A. LOYOLA
Township developer Megaworld Corporation is launching the ₱1.4-billion La Cassia Residences, its second residential development inside the 140-hectare Maple Grove township in General Trias, Cavite.
The 16-story project will offer 238 units in eight varied layouts, which include four types of studio units: Studio (up to 27.5 square meters); studio with balcony (up to 29.5 square meters); studio with lanai (up to 32 square meters); and studio garden with balcony (up to 33 square meters).
It will also have bigger layouts: One bedroom (up to 40 square meters); one bedroom with lanai (up to 49.5 square meters); two bedrooms (up to 79.5 square meters); and two-bedroom garden with balcony (up to 88 square meters).
To be located within the township’s Maple Grove Commercial District, a 35-hectare “Makati-inspired” business district that sold prime commercial lots to companies and businesses, La Cassia Residences will feature sky gardens at the tower’s 14th level and at the roof deck.
Megaworld said this new residential project is due for completion in 2025.
“Inspired by nature’s grand design, La Cassia Residences will not only offer complete lifestyle experience for its residents but also a prime address surrounded by natural foliage while introducing the beauty of the outdoors into each home,” said Megaworld First Vice President for Sales and Marketing Eugene Em Lozano.
La Cassia Residences will be strategically located in front of a green park.
It will feature amenities that include a swimming pool with pool deck, function hall, fitness center, outdoor fitness facilities, daycare center, and a walkway area.
“There is a growing demand for residential condominiums in this part of Cavite especially among the next-generation Caviteños who are excited to see the next phase of Cavite and experience a more dynamic lifestyle,” added Lozano.
In 2017, Megaworld launched the Maple Grove Commercial District, in which 363 commercial lots were sold out in just less than a year.
This district will be surrounded by seven green and open parks, including an expansive “Central Park.”