Yume at Riverpark: Living here is a (Japanese) dream come true

Filipinos have often sought inspiration from Japan, mirroring the Japanese aesthetic in their lifestyle — Zen influences in living spaces, minimalism in bedrooms, and the choice of simple yet functional furniture that maximizes space efficiency.

Now, the dream of residing in a Japanese-inspired horizontal residential development comes true in Yume at Riverpark, located in General Trias, Cavite. With this new community, there’s no need to venture beyond our borders for an authentic Japanese elevated living experience for you and your family.

Yume at Riverpark embodies the pinnacle of Japanese living in the country. This is the first horizontal residential project of Federal Land NRE Global Inc. (FNG), a joint venture between Federal Land Inc. and Nomura Real Estate Development Co., Ltd. — real estate giants renowned for transforming landscapes in the Philippines and Japan, respectively.

"FNG, formed in the spirit of equal partnership and respect between the Philippines and Japan, is evident in Yume at Riverpark. A genuine Japanese-inspired community rising in Cavite requires a developer with experience and expertise in both countries," said Yusuke Hirano, Vice Chairman of FNG.

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Artist's perspective of the drop off area of Yume at Riverpark. 

Accessibility and convenience

Yume is located within the visionary Riverpark, dubbed a “next-gen city.” Riverpark is a 600-hectare township by Federal Land Communities which offers a diverse range of residential, commercial, institutional, and office spaces.

Living in Yume at Riverpark has the accessibility advantage. For one, Riverpark is a highly accessible future city connected to major Metro Manila CBDs such as Makati and BGC.

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Yume at Riverpark, an FNG horizontal development in General Trias, Cavite.

Riverpark is 50 minutes away from the airports via NAIAX and CAVITEX; it is an hour away from the Mall of Asia via CAVITEX, and also an hour away from Makati CBD via Skyway and MCX. Add to that, the estate is 40 minutes away from Alabang via Daang Hari Road. With these road networks, Yume at Riverpark residents will have easy access to the metropolis, office buildings, educational institutions, medical facilities, and leisure centers.  

What’s beneficial is the fact that there are a host of upcoming infrastructure projects that are currently being built or soon-to-be-built in the coming months surrounding Riverpark. Among these are the Cavite-Laguna Expressway (CALAX), the LRT Line-1 Extension, the LRT Line-6A Cavite Extension, the Cavite-Tagaytay-Batangas Expressway (CTBEX), the Bataan-Cavite Interlink Bridge, and the Sangley Point International Airport.

“All these infrastructure projects will not only boost the viability of working inside Riverpark, but also living inside its residential communities, prime among them is Yume at Riverpark,” said Hirano. “It will not only promise to elevate the lifestyle of residents but will provide utmost accessibility, also making this property a viable investment option.”

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Yume at Riverpark main gate

Refreshing design and amenities

Yume, translating to "dream or vision" in Japanese, represents the epitome of “freshness” across its 18 hectares. Since this is a sprawling horizontal residential enclave within Riverpark, Yume at Riverpark seamlessly integrates urban conveniences with suburban tranquility, offering 296 lots ranging from 300 to 527 sq.m.

"As FNG's inaugural project in Cavite, Yume at Riverpark aims to be a unique Japanese-inspired nurturing neighborhood that offers the perfect setting for families to grow and thrive," said Hirano.

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Pocket park

Since Yume at Riverpark is a fusion of Filipino creativity and Japanese expertise, it will prioritize community building. For one, its land layout allows residents to get to know their neighbors, and encourages them to forge new friendships.

Part of the Japanese sensibility is that the community is simple and easy to navigate, while at the same time, promoting walkable and safe streets for residents to walk. They will also feel safe and protected at all times with the 24/7 security and CCTV.


Reflecting Japanese design principles, Yume at Riverpark incorporates parks and open spaces near village amenities.

Part of Yume at Riverpark’s advantage is its adherence to preserving nature’s legacy.  

“We ensure that we are respecting the natural heritage of the site. We have made a conscious effort to retain some of the existing old and majestic trees. These grand trees will remain on-site, adding to the character of the development and providing a reminder of the land's history,” said Hirano.

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Swimming pool

Residents can expect to enjoy “refreshing” amenities. Indoor amenities include a Clubhouse, Lounge, Function Hall, Multipurpose Hall, Wellness Spa (with Jacuzzi and Sauna). On the other hand, outdoor amenities include a Swimming Pool, Pocket Parks, Outdoor Fitness Area, Multipurpose Court, Open Lawn, and Japanese Gardens.
With its genuinely Japanese design and the thriving possibilities of Riverpark, Yume at Riverpark proves to be the dream project that introduces FNG to the Philippine market.

For more information on Yume at Riverpark and FNG, visit www.fng.ph or follow their social media at https://www.facebook.com/FederalLandNREGlobalPH.